When it comes to doing the things you want to do, and buying the things you want to buy, now is always better than later. That’s also true for investing–the sooner you start, the better off you’re likely to be. The problem is that there’s only so much money to go around. So, do you spend your money on a new couch or do you save for your future by starting an investment plan? The answer is simple: do both with RBC RSP-Matic®. It’s a way to invest regularly and still have a life.
It's Easy to Get Started
To open an RSP-Matic® account, choose one of the following options:
- Call 1-800-463-3863, and speak to an investment representative
- Visit your local branch, and speak to an investment representative
- Set-up an RSP-Matic online
Try the RSP-Matic® calculator to see how easy it is to get started.
Invest in the "Future"
If you start 10 years earlier, at just a $1 a day, you'll have gained an addtional $42,145 by the time you reach age 65.
- Start with as little as $30 a month, consistent contributions is the ideal way to get your plan going.
- Making regular contributions over time can help minimize the impact of market fluctuations to your porfolio.
- Use the RSP-Matic®calculator to determine how much you can save and see how quickly it can grow.
- Use your savings for retirement-or for other things like education or your first home.
Live for Today, Save for Tomorrow
Let's explore the immediate benefit of making an RRSP contribution for an individual with $30,000 in taxable income taxed at a typical combined federal and provincial tax rate.
||$ 0 RRSP Contribution
||$ 2,000 RRSP Contribution
|Combined Federal and Provincial Tax
- Contributions are automatic and can come from your chequing or savings account at RBC or from another financial institution.
- Adjust your contribution amount and frequency (even put it on hold) at any time. All it takes is one phone call, or a visit to Online Banking, or to your local RBC Royal Bank® Branch.
- Contributing to an RRSP can help lower your taxable income.
RRSP contributions are tax sheltered, which can leave more money in your pocket. Use our RRSP calculators to learn more.