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The #1 reason for contributing to an RRSP is to provide you with another source of retirement income. While contributing to your RRSP over your working years, you receive an immediate tax benefit as the contributions are tax deductible. Your retirement savings then grows, tax sheltered within the plan. The result is that when you retire, you have a nest egg to draw on to supplement your other sources of income.

If you have a spousal RRSP, the potential benefit is even greater. You have two plans to build up over your working years and two plans to draw on when retirement comes. In addition, income-splitting strategies during your retirement years minimize your collective tax bill.

Find out more about other uses for your RRSPs:

Home Buyer's Plan

The Home Buyer's Plan allows you to borrow funds from your RRSP to purchase your first home.

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Lifelong Learning Plan

The Lifelong Learning Plan allows you to pay for training or education with RRSP funds


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Emergencies

Your RRSP holdings can be used to cover an emergency situation.

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