You just finished school and you are ready to enter the workforce. This can be an exciting, yet a daunting transition in your life. You are probably planning on buying a new car and acquiring your first home, but you also need to pay off your student loans so it’s important to save and invest. AWealth will help you understand how you should prioritize your responsibilities. We will guide you through the financial opportunities to help you meet your obligations.
Did you now that the interest you pay on your student loan is tax deductible? Talk to AWealth about the most tax efficient way to repay your student loans for post-secondary education.
Many people start saving for a down payment later in life. The earlier you start, the sooner you being the process of building equity. Did you know that you can use your RRSPs towards your down payment as a first time home buyer?
*Mutual fund provided by Carte Wealth Management Inc. **Life Insurance products & services provided by Carte Financial Services Inc. and Kabis & Associates Inc. ***Mortgages products & services provided through Dominion Lending Centre Valko Financial Ltd.
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