RRSP 2016 Contribution Deadline:
March 1, 2017
RRSP 2016 Contribution Limit:
18% of your 2016 income (max. $25,370)

Canada's RRSP problem

Inadequate savings

The average Canadian’s retirement savings will last them only 2 years (with average savings of $71,000).1

Low participation

Only 1 in 2 Canadians are participating in Registered Retirement Savings Plans (RRSPs).2

High mutual fund fees

Canada has some of the highest mutual fund fees in the world, which can limit your RRSPs long-term growth.


There is a solution.
Learn how to take advantage of your RRSP and why Questrade, Canada's fastest-growing online brokerage, is the best place to invest.


What exactly is an RRSP?

The RRSP is a dedicated retirement account with special tax advantages. RRSP contributions lower your taxes and the investments you hold grow tax-free until withdrawal.


How does an RRSP work?


Already have an RRSP?

Transfer your RRSP account to Questrade for free

Move a minimum of CAD $25,000 from another financial institution into a new or existing Questrade account and we’ll pay your transfer-out fees up to $150.


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