Kitchener, Ontario Canada (PressExposure) November 15, 2012 -- Canadian MoneySaver magazine has been a leader at the forefront of financial publications in Canada since 1981. Conflict-free and independent, Canadian MoneySaver's philosophy is that individual investors should take charge of their financial life, as no one else in the industry will care about your money like you do. We teach investors how to investigate investments, how to avoid fees, how to save taxes, how to properly diversify and how to set yourself up properly for a prosperous, long-term investment life.
We have now changed our website to serve our customers better. Our new and updated website now allows our customers to browse all of our articles, monthly editions and contributing editors in a single click. Published 9/yr, our clients can find information on taxes, stocks and bonds, ETFs, retirement planning, Insurance, mutual funds and much more. Read articles from Canada's foremost experts in the Canadian financial industry. Our writers are experts in their respective fields, and offer their wisdom at no additional cost or obligations.
From our advisers, you'll learn how to:
-get the highest return for RRSPs, RRIFs, annuities and pensions;
-boost profits with the best term deposits, GICs, bonds, and income trusts;
-maximize gains on dividend stocks, closed-end funds and global investments;
-use everyday legal advice to save you lots of time and money before visiting a lawyer;
-buy stocks and mutual funds at no load, and other investments at discounts;
-slash your insurance premiums significantly;
-buy, sell and manage real estate profitably;
-cut your taxes to the bone;
-keep more of your money through retirement and estate planning strategies;
-profit from time-tested portfolios such as Dividend Reinvestment Plans (DRIPs),
-buyback stocks, insider trading and Share Purchase Plans (SPPs);
-save money on travel bargains, consumer purchases and everyday services.
Canadian MoneySaver also encourages ShareClubs. You can now find a list of local shareclubs on the Canadian MoneySaver website. You may join any of the listed ShareClubs by contacting your local volunteer. Like-minded members get together to share financial information. You can, too, right in your own neighbourhood. No cost. No obligation. Just an inquiring mind.
The agenda for each group is shared by all group members, i.e. it is not just the responsibility of the contact person. ShareClubs are unlike investment clubs because they are meant to share investing information only.
When ShareClubs are filled, they are delisted. Thus, someone needs to start a new club by volunteering to arrange the first meeting. At this meeting, membership decides on its future direction. Contact MoneySaver and volunteer to start a ShareClub in your area.