Best quote of the week:
“Hoping for the best, prepared for the worst, and unsurprised by anything in between.” – Maya Angelou
In the media:
In my most recent TV interview, I talk about supply chain issues, seasonality, and some of the key takeaways from 2021 that investors should carry with them into 2022. I also manage to talk about Napoleon and toilet paper! Watch it here:
Best visual of the week:
If you haven’t maximized your TFSA but have excess cash on hand, you may wish to consider contributing up to your allowable maximum. Here is a great infographic that shows the benefits of compounding within a tax-free environment.
Here is another great visual. This one doesn’t need much explanation from me!
You’re Invited: Ten Themes for 2022
Please join us for a special zoom webinar with Raymond James Chief Investment Officer, Larry Adam.
This presentation details our ten themes for the next investing year, highlighting the key trends and opportunities we see.
Date: January 20, 2022
Time: 10:00 am PT/ 1:00 pm ET
Larry Adam, CFA, CFP
Chief Investment Officer
Raymond James Financial Inc.
Larry Adam joined Raymond James in 2018 from Deutsche Bank, where he held the dual roles of
Chief Investment Officer – Americas, and Global Chief Investment Strategist for Deutsche Bank Wealth Management. Larry’s areas of expertise include investment strategy, asset allocation analysis, portfolio construction, and implementation. Larry has a B.B.A. and a master’s degree in business with a concentration in finance from Loyola University Maryland, where he also serves as an adjunct
professor for international finance.
Contact me to register for the event: email@example.com
Reminder: TFSA and RRSP contributions
Tax-Free Savings Accounts
· Annual contribution limit for 2022 is $6,000, and the cumulative total is $81,500.
· Investment income generated within a TFSA is not taxable.
· No deadline for contributions.
Registered Retirement Savings Plans
· Check your notice of assessment from CRA to find out your contribution limit.
· Contribution limit is equal to 18% of earned income in the previous year minus an individual’s pension adjustment, up to an annual limit.
· Maximum contribution for 2021 is $27,830, assuming no prior year carry-forward room exists.
· Deadline for contributions is March 1, 2022.
Beyond the markets:
A new US quarter featuring the late Maya Angelou went into circulation, making her the first Black woman ever to appear on the coin.
Most people know Maya Angelou for her amazing poems and civil rights activism, but she was also an accomplished actor, singer, songwriter, dancer, playwright, historian, and teacher. Here are some other interesting facts about her:
· Maya’s older brother, Bailey Jr., nicknamed her “Maya,” meaning “my sister.”
· She was fluent in six languages: English, French, Spanish, Italian, Arabic and West African Fanti.
· During her young adulthood, Angelou became the first Black woman to work as a streetcar conductor in San Francisco.
· She was the first African-American female member of the Directors Guild of America.
· Angelou won three Grammy awards.
· Although Angelou stood 6 feet tall, she managed to carve out a career as a dancer as a young woman. She even danced with the likes of Alvin Ailey.
· Angelou was nominated for a Tony Award for her performance in “Look Away” (1963), despite the fact that the play closed on Broadway after only one performance.
· Angelou recited her poem “On the Pulse of Morning” at Bill Clinton’s presidential inauguration in 1993, becoming the second poet ever to read a poem at a presidential inauguration.
· She won the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 2011.
· She never went to college but has received more than 50 honorary degrees.
Thanks for reading and wishing everyone a fabulous weekend!
Kim Inglis, BCom, CIM, PFP, FCSI, CAFA
Financial Advisor & Associate Portfolio Manager
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Source – The Benefits of Tax Free Investing:
Canada Revenue Agency: canada.ca/en/revenue-agency/services/tax/registered-plans-administrators/pspa/mp-rrsp-dpsp-tfsa-limits-ympe.html
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