Mutual Trusts

A Mutual Fund Trust (“MFT”) is a unit trust in which all holdings and transactions in the units comply with the prescribed conditions governing: the number of unit holders; the dispersal of ownership of the units: and public trading of the units.

If a trust becomes a MFT within 90 days after the end of its first taxation year, it may make an election with the CRA to be treated as such from the beginning of that taxation year.

Under Canadian Federal Legislation, a trust may elect to have its taxation year end on December 15 if it is a MFT on the 74th day after the end of a calendar year and its taxation year (the taxation year concerned) would normally end on December 31 of the calendar year.

Every deposit and paid dividend is used to automatically rebalance your portfolio, which can minimize taxes.

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Major Purchase

This is for investors who are saving for a home down payment, future tuition, or any other specific purchase or event.

Build Wealth

Often you don’t have a specific reason to save your money but still want to grow your wealth over a long period of time.

Safety Net

This is one of the highest priority goals we recommend for investors, designed to ensure you have an emergency fund.