There is no one answer to that question. Some investors meet with their adviser only once per year, while others may meet with their adviser more frequently. How often you meet with your adviser may change throughout your lifetime due to many factors including market volatility, or a major life change such as a having a child, purchasing a home, losing your job, or retirement.
NSSC Blog: Before You Invest
SEDI is short for the System for Electronic Disclosure by Insiders. It is Canada’s online service for the filing and viewing of insider reports that are required under Canadian securities laws.
The term SPAC has come up a lot in media stories and social media posts on investing lately. That led to a reader wanting to know more about them and if they exist in Canada.
Last week we talked about Nova Scotia reporting issuers. A reader noticed that recently two Nova Scotia reporting issuers applied for and were granted permission to cease being reporting issuers. They wanted to know what happens in this instance.
The Commission occasionally gets inquiries about Nova Scotia based reporting issuers. To help people looking for information on the number of Nova Scotia reporting issuers and what they are, we’ve created this post.
We’ve got another tax question this week regarding the taxing of dividends. Last week we looked at capital gains tax. Some investors believe capital gains and dividends are taxed the same. They are not.
It’s getting closer to income tax time and we’ve been seeing an increase in investors asking about taxes. One particularly popular tax topic is capital gains and how they’re taxed.