Here are some links to calculators that may help you to analyze your financial situation.
Lease or Buy?: Compare various vehicle ownership options over an eight year time frame.
Cash Flow Statement: A tool for determining your family’s income and expenses.
OSAP: Estimate the financial aid that you may expect through OSAP grants and loans.
RESP: Calculate how much you need to save for your child’s education.
University cost: Estimate the total cost a student will pay at a Canadian university.
Insurance Needs Analysis: Estimate the amount of life insurance coverage you may need.
Early Investing: Learn the importance of investing early.
Investment Growth: See how your investment will grow over the years.
Rate of Return: Determine your portfolio’s average rate of return between start and end dates.
Retirement Income: The Government of Canada has developed this calculator to help you plan for retirement.
RRSP: Calculate how much you will need to save for retirement.
Early CPP: Calculate the “break even” age if you take CPP early (among other retirement calculators).
RRIF: Calculate different payment options from your RRIF.
GST/HST: Estimate the GST/HST credit, as well as any credit from related provincial programs.
Income Tax Estimator: Approximately how much will your tax bill (or refund) be?
RRSP Savings: Calculate how much tax you will save with your RRSP contribution.
Information and interactive calculators are made available to you as self-help tools for your independent use and are not intended to provide investment advice. We cannot and do not guarantee their applicability or accuracy in regards to your individual circumstances. All examples are hypothetical and are for illustrative purposes. We encourage you to seek personalized advice from qualified professionals regarding all personal finance issues.