Family tax strategies

Manage your family’s taxes efficiently

If you earn a high income in Canada, you will probably pay higher taxes too.

To help you protect your wealth, we can help assess your personal situation and recommend strategies to address your various tax obligations.

We will introduce strategies to ensure your family is managing taxes efficiently:

  • Family income-splitting with a family trust, prescribed rate loan or spousal Registered Retirement Savings Plan (RRSP)
  • Strategies that invest in life insurance to reduce your investment taxes
  • Tax-deferred retirement vehicles such as Registered Retired Savings Plans (RRSPs)
  • Tax-free savings accounts (TFSAs) which can help maximize tax-free investment growth

Access comprehensive wealth planning through these RBC businesses:

Investment management and advice

Benefit from professional advice on the full range of investments uniquely personalized investment management and comprehensive financial, retirement and estate planning.

RBC Dominion Securities
Investment counselling

Realize your financial goals through consistent investment management, led by our firm's established approach, which is tailored to your family’s circumstances by a personal investment counsellor.

RBC PH&N Investment Counsel
Estate, trust and elder care solutions

Preserve your wealth for future generations while getting the professional assistance you need to navigate complex and sometimes emotional decisions.

RBC Estates & Trust Services
Banking and credit

Receive customized wealth management, sophisticated banking, cash management and high-net-worth credit solutions, from a dedicated private banker and their team.

RBC Private Banking

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Global Private Banking Awards 2017 presented by PWM and The Banker

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Private Banker International Global Wealth Awards 2017

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