Generate safe: (low-volatile; 100% fully secured; regulated; BlockChain-based) above market investment returns, using Registered Savings Plans (RSP) including: RSP; Locked-in RSP (LRSP)/Locked-in Retirement Account (LIRA); Life Income Fund (LIF); New LIF; Restricted Locked-in Savings Plan (RLSP); Spousal RSP; Retirement Income Fund (RIF); Prescribed RIF; Locked-in Retirement Income Fund (LRIF); Restricted Life Income Fund (RLIF)
Yes, you can invest in direct mortgages to help you save for your retirement. Every one has a wish for their retirement activities and the best way to achieve your goal is to develop, implement and maintain a retirement savings plan, otherwise known as an "RSP".
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How to Invest Your Money
Tax Deductible Investment Revenue Options
There are two types of RSP:
How much can you earn? Visit our MQCC investor-lenders page.
If Quality in your Investment Activity is important to you: MortgageQuote Canada Corp. (MQCC) is your only Globally Trusted Financial Advisor
As explained at our MQCC investor-lenders page, direct private lending secured by real estate is hundreds of years old however as with all investments, you need professional guidance. As explained on page 1 of our company website, MortgageQuote Canada Corp. is the world leader in certified statutory, regulatory and process compliant (SRP™) financial services. We have pioneered safeguards in accordance with the National Standard for Quality Management of over 119 countries, to enable our MortgageQuote investors to generate above average returns with zero comparative public market volatility. And sleep well at night.
Since 2008, no other Canadian Bank, Financial Institution, Lender, Fiduciary and Non-Fiduciary Investment Advisor/Broker and FinTech is able to make this claim. As a consumer, investor, regulator or stakeholder in Canada's finance sector, given today's market conditions in the finance sector, we trust you agree that it's a claim worth making.
What are Registered Funds? According to Canada Revenue Agency (CRA):
"An RRSP (Registered Retirement Savings Plan) is a retirement savings plan that you establish, that [the government] register, and to which you or your spouse or common-law partner contribute. Deductible RRSP contributions can be used to reduce your tax.
Any income you earn in the RRSP is usually exempt from tax as long as the funds remain in the plan; you generally have to pay tax when you receive payments from the plan." Source.
Types of Registered Funds
RSP Spousal RSP LRSP/LIRA RIF Spousal RIF Prescribed RIF LIF LRIF New LIF RLIF RLSP
Any Registered Savings Plan may be converted to a Self-directed RSP (SDRSP) plan is one, including:
RSP Spousal RSP LRSP/LIRA RIF Spousal RIF Prescribed RIF LIF LRIF New LIF RLIF RLSP
Once converted, you are able to place your investment cash into private mortgage securities.
Self Directed Mortgages are available through some trust companies. As an MQCC representative for guidance.
The way to deploy your money is to retain the services of a trust company; who holds your cash in an SDRSP in trust for you, until you decide to loan money on a private mortgage opportunity.
Please see your tax lawyer, accountant or other professional for details.
MortgageQuote will arrange all your requirements (in association with your legal counsel, if need be).
Links to Forms (direct from trust company)
email firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
Nigel H. Croft: Chairman of ISO's Technical Committee TC 176/SC 2: Comments
ISO 9001:2008 (2015), Quality Management Systems – Requirements, is undoubtedly the best known ISO standard. It is widely used as a basis for independent (“third-party”) certification to demonstrate that an organization has a quality management system (QMS)enabling it to consistently meet customer, statutory and regulatory requirements, and build confidence.
That confidence is reinforced when the competence of the certification body is attested by an accreditation body – typically there is only one recognized accreditation body per country. Accreditation bodies may in turn choose to participate in multilateral recognition arrangements, under the coordination of the International Accreditation Forum (IAF), to facilitate international trade.
Nigel H. Croft on 9 September 2011
The MQCC™'s Business Enterprise Quality Management System is Registered to the Canadian Equivalent of ISO 9001:2015 published by:
Canada's National Standard for Quality Management ISO 9001:2015
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After reading all of the foregoing, ask yourself: Who would YOU trust your money with?
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- Section J (Information and communication)
- Section K (Financial and insurance activities
- Class 6492 > credit granting; money lending outside the banking system
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- Section P (Education)
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- non-depository credit intermediary
- mortgage and non-mortgage loan brokers
Similar industry equivalencies exist in all countries who participate in the United Nations.
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- a regulated activity
- non-regulated activity
- regulatory exempt activity
- free trading activity
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- Alberta - regulated by the Real Estate Council of Alberta (RECA)
- British Columbia - regulated by the Financial Commission of British Columbia (FICOM)
- Ontario - regulated by the Financial Services Regulatory Authority (FSRA fka FSCO) (FSCO #12279)
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