Leverage your saving, investing, and spending power
When money isn’t there right when you need it, a loan helps bridge the gap. Managed carefully, borrowing can empower you as you save, invest, and spend.
1 Borrowing to invest in an RRSP may not be appropriate for everyone. You will need the financial means to meet your loan obligations. In addition, investments held in an RRSP may fluctuate in value. You should be aware that, regardless of their performance or value of any investments held in your RRSP, you will be required to meet your loan obligations in full. Talk to your financial advisor to find out more about the advantages and obligations of borrowing to invest. Manulife Bank of Canada solely acts in the capacity of lender and loan administrator and does not provide investment advice of any nature to individuals or advisors.
2 Borrowing to invest may be appropriate only for investors with higher risk tolerance. You should be fully aware of the risks and benefits associated with investment loans since losses as well as gains may be magnified. Preferred candidates are those willing to invest for the long term and not averse to increased risk. The value of your investment will vary and is not guaranteed however you must meet your loan and income tax obligations and repay the loan in full. Please ensure you read the terms of your loan agreement and the investment details for important information. Manulife Bank of Canada solely acts in the capacity of lender and loan administrator and does not provide investment advice of any nature to individuals or advisors. The dealer and advisor are responsible for determining the appropriateness of investments for their clients and informing them of the risks associated with borrowing to invest.
3 Manulife Bank does not provide tax advice. Always reach out to a tax expert for professional advice.