Wealth

RRSPs - Registered Retirement Savings Plan

A retirement savings account registered with the Government of Canada that allows you to defer or reduce income taxes payable.


TFSAs - Tax-Free Savings Accounts

A flexible savings account registered with the Government of Canada that allows you to earn tax-free investment income. Canadians aged 18 and older can save up to $5,500 each year in a TFSA.

RESPs - Registered Retirement Income Funds

A Registered Education Savings Plan (RESP) is a special savings plan that grows tax-free until your child is ready for post-secondary education.

RRIFs - Registered Retirement Income Funds

A retirement fund registered with the Government of Canada that provides income during your retirement. You transfer funds into a RRIF from an RRSP, RPP or from another RRIF.


Term deposits

Want the potential to earn a higher interest rate than a savings account? A term deposit might be the investment for you.

U.S. term deposits

An investment that offers you a specific interest rate for a pre-determined period of time in U.S. funds.


Index/equity linked

Invest in your future with one of three options. An index or equity linked product may be a good option for you because, unlike mutual funds, there is no chance of a loss to the original investment.

Venture capital funds

Through Credential Asset Management Inc. at Conexus Credit Union, you can invest in venture capital funds that support Saskatchewan companies.