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Canadian Consumer Intelligence: Finance & Wealth Attributes (individual level)

Id

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Postal Code

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Number Total Bank Accounts

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Number Of Financial Institutions With Accounts

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How To Check Balance

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How Often To Check Account Balance S
Have Credit Cards

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Action Taken When Cash Is Needed

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How To Pay For Day To Day Purchases

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Who Is Responsible For Regular Bills

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How Do You Pay Your Bills

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Why Use Credit Cards To Pay

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Have A Household Budget

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How Often To Stay Within Budget

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Monthly Spend On Recurring Expenses

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How Many Late Payments Charged In The Last 12 Months

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Keep Up With Bills And Financial Commitments

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Who Is Responsible For Family Financial Planning

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How To Pay An Unexpected 500 Expenditure

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How To Pay An Unexpected 5 000 Expenditure

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Use A Pawnbroker

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Use A Payday Loan Service

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Use A Cheque Cashing Service

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Have Withdrawn Rrsp Other Than For Retirement

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Have Declared Bankruptcy

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Plan To Make A Major Purchase Of Value 10 000 In The Next 3 Years

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How To Pay For Major Purchases

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Years Left On Morgage Payments

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Plan To Purchase A House In The Next 5 Years

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Have Saved Enough To Support The Cost Of Children S Postsecondary Education

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Reason Not Saving Child Postsecondary Education

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Financially Preparing For Retirement

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Will Receive Income From Government Pension Benefits Cpp Qpp Oas Gis At Retirement

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Will Receive Income From Employer Pension Plan Benefits At Retirement

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Will Receive Income From Personal Savings Plans Benefits Rrsp Rsp At Retirement

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Will Receive Income From Obtaining A Reverse Mortgage At Retirement

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Will Receive Income From Selling Financial Assets At Retirement

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Will Receive Income From Selling Non Financial Assets At Retirement

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Will Receive Income From Inheritance At Retirement

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Will Receive Income From Extended Family Including A Spouse Partner At Retirement

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Will Receive Income From Drawing An Income From Family Business At Retirement

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Will Receive Income From Continuing Employment At Retirement

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Number Of Workplace Pensions Entitled To At Retirement

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Why Not Planning For Retirement Now

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Primary Source Of Income At Retirement

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Income At Time Of Retirement Will Be Enough To Supported Expected Standard Of Living

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Have A Good Idea Of How Much Money Is Needed To Maintain Retirement Standard Living

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Expected Financial Position At Retirement

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Retirement Income Sufficient To Comfortably Cover Monthly Expenses

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Own House Or Property In Or Out Of Canada Including Principal Residence

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Own Vehicles

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Own Collections Antiques Jewels Or Other Valuables

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Own Home Furnishings

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Estimated Value Of Tangible Assets

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Have Rrsps Registered Retirement Savings Plans

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Estimated Value Of Rrsps

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Have Resps Registered Education Saving Plans

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Estimated Value Of Resps

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Own Cash Savings From Savings Or Chequing Accounts

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Own Investments Stocks Bonds Term Deposits Gics Non Rrsp Mutual Funds

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Own Registered Disability Savings Plan

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Own Tax Free Savings Plan

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Own Private Pensions

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Estimated Value Of Financial Assets

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Own Agricultural Property Machinery And Equipment

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Own Business

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Own Copyrights Patents Or Royalties

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Total Assets Owned

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Owe Mortgages Include Principal Residence And Other Mortgages

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Owe Student Loans

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Owe Payday Loans

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Owe Other Loans Such As Auto Loans

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Owe Outstanding Credit Card Balances

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Owe Outstanding Balances On Lines Of Credit

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Estimated Value Of Debts And Liabilities

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Current Primary Source Of Income

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Number Of Income Sources

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Made Use Of Advice In Last 12 Months Retirement Planning

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Made Use Of Advice In Last 12 Months Children S Education Planning

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Made Use Of Advice In Last 12 Months Estate Planning

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Made Use Of Advice In Last 12 Months Insurance

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Made Use Of Advice In Last 12 Months Tax Planning

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Made Use Of Advice In Last 12 Months General Financial Planning

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Get Financial Advice From Accountants

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Get Financial Advice From Lawyers Or Notaries

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Get Financial Advice From Financial Advisors

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Get Financial Advice From Tax Advisors

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Get Financial Advice From Banks Credit Unions

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Get Financial Advice From Insurance Companies

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Get Financial Advice From Social Associations E G Church Unions

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Get Financial Advice From Employers

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Get Financial Advice From The Internet

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Get Financial Advice From Media Advertisements Television Radio

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Get Financial Advice From Schools Seminars Workshops Trade Shows

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Get Financial Advice From Friends And Family

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Pay For Financial Advice

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Who Influences Financial Decisions The Most

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Keep An Eye On The Housing Market

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Keep An Eye On The Stock Market

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Keep An Eye On The Currency Money Market

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Keep An Eye On Interest Rates

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Keep An Eye On Inflation

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Keep An Eye On Taxation

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Keep An Eye On The Job Market

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Keep An Eye On Pension Plans

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Own Auto Insurance

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Own Life Insurance

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Own Disability Insurance

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Own Loss Of Income Insurance E G Payment Protection Insurance

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Own Property Home Insurance

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Own Renters Insurance

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Own Travel Insurance

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Currently Have A Will

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Have Powers Of Attorney Drawn Up For Household

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Last Time A Credit Report Was Requested

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Rate Self On Level Of Financial Knowledge

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Rate Self On Keeping Track Of Money

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Rate Self On Making Ends Meet

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Rate Self On Shopping Around To Get The Best Financial Product

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Rate Self On Staying Informed On Financial Issues

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Have Ever Regretted On A Financial Decision

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Enjoy Dealing With Financial Matters

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Trust Professional Financial Advisors

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Frequently Get Financial Advice From Friends And Family

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Have A Clear Idea Of Financial Products

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Pay Close Attention To Financial Affairs

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Have Enough Knowledge About How To Choose Investments

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Always Research Financial Decisions

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Always Consult Family For Financial Decisions

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Taken Courses On Personal Finance

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28713180
V9B3M6
1 personal and joint account
One
At an ATM
Weekly
TRUE
Debit or bankcard at own financial institution
With cash
Mainly self
At an automatic teller machine (ATM)
Convenience, accounting purposes
FALSE
Always
Under $2,000.
Behind in none
Sometimes a struggle
Mainly Self
Use savings
Would not be able to pay this expenditure
Never
Never
Never
Personal reasons
TRUE
Car
From financial institution (lease/loan)
20 to 24 years
FALSE
FALSE
Do not earn enough money to save
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
One
Can't afford to
Earnings from employment in retirement
Not at all confident
FALSE
Much worse than expected
FALSE
House or property (in or out of Canada, including principal residence)
Vehicles
Collections, antiques, jewels or other valuables
Home furnishings
Less than $100,000
FALSE
$50,000 to less than $75,000
FALSE
Less than $5,000
Cash savings (from savings or chequing accounts)
Investments (stocks, bonds, term deposits, GICs, Non-RRSP Mutual funds)
Registered disability savings plan
Tax free savings plan
Private pensions
Less than $10,000
Agricultural property, machinery and equipment
Wholly or partially owned business
Copyrights, patents or royalties
Less than $100,000
Mortgages (include principal residence and other mortgages)
Student loans
Payday loans
Other loans (such as auto loans)
Outstanding credit card balances
Outstanding balances on lines of credit
Less than $50,000
Wages or salaries
One source of income
Retirement planning
Children's education planning
Estate planning
Insurance
Tax planning
General financial planning
Accountant
Lawyer, notary
Financial advisor, planner
Tax advisor, planner
Bank, credit union
Insurance company
Social associations (church, unions)
Work, employer
Internet
Media (advertisements, television, radio)
School, seminars, workshop, trade shows
Friends, family
FALSE
Advertisements
The housing market
The stock market
The currency (money) market
Interest rates
Inflation
Taxation
The job market
Pension plans
Auto
Life
Disability
Loss of income (e.g. payment protection insurance)
Property (home)
Renters (content)
Travel
FALSE
FALSE
Never
Not very knowledgeable
Good
Fairly good
Fairly good
Not very good
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
28721051
V9B4Z4
1 personal and joint account
One
At a bank branch
Monthly
FALSE
Go to the bank and make a withdrawal
With cash
Mainly self
At an automatic teller machine (ATM)
Convenience, accounting purposes
FALSE
Always
Under $2,000.
Behind in none
Without any problems
Mainly Self
Use savings
Use savings
Never
Never
Never
Personal reasons
FALSE
Car
Use savings (down payment/full price)
5 to 9 years
FALSE
FALSE
Do not earn enough money to save
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
One
Other
Government pension benefits (CPP, QPP, OAS, GIS)
Not at all confident
FALSE
Much worse than expected
FALSE
House or property (in or out of Canada, including principal residence)
Vehicles
Collections, antiques, jewels or other valuables
Home furnishings
Less than $100,000
FALSE
Less than $25,000
FALSE
Less than $5,000
Cash savings (from savings or chequing accounts)
Investments (stocks, bonds, term deposits, GICs, Non-RRSP Mutual funds)
Registered disability savings plan
Tax free savings plan
Private pensions
Less than $10,000
Agricultural property, machinery and equipment
Wholly or partially owned business
Copyrights, patents or royalties
Less than $100,000
Mortgages (include principal residence and other mortgages)
Student loans
Payday loans
Other loans (such as auto loans)
Outstanding credit card balances
Outstanding balances on lines of credit
Less than $50,000
Wages or salaries
Two sources of income
Retirement planning
Children's education planning
Estate planning
Insurance
Tax planning
General financial planning
Accountant
Lawyer, notary
Financial advisor, planner
Tax advisor, planner
Bank, credit union
Insurance company
Social associations (church, unions)
Work, employer
Internet
Media (advertisements, television, radio)
School, seminars, workshop, trade shows
Friends, family
FALSE
Advertisements
The housing market
The stock market
The currency (money) market
Interest rates
Inflation
Taxation
The job market
Pension plans
Auto
Life
Disability
Loss of income (e.g. payment protection insurance)
Property (home)
Renters (content)
Travel
TRUE
FALSE
Never
Fairly knowledgeable
Good
Very good
Not very good
Good
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
28721085
V9B4Z5
1 personal and joint account
One
Call the bank
Weekly
TRUE
Debit or bankcard at own financial institution
With cash
Mainly self
At an automatic teller machine (ATM)
To collect reward points (e.g., loyalty program)
FALSE
Always
Under $2,000.
Behind in none
Sometimes a struggle
Mainly Self
Borrow from a friend or relative
Borrow from a financial institution
Never
Never
Never
Personal reasons
TRUE
Car
Monthly payments
15 to 19 years
FALSE
FALSE
Do not earn enough money to save
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
One
Can't afford to
Earnings from employment in retirement
Not very confident
FALSE
Not as good as expected
FALSE
House or property (in or out of Canada, including principal residence)
Vehicles
Collections, antiques, jewels or other valuables
Home furnishings
Less than $100,000
FALSE
$50,000 to less than $75,000
FALSE
$5,000 to less than $10,000
Cash savings (from savings or chequing accounts)
Investments (stocks, bonds, term deposits, GICs, Non-RRSP Mutual funds)
Registered disability savings plan
Tax free savings plan
Private pensions
Less than $10,000
Agricultural property, machinery and equipment
Wholly or partially owned business
Copyrights, patents or royalties
Less than $100,000
Mortgages (include principal residence and other mortgages)
Student loans
Payday loans
Other loans (such as auto loans)
Outstanding credit card balances
Outstanding balances on lines of credit
Less than $50,000
Wages or salaries
One source of income
Retirement planning
Children's education planning
Estate planning
Insurance
Tax planning
General financial planning
Accountant
Lawyer, notary
Financial advisor, planner
Tax advisor, planner
Bank, credit union
Insurance company
Social associations (church, unions)
Work, employer
Internet
Media (advertisements, television, radio)
School, seminars, workshop, trade shows
Friends, family
FALSE
Advertisements
The housing market
The stock market
The currency (money) market
Interest rates
Inflation
Taxation
The job market
Pension plans
Auto
Life
Disability
Loss of income (e.g. payment protection insurance)
Property (home)
Renters (content)
Travel
FALSE
FALSE
Never
Not very knowledgeable
Good
Fairly good
Not very good
Not very good
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
28721604
V9B5E4
1 personal and joint account
One
At a bank branch
Monthly
TRUE
Go to the bank and make a withdrawal
With cash
Mainly self
By preauthorized withdrawals from an account
Convenience, accounting purposes
FALSE
Always
Under $2,000.
Behind in none
Without any problems
Mainly Self
Use savings
Use savings
Never
Never
Never
Personal reasons
FALSE
Car
Use savings (down payment/full price)
5 to 9 years
FALSE
FALSE
Do not earn enough money to save
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
One
Don't have a job
Earnings from employment in retirement
Fairly confident
FALSE
As expected
FALSE
House or property (in or out of Canada, including principal residence)
Vehicles
Collections, antiques, jewels or other valuables
Home furnishings
Less than $100,000
FALSE
Less than $25,000
FALSE
Less than $5,000
Cash savings (from savings or chequing accounts)
Investments (stocks, bonds, term deposits, GICs, Non-RRSP Mutual funds)
Registered disability savings plan
Tax free savings plan
Private pensions
Less than $10,000
Agricultural property, machinery and equipment
Wholly or partially owned business
Copyrights, patents or royalties
Less than $100,000
Mortgages (include principal residence and other mortgages)
Student loans
Payday loans
Other loans (such as auto loans)
Outstanding credit card balances
Outstanding balances on lines of credit
Less than $50,000
Wages or salaries
Two sources of income
Retirement planning
Children's education planning
Estate planning
Insurance
Tax planning
General financial planning
Accountant
Lawyer, notary
Financial advisor, planner
Tax advisor, planner
Bank, credit union
Insurance company
Social associations (church, unions)
Work, employer
Internet
Media (advertisements, television, radio)
School, seminars, workshop, trade shows
Friends, family
FALSE
Advertisements
The housing market
The stock market
The currency (money) market
Interest rates
Inflation
Taxation
The job market
Pension plans
Auto
Life
Disability
Loss of income (e.g. payment protection insurance)
Property (home)
Renters (content)
Travel
FALSE
FALSE
Never
Not very knowledgeable
Good
Very good
Not very good
Not very good
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
28727575
V9B6E3
1 personal and joint account
One
Call the bank
Weekly
FALSE
Debit or bankcard at own financial institution
With cash
Mainly self
At an automatic teller machine (ATM)
Convenience, accounting purposes
FALSE
Always
Under $2,000.
Behind in none
Sometimes a struggle
Nobody in particular
Would not be able to pay this expenditure
Borrow from a financial institution
Never
Never
Never
Personal reasons
FALSE
Car
From financial institution (lease/loan)
5 to 9 years
FALSE
FALSE
Do not earn enough money to save
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
One
Don't have a job
Government pension benefits (CPP, QPP, OAS, GIS)
Not at all confident
FALSE
As expected
FALSE
House or property (in or out of Canada, including principal residence)
Vehicles
Collections, antiques, jewels or other valuables
Home furnishings
Less than $100,000
FALSE
$50,000 to less than $75,000
FALSE
Less than $5,000
Cash savings (from savings or chequing accounts)
Investments (stocks, bonds, term deposits, GICs, Non-RRSP Mutual funds)
Registered disability savings plan
Tax free savings plan
Private pensions
Less than $10,000
Agricultural property, machinery and equipment
Wholly or partially owned business
Copyrights, patents or royalties
Less than $100,000
Mortgages (include principal residence and other mortgages)
Student loans
Payday loans
Other loans (such as auto loans)
Outstanding credit card balances
Outstanding balances on lines of credit
Less than $50,000
Wages or salaries
One source of income
Retirement planning
Children's education planning
Estate planning
Insurance
Tax planning
General financial planning
Accountant
Lawyer, notary
Financial advisor, planner
Tax advisor, planner
Bank, credit union
Insurance company
Social associations (church, unions)
Work, employer
Internet
Media (advertisements, television, radio)
School, seminars, workshop, trade shows
Friends, family
FALSE
Advertisements
The housing market
The stock market
The currency (money) market
Interest rates
Inflation
Taxation
The job market
Pension plans
Auto
Life
Disability
Loss of income (e.g. payment protection insurance)
Property (home)
Renters (content)
Travel
FALSE
FALSE
Never
Not very knowledgeable
Fairly good
Not very good
Not very good
Not very good
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
28727747
V9B6E7
1 personal and joint account
One
At a bank branch
Every two weeks
FALSE
Go to the bank and make a withdrawal
With cash
Mainly self
At a bank teller
Convenience, accounting purposes
FALSE
Always
Under $2,000.
Behind in none
Without any problems
Mainly Self
Other
Borrow from a financial institution
Never
Never
Never
Ever withdrawn RRSP other than for retirement.
FALSE
Car
From financial institution (lease/loan)
15 to 19 years
FALSE
FALSE
Unemployed
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
One
Don't think about it,
Government pension benefits (CPP, QPP, OAS, GIS)
Not at all confident
FALSE
Not as good as expected
FALSE
House or property (in or out of Canada, including principal residence)
Vehicles
Collections, antiques, jewels or other valuables
Home furnishings
Less than $100,000
FALSE
Less than $25,000
FALSE
Less than $5,000
Cash savings (from savings or chequing accounts)
Investments (stocks, bonds, term deposits, GICs, Non-RRSP Mutual funds)
Registered disability savings plan
Tax free savings plan
Private pensions
$100,000 and over
Agricultural property, machinery and equipment
Wholly or partially owned business
Copyrights, patents or royalties
Less than $100,000
Mortgages (include principal residence and other mortgages)
Student loans
Payday loans
Other loans (such as auto loans)
Outstanding credit card balances
Outstanding balances on lines of credit
Less than $50,000
Wages or salaries
Two sources of income
Retirement planning
Children's education planning
Estate planning
Insurance
Tax planning
General financial planning
Accountant
Lawyer, notary
Financial advisor, planner
Tax advisor, planner
Bank, credit union
Insurance company
Social associations (church, unions)
Work, employer
Internet
Media (advertisements, television, radio)
School, seminars, workshop, trade shows
Friends, family
FALSE
Advertisements
The housing market
The stock market
The currency (money) market
Interest rates
Inflation
Taxation
The job market
Pension plans
Auto
Life
Disability
Loss of income (e.g. payment protection insurance)
Property (home)
Renters (content)
Travel
FALSE
FALSE
Never
Fairly knowledgeable
Good
Good
Not very good
Not very good
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
28728275
V9B6G8
1 personal and joint account
One
At an ATM
Weekly
TRUE
Debit or bankcard at own financial institution
With cash
Mainly self
At an automatic teller machine (ATM)
Convenience, accounting purposes
FALSE
Always
Under $2,000.
Behind in none
Sometimes a struggle
Mainly Self
Would not be able to pay this expenditure
Would not be able to pay this expenditure
Twice
Never
Never
Personal reasons
TRUE
Car
From financial institution (lease/loan)
5 to 9 years
FALSE
FALSE
Do not earn enough money to save
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
One
Can't afford to
Earnings from employment in retirement
Not at all confident
FALSE
Much worse than expected
FALSE
House or property (in or out of Canada, including principal residence)
Vehicles
Collections, antiques, jewels or other valuables
Home furnishings
Less than $100,000
FALSE
$100,000 to less than $125,000
FALSE
$5,000 to less than $10,000
Cash savings (from savings or chequing accounts)
Investments (stocks, bonds, term deposits, GICs, Non-RRSP Mutual funds)
Registered disability savings plan
Tax free savings plan
Private pensions
Less than $10,000
Agricultural property, machinery and equipment
Wholly or partially owned business
Copyrights, patents or royalties
$500,000 or more
Mortgages (include principal residence and other mortgages)
Student loans
Payday loans
Other loans (such as auto loans)
Outstanding credit card balances
Outstanding balances on lines of credit
Less than $50,000
Wages or salaries
One source of income
Retirement planning
Children's education planning
Estate planning
Insurance
Tax planning
General financial planning
Accountant
Lawyer, notary
Financial advisor, planner
Tax advisor, planner
Bank, credit union
Insurance company
Social associations (church, unions)
Work, employer
Internet
Media (advertisements, television, radio)
School, seminars, workshop, trade shows
Friends, family
FALSE
Advertisements
The housing market
The stock market
The currency (money) market
Interest rates
Inflation
Taxation
The job market
Pension plans
Auto
Life
Disability
Loss of income (e.g. payment protection insurance)
Property (home)
Renters (content)
Travel
FALSE
FALSE
Never
Not very knowledgeable
Good
Not very good
Fairly good
Not very good
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
28730590
V9B6N3
1 personal and joint account
One
At an ATM
Weekly
FALSE
Debit or bankcard at own financial institution
With cash
Mainly self
At an automatic teller machine (ATM)
Convenience, accounting purposes
FALSE
Always
Under $2,000.
Behind in none
Sometimes a struggle
Mainly Self
Use savings
Would not be able to pay this expenditure
Never
Never
Twice
Personal reasons
TRUE
Car
From financial institution (lease/loan)
5 to 9 years
FALSE
FALSE
Do not earn enough money to save
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
One
Lots of time
Government pension benefits (CPP, QPP, OAS, GIS)
Not very confident
FALSE
Not as good as expected
FALSE
House or property (in or out of Canada, including principal residence)
Vehicles
Collections, antiques, jewels or other valuables
Home furnishings
Less than $100,000
FALSE
$50,000 to less than $75,000
FALSE
Less than $5,000
Cash savings (from savings or chequing accounts)
Investments (stocks, bonds, term deposits, GICs, Non-RRSP Mutual funds)
Registered disability savings plan
Tax free savings plan
Private pensions
Less than $10,000
Agricultural property, machinery and equipment
Wholly or partially owned business
Copyrights, patents or royalties
Less than $100,000
Mortgages (include principal residence and other mortgages)
Student loans
Payday loans
Other loans (such as auto loans)
Outstanding credit card balances
Outstanding balances on lines of credit
Less than $50,000
Wages or salaries
One source of income
Retirement planning
Children's education planning
Estate planning
Insurance
Tax planning
General financial planning
Accountant
Lawyer, notary
Financial advisor, planner
Tax advisor, planner
Bank, credit union
Insurance company
Social associations (church, unions)
Work, employer
Internet
Media (advertisements, television, radio)
School, seminars, workshop, trade shows
Friends, family
FALSE
Advertisements
The housing market
The stock market
The currency (money) market
Interest rates
Inflation
Taxation
The job market
Pension plans
Auto
Life
Disability
Loss of income (e.g. payment protection insurance)
Property (home)
Renters (content)
Travel
FALSE
FALSE
Never
Not very knowledgeable
Not very good
Good
Not very good
Not very good
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
28734772
V9C0E3
1 personal and joint account
One
Call the bank
Weekly
FALSE
Debit or bankcard at own financial institution
With cash
Mainly someone else in the household
At an automatic teller machine (ATM)
To collect reward points (e.g., loyalty program)
FALSE
Always
Under $2,000.
Behind in none
Sometimes a struggle
Nobody in particular
Use savings
Would not be able to pay this expenditure
Never
Never
Twice
Personal reasons
FALSE
Car
From financial institution (lease/loan)
5 to 9 years
FALSE
FALSE
Unemployed
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
One
Lots of time
Government pension benefits (CPP, QPP, OAS, GIS)
Not very confident
FALSE
As expected
FALSE
House or property (in or out of Canada, including principal residence)
Vehicles
Collections, antiques, jewels or other valuables
Home furnishings
Less than $100,000
FALSE
Less than $25,000
FALSE
Less than $5,000
Cash savings (from savings or chequing accounts)
Investments (stocks, bonds, term deposits, GICs, Non-RRSP Mutual funds)
Registered disability savings plan
Tax free savings plan
Private pensions
Less than $10,000
Agricultural property, machinery and equipment
Wholly or partially owned business
Copyrights, patents or royalties
Less than $100,000
Mortgages (include principal residence and other mortgages)
Student loans
Payday loans
Other loans (such as auto loans)
Outstanding credit card balances
Outstanding balances on lines of credit
Less than $50,000
Wages or salaries
One source of income
Retirement planning
Children's education planning
Estate planning
Insurance
Tax planning
General financial planning
Accountant
Lawyer, notary
Financial advisor, planner
Tax advisor, planner
Bank, credit union
Insurance company
Social associations (church, unions)
Work, employer
Internet
Media (advertisements, television, radio)
School, seminars, workshop, trade shows
Friends, family
FALSE
Advertisements
The housing market
The stock market
The currency (money) market
Interest rates
Inflation
Taxation
The job market
Pension plans
Auto
Life
Disability
Loss of income (e.g. payment protection insurance)
Property (home)
Renters (content)
Travel
FALSE
FALSE
Never
Not very knowledgeable
Fairly good
Fairly good
Not very good
Not very good
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
28738252
V9C1J1
1 personal and joint account
One
At a bank branch
Monthly
FALSE
Debit or bankcard at own financial institution
With cash
Mainly self
At an automatic teller machine (ATM)
Convenience, accounting purposes
FALSE
Always
Under $2,000.
Behind in none
Without any problems
Mainly Self
Use savings
Use savings
Never
Never
Never
Personal reasons
FALSE
Car
Use savings (down payment/full price)
5 to 9 years
FALSE
FALSE
Unemployed
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
One
Can't afford to
Government pension benefits (CPP, QPP, OAS, GIS)
Not at all confident
FALSE
Much worse than expected
FALSE
House or property (in or out of Canada, including principal residence)
Vehicles
Collections, antiques, jewels or other valuables
Home furnishings
Less than $100,000
FALSE
Less than $25,000
FALSE
Less than $5,000
Cash savings (from savings or chequing accounts)
Investments (stocks, bonds, term deposits, GICs, Non-RRSP Mutual funds)
Registered disability savings plan
Tax free savings plan
Private pensions
Less than $10,000
Agricultural property, machinery and equipment
Wholly or partially owned business
Copyrights, patents or royalties
Less than $100,000
Mortgages (include principal residence and other mortgages)
Student loans
Payday loans
Other loans (such as auto loans)
Outstanding credit card balances
Outstanding balances on lines of credit
Less than $50,000
Wages or salaries
Two sources of income
Retirement planning
Children's education planning
Estate planning
Insurance
Tax planning
General financial planning
Accountant
Lawyer, notary
Financial advisor, planner
Tax advisor, planner
Bank, credit union
Insurance company
Social associations (church, unions)
Work, employer
Internet
Media (advertisements, television, radio)
School, seminars, workshop, trade shows
Friends, family
FALSE
Advertisements
The housing market
The stock market
The currency (money) market
Interest rates
Inflation
Taxation
The job market
Pension plans
Auto
Life
Disability
Loss of income (e.g. payment protection insurance)
Property (home)
Renters (content)
Travel
TRUE
FALSE
Never
Fairly knowledgeable
Good
Very good
Not very good
Good
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
28739452
V9C1V8
2 personal and joint accounts
One
At a bank branch
Monthly
FALSE
Go to the bank and make a withdrawal
With cash
Mainly self
By telephone banking
Convenience, accounting purposes
FALSE
Always
Under $2,000.
Behind in none
Without any problems
Mainly Self
Use savings
Borrow from a financial institution
Never
Never
Never
Ever withdrawn RRSP other than for retirement.
FALSE
Car
From financial institution (lease/loan)
15 to 19 years
FALSE
FALSE
Other financial obligations prevent
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
One
Lots of time
Government pension benefits (CPP, QPP, OAS, GIS)
Not very confident
FALSE
As expected
FALSE
House or property (in or out of Canada, including principal residence)
Vehicles
Collections, antiques, jewels or other valuables
Home furnishings
Less than $100,000
FALSE
$50,000 to less than $75,000
FALSE
Less than $5,000
Cash savings (from savings or chequing accounts)
Investments (stocks, bonds, term deposits, GICs, Non-RRSP Mutual funds)
Registered disability savings plan
Tax free savings plan
Private pensions
$10,000 to $29,999
Agricultural property, machinery and equipment
Wholly or partially owned business
Copyrights, patents or royalties
$100,000 to less than $200,000
Mortgages (include principal residence and other mortgages)
Student loans
Payday loans
Other loans (such as auto loans)
Outstanding credit card balances
Outstanding balances on lines of credit
Less than $50,000
Wages or salaries
Two sources of income
Retirement planning
Children's education planning
Estate planning
Insurance
Tax planning
General financial planning
Accountant
Lawyer, notary
Financial advisor, planner
Tax advisor, planner
Bank, credit union
Insurance company
Social associations (church, unions)
Work, employer
Internet
Media (advertisements, television, radio)
School, seminars, workshop, trade shows
Friends, family
FALSE
Advertisements
The housing market
The stock market
The currency (money) market
Interest rates
Inflation
Taxation
The job market
Pension plans
Auto
Life
Disability
Loss of income (e.g. payment protection insurance)
Property (home)
Renters (content)
Travel
FALSE
FALSE
Never
Not very knowledgeable
Not very good
Good
Not very good
Not very good
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
28740089
V9C2A5
1 personal and joint account
One
Call the bank
Weekly
FALSE
Debit or bankcard at own financial institution
With cash
Mainly self
At an automatic teller machine (ATM)
Convenience, accounting purposes
FALSE
Always
Under $2,000.
Behind in none
Sometimes a struggle
Mainly Self
Would not be able to pay this expenditure
Borrow from a financial institution
Never
Never
Never
Personal reasons
FALSE
Car
From financial institution (lease/loan)
5 to 9 years
FALSE
FALSE
Do not earn enough money to save
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
One
Lots of time
Earnings from employment in retirement
Not at all confident
FALSE
Not as good as expected
FALSE
House or property (in or out of Canada, including principal residence)
Vehicles
Collections, antiques, jewels or other valuables
Home furnishings
Less than $100,000
FALSE
$100,000 to less than $125,000
FALSE
$5,000 to less than $10,000
Cash savings (from savings or chequing accounts)
Investments (stocks, bonds, term deposits, GICs, Non-RRSP Mutual funds)
Registered disability savings plan
Tax free savings plan
Private pensions
Less than $10,000
Agricultural property, machinery and equipment
Wholly or partially owned business
Copyrights, patents or royalties
Less than $100,000
Mortgages (include principal residence and other mortgages)
Student loans
Payday loans
Other loans (such as auto loans)
Outstanding credit card balances
Outstanding balances on lines of credit
Less than $50,000
Wages or salaries
One source of income
Retirement planning
Children's education planning
Estate planning
Insurance
Tax planning
General financial planning
Accountant
Lawyer, notary
Financial advisor, planner
Tax advisor, planner
Bank, credit union
Insurance company
Social associations (church, unions)
Work, employer
Internet
Media (advertisements, television, radio)
School, seminars, workshop, trade shows
Friends, family
FALSE
Advertisements
The housing market
The stock market
The currency (money) market
Interest rates
Inflation
Taxation
The job market
Pension plans
Auto
Life
Disability
Loss of income (e.g. payment protection insurance)
Property (home)
Renters (content)
Travel
FALSE
FALSE
Never
Not very knowledgeable
Not very good
Not very good
Not very good
Not very good
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
28740479
V9C2E1
1 personal and joint account
One
Statement online
Weekly
TRUE
Debit or bankcard at own financial institution
With a debit card (bank card)
Mainly self
By internet banking
Convenience, accounting purposes
FALSE
Usually
$2,000 to less than $4,000
Behind in none
Sometimes a struggle
Share the responsibility equally
Use savings
Use a credit card
Never
Never
Never
Personal reasons
FALSE
Car
From financial institution (lease/loan)
25 years or more
FALSE
FALSE
Do not earn enough money to save
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
One
Can't afford to
Personal retirement savings plan benefits (RRSP, RSP)
Fairly confident
TRUE
Not as good as expected
FALSE
House or property (in or out of Canada, including principal residence)
Vehicles
Collections, antiques, jewels or other valuables
Home furnishings
$300,000 to less than $400,000
FALSE
Less than $25,000
FALSE
Less than $5,000
Cash savings (from savings or chequing accounts)
Investments (stocks, bonds, term deposits, GICs, Non-RRSP Mutual funds)
Registered disability savings plan
Tax free savings plan
Private pensions
$30,000 to $49,999
Agricultural property, machinery and equipment
Wholly or partially owned business
Copyrights, patents or royalties
Less than $100,000
Mortgages (include principal residence and other mortgages)
Student loans
Payday loans
Other loans (such as auto loans)
Outstanding credit card balances
Outstanding balances on lines of credit
$50,000 to $99,999
Wages or salaries
One source of income
Retirement planning
Children's education planning
Estate planning
Insurance
Tax planning
General financial planning
Accountant
Lawyer, notary
Financial advisor, planner
Tax advisor, planner
Bank, credit union
Insurance company
Social associations (church, unions)
Work, employer
Internet
Media (advertisements, television, radio)
School, seminars, workshop, trade shows
Friends, family
FALSE
Advertisements
The housing market
The stock market
The currency (money) market
Interest rates
Inflation
Taxation
The job market
Pension plans
Auto
Life
Disability
Loss of income (e.g. payment protection insurance)
Property (home)
Renters (content)
Travel
FALSE
FALSE
Never
Fairly knowledgeable
Good
Good
Very good
Fairly good
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
28743230
V9C3E6
1 personal and joint account
One
Statement online
Monthly
TRUE
Ask for cash back when making a purchase at a store
With a debit card (bank card)
Mainly self
By internet banking
Convenience, accounting purposes
FALSE
Always
Under $2,000.
Behind in none
Sometimes a struggle
Mainly Self
Use a credit card
Use a credit card
Never
Never
Never
Ever withdrawn RRSP other than for retirement.
FALSE
Car
From financial institution (lease/loan)
0 to 4 years
FALSE
FALSE
Do not earn enough money to save
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
One
Lots of time
Personal retirement savings plan benefits (RRSP, RSP)
Fairly confident
FALSE
As expected
FALSE
House or property (in or out of Canada, including principal residence)
Vehicles
Collections, antiques, jewels or other valuables
Home furnishings
Less than $100,000
FALSE
Less than $25,000
FALSE
$25,000 and over
Cash savings (from savings or chequing accounts)
Investments (stocks, bonds, term deposits, GICs, Non-RRSP Mutual funds)
Registered disability savings plan
Tax free savings plan
Private pensions
Less than $10,000
Agricultural property, machinery and equipment
Wholly or partially owned business
Copyrights, patents or royalties
Less than $100,000
Mortgages (include principal residence and other mortgages)
Student loans
Payday loans
Other loans (such as auto loans)
Outstanding credit card balances
Outstanding balances on lines of credit
Less than $50,000
Wages or salaries
One source of income
Retirement planning
Children's education planning
Estate planning
Insurance
Tax planning
General financial planning
Accountant
Lawyer, notary
Financial advisor, planner
Tax advisor, planner
Bank, credit union
Insurance company
Social associations (church, unions)
Work, employer
Internet
Media (advertisements, television, radio)
School, seminars, workshop, trade shows
Friends, family
FALSE
Advertisements
The housing market
The stock market
The currency (money) market
Interest rates
Inflation
Taxation
The job market
Pension plans
Auto
Life
Disability
Loss of income (e.g. payment protection insurance)
Property (home)
Renters (content)
Travel
FALSE
FALSE
Never
Fairly knowledgeable
Good
Good
Good
Fairly good
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
28743950
V9C3K8
1 personal and joint account
One
At a bank branch
Monthly
TRUE
Debit or bankcard at own financial institution
With cash
Mainly self
By telephone banking
Convenience, accounting purposes
FALSE
Usually
Under $2,000.
Behind in none
Without any problems
Mainly Self
Use savings
Use savings
Never
Never
Never
Ever withdrawn RRSP other than for retirement.
FALSE
Car
From financial institution (lease/loan)
5 to 9 years
FALSE
FALSE
Unemployed
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
Three or more
Don't have a job
Government pension benefits (CPP, QPP, OAS, GIS)
Very confident
FALSE
Not as good as expected
FALSE
House or property (in or out of Canada, including principal residence)
Vehicles
Collections, antiques, jewels or other valuables
Home furnishings
$100,000 to less than $200,000
FALSE
Less than $25,000
FALSE
Less than $5,000
Cash savings (from savings or chequing accounts)
Investments (stocks, bonds, term deposits, GICs, Non-RRSP Mutual funds)
Registered disability savings plan
Tax free savings plan
Private pensions
$100,000 and over
Agricultural property, machinery and equipment
Wholly or partially owned business
Copyrights, patents or royalties
$100,000 to less than $200,000
Mortgages (include principal residence and other mortgages)
Student loans
Payday loans
Other loans (such as auto loans)
Outstanding credit card balances
Outstanding balances on lines of credit
Less than $50,000
Wages or salaries
Two sources of income
Retirement planning
Children's education planning
Estate planning
Insurance
Tax planning
General financial planning
Accountant
Lawyer, notary
Financial advisor, planner
Tax advisor, planner
Bank, credit union
Insurance company
Social associations (church, unions)
Work, employer
Internet
Media (advertisements, television, radio)
School, seminars, workshop, trade shows
Friends, family
FALSE
Advertisements
The housing market
The stock market
The currency (money) market
Interest rates
Inflation
Taxation
The job market
Pension plans
Auto
Life
Disability
Loss of income (e.g. payment protection insurance)
Property (home)
Renters (content)
Travel
FALSE
TRUE
Never
Knowledgeable
Good
Good
Fairly good
Good
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
28745321
V9C3V1
1 personal and joint account
One
Call the bank
Monthly
TRUE
Debit or bankcard at own financial institution
With cash
Mainly self
At a bank teller
Convenience, accounting purposes
FALSE
Always
Under $2,000.
Behind in none
Without any problems
Mainly Self
Use savings
Use savings
Never
Never
Never
Ever withdrawn RRSP other than for retirement.
FALSE
Car
From financial institution (lease/loan)
5 to 9 years
FALSE
FALSE
Unemployed
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
One
Other
Government pension benefits (CPP, QPP, OAS, GIS)
Very confident
FALSE
Not as good as expected
FALSE
House or property (in or out of Canada, including principal residence)
Vehicles
Collections, antiques, jewels or other valuables
Home furnishings
$100,000 to less than $200,000
FALSE
Less than $25,000
FALSE
Less than $5,000
Cash savings (from savings or chequing accounts)
Investments (stocks, bonds, term deposits, GICs, Non-RRSP Mutual funds)
Registered disability savings plan
Tax free savings plan
Private pensions
$75,000 to $99,999
Agricultural property, machinery and equipment
Wholly or partially owned business
Copyrights, patents or royalties
$100,000 to less than $200,000
Mortgages (include principal residence and other mortgages)
Student loans
Payday loans
Other loans (such as auto loans)
Outstanding credit card balances
Outstanding balances on lines of credit
Less than $50,000
Wages or salaries
Two sources of income
Retirement planning
Children's education planning
Estate planning
Insurance
Tax planning
General financial planning
Accountant
Lawyer, notary
Financial advisor, planner
Tax advisor, planner
Bank, credit union
Insurance company
Social associations (church, unions)
Work, employer
Internet
Media (advertisements, television, radio)
School, seminars, workshop, trade shows
Friends, family
FALSE
Advertisements
The housing market
The stock market
The currency (money) market
Interest rates
Inflation
Taxation
The job market
Pension plans
Auto
Life
Disability
Loss of income (e.g. payment protection insurance)
Property (home)
Renters (content)
Travel
FALSE
FALSE
Never
Knowledgeable
Good
Good
Not very good
Good
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
28747826
V9C4C1
2 personal and joint accounts
One
Call the bank
Monthly
TRUE
Debit or bankcard at own financial institution
With cash
Mainly self
At an automatic teller machine (ATM)
Convenience, accounting purposes
FALSE
Always
Under $2,000.
Behind in none
Without any problems
Mainly Self
Use savings
Would not be able to pay this expenditure
Never
Never
Never
Personal reasons
FALSE
Car
From financial institution (lease/loan)
5 to 9 years
FALSE
FALSE
Someone else saving
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
One
Can't afford to
Government pension benefits (CPP, QPP, OAS, GIS)
Not very confident
FALSE
Not as good as expected
FALSE
House or property (in or out of Canada, including principal residence)
Vehicles
Collections, antiques, jewels or other valuables
Home furnishings
Less than $100,000
FALSE
$100,000 to less than $125,000
FALSE
Less than $5,000
Cash savings (from savings or chequing accounts)
Investments (stocks, bonds, term deposits, GICs, Non-RRSP Mutual funds)
Registered disability savings plan
Tax free savings plan
Private pensions
Less than $10,000
Agricultural property, machinery and equipment
Wholly or partially owned business
Copyrights, patents or royalties
Less than $100,000
Mortgages (include principal residence and other mortgages)
Student loans
Payday loans
Other loans (such as auto loans)
Outstanding credit card balances
Outstanding balances on lines of credit
Less than $50,000
Wages or salaries
Two sources of income
Retirement planning
Children's education planning
Estate planning
Insurance
Tax planning
General financial planning
Accountant
Lawyer, notary
Financial advisor, planner
Tax advisor, planner
Bank, credit union
Insurance company
Social associations (church, unions)
Work, employer
Internet
Media (advertisements, television, radio)
School, seminars, workshop, trade shows
Friends, family
FALSE
Advertisements
The housing market
The stock market
The currency (money) market
Interest rates
Inflation
Taxation
The job market
Pension plans
Auto
Life
Disability
Loss of income (e.g. payment protection insurance)
Property (home)
Renters (content)
Travel
FALSE
FALSE
Never
Not very knowledgeable
Good
Good
Not very good
Not very good
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
28751042
V9E1G8
1 personal and joint account
One
Telephone banking
Weekly
TRUE
Debit or bankcard at own financial institution
With cash
Mainly self
At an automatic teller machine (ATM)
Convenience, accounting purposes
FALSE
Always
Under $2,000.
Behind in one
Sometimes a struggle
Mainly Self
Other
Borrow from a financial institution
Never
Never
Twice
Personal reasons
TRUE
Car
From financial institution (lease/loan)
5 to 9 years
FALSE
FALSE
Do not earn enough money to save
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
One
Lots of time
Government pension benefits (CPP, QPP, OAS, GIS)
Not very confident
FALSE
Not as good as expected
FALSE
House or property (in or out of Canada, including principal residence)
Vehicles
Collections, antiques, jewels or other valuables
Home furnishings
$200,000 to less than $300,000
FALSE
$50,000 to less than $75,000
FALSE
$5,000 to less than $10,000
Cash savings (from savings or chequing accounts)
Investments (stocks, bonds, term deposits, GICs, Non-RRSP Mutual funds)
Registered disability savings plan
Tax free savings plan
Private pensions
Less than $10,000
Agricultural property, machinery and equipment
Wholly or partially owned business
Copyrights, patents or royalties
$100,000 to less than $200,000
Mortgages (include principal residence and other mortgages)
Student loans
Payday loans
Other loans (such as auto loans)
Outstanding credit card balances
Outstanding balances on lines of credit
Less than $50,000
Wages or salaries
Zero sources of income
Retirement planning
Children's education planning
Estate planning
Insurance
Tax planning
General financial planning
Accountant
Lawyer, notary
Financial advisor, planner
Tax advisor, planner
Bank, credit union
Insurance company
Social associations (church, unions)
Work, employer
Internet
Media (advertisements, television, radio)
School, seminars, workshop, trade shows
Friends, family
FALSE
Advertisements
The housing market
The stock market
The currency (money) market
Interest rates
Inflation
Taxation
The job market
Pension plans
Auto
Life
Disability
Loss of income (e.g. payment protection insurance)
Property (home)
Renters (content)
Travel
FALSE
FALSE
Never
Not very knowledgeable
Not very good
Not very good
Not very good
Not very good
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
28751222
V9E1J2
1 personal and joint account
One
Call the bank
Weekly
FALSE
Debit or bankcard at own financial institution
With cash
Mainly self
At an automatic teller machine (ATM)
To collect reward points (e.g., loyalty program)
FALSE
Always
Under $2,000.
Behind in none
Sometimes a struggle
Nobody in particular
Use savings
Borrow from a financial institution
Never
Never
Never
Personal reasons
FALSE
Car
From financial institution (lease/loan)
5 to 9 years
FALSE
FALSE
Unemployed
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
One
Lots of time
Earnings from employment in retirement
Not at all confident
FALSE
Not as good as expected
FALSE
House or property (in or out of Canada, including principal residence)
Vehicles
Collections, antiques, jewels or other valuables
Home furnishings
Less than $100,000
FALSE
Less than $25,000
FALSE
Less than $5,000
Cash savings (from savings or chequing accounts)
Investments (stocks, bonds, term deposits, GICs, Non-RRSP Mutual funds)
Registered disability savings plan
Tax free savings plan
Private pensions
Less than $10,000
Agricultural property, machinery and equipment
Wholly or partially owned business
Copyrights, patents or royalties
Less than $100,000
Mortgages (include principal residence and other mortgages)
Student loans
Payday loans
Other loans (such as auto loans)
Outstanding credit card balances
Outstanding balances on lines of credit
Less than $50,000
Wages or salaries
One source of income
Retirement planning
Children's education planning
Estate planning
Insurance
Tax planning
General financial planning
Accountant
Lawyer, notary
Financial advisor, planner
Tax advisor, planner
Bank, credit union
Insurance company
Social associations (church, unions)
Work, employer
Internet
Media (advertisements, television, radio)
School, seminars, workshop, trade shows
Friends, family
FALSE
Advertisements
The housing market
The stock market
The currency (money) market
Interest rates
Inflation
Taxation
The job market
Pension plans
Auto
Life
Disability
Loss of income (e.g. payment protection insurance)
Property (home)
Renters (content)
Travel
FALSE
FALSE
Never
Not very knowledgeable
Fairly good
Fairly good
Not very good
Not very good
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
28752958
V9E2C1
1 personal and joint account
One
At a bank branch
Monthly
TRUE
Go to the bank and make a withdrawal
With cash
Mainly self
At a bank teller
Convenience, accounting purposes
FALSE
Always
Under $2,000.
Behind in none
Don't have any bills or credit commitments
Mainly Self
Use savings
Use a credit card
Never
Never
Never
Personal reasons
FALSE
Car
From financial institution (lease/loan)
5 to 9 years
FALSE
FALSE
Do not earn enough money to save
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
One
Don't have a job
Government pension benefits (CPP, QPP, OAS, GIS)
Not at all confident
FALSE
Not as good as expected
FALSE
House or property (in or out of Canada, including principal residence)
Vehicles
Collections, antiques, jewels or other valuables
Home furnishings
Less than $100,000
FALSE
Less than $25,000
FALSE
Less than $5,000
Cash savings (from savings or chequing accounts)
Investments (stocks, bonds, term deposits, GICs, Non-RRSP Mutual funds)
Registered disability savings plan
Tax free savings plan
Private pensions
$10,000 to $29,999
Agricultural property, machinery and equipment
Wholly or partially owned business
Copyrights, patents or royalties
Less than $100,000
Mortgages (include principal residence and other mortgages)
Student loans
Payday loans
Other loans (such as auto loans)
Outstanding credit card balances
Outstanding balances on lines of credit
Less than $50,000
Wages or salaries
Two sources of income
Retirement planning
Children's education planning
Estate planning
Insurance
Tax planning
General financial planning
Accountant
Lawyer, notary
Financial advisor, planner
Tax advisor, planner
Bank, credit union
Insurance company
Social associations (church, unions)
Work, employer
Internet
Media (advertisements, television, radio)
School, seminars, workshop, trade shows
Friends, family
FALSE
Advertisements
The housing market
The stock market
The currency (money) market
Interest rates
Inflation
Taxation
The job market
Pension plans
Auto
Life
Disability
Loss of income (e.g. payment protection insurance)
Property (home)
Renters (content)
Travel
FALSE
FALSE
Never
Fairly knowledgeable
Good
Good
Not very good
Not very good
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
28754695
V9G0A1
1 personal and joint account
One
At an ATM
Weekly
FALSE
Get paid in cash everyday
With cash
Mainly self
At an automatic teller machine (ATM)
To collect reward points (e.g., loyalty program)
FALSE
Always
Under $2,000.
Behind in none
Sometimes a struggle
Nobody in particular
Use savings
Would not be able to pay this expenditure
Never
Never
Never
Personal reasons
FALSE
Car
From financial institution (lease/loan)
5 to 9 years
FALSE
FALSE
Do not earn enough money to save
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
One
Lots of time
Government pension benefits (CPP, QPP, OAS, GIS)
Not very confident
FALSE
As expected
FALSE
House or property (in or out of Canada, including principal residence)
Vehicles
Collections, antiques, jewels or other valuables
Home furnishings
Less than $100,000
FALSE
$50,000 to less than $75,000
FALSE
$5,000 to less than $10,000
Cash savings (from savings or chequing accounts)
Investments (stocks, bonds, term deposits, GICs, Non-RRSP Mutual funds)
Registered disability savings plan
Tax free savings plan
Private pensions
Less than $10,000
Agricultural property, machinery and equipment
Wholly or partially owned business
Copyrights, patents or royalties
Less than $100,000
Mortgages (include principal residence and other mortgages)
Student loans
Payday loans
Other loans (such as auto loans)
Outstanding credit card balances
Outstanding balances on lines of credit
Less than $50,000
Wages or salaries
One source of income
Retirement planning
Children's education planning
Estate planning
Insurance
Tax planning
General financial planning
Accountant
Lawyer, notary
Financial advisor, planner
Tax advisor, planner
Bank, credit union
Insurance company
Social associations (church, unions)
Work, employer
Internet
Media (advertisements, television, radio)
School, seminars, workshop, trade shows
Friends, family
FALSE
Advertisements
The housing market
The stock market
The currency (money) market
Interest rates
Inflation
Taxation
The job market
Pension plans
Auto
Life
Disability
Loss of income (e.g. payment protection insurance)
Property (home)
Renters (content)
Travel
FALSE
FALSE
Never
Not very knowledgeable
Fairly good
Not very good
Not very good
Not very good
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
28756878
V9G1B2
1 personal and joint account
One
Call the bank
Every two weeks
FALSE
Debit or bankcard at own financial institution
With cash
Mainly self
At an automatic teller machine (ATM)
Convenience, accounting purposes
FALSE
Always
Under $2,000.
Behind in none
Sometimes a struggle
Mainly Self
Use savings
Would not be able to pay this expenditure
Never
Never
Never
Personal reasons
FALSE
Car
From financial institution (lease/loan)
5 to 9 years
FALSE
FALSE
Unemployed
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
One
Lots of time
Earnings from employment in retirement
Not at all confident
FALSE
Not as good as expected
FALSE
House or property (in or out of Canada, including principal residence)
Vehicles
Collections, antiques, jewels or other valuables
Home furnishings
Less than $100,000
FALSE
$50,000 to less than $75,000
FALSE
Less than $5,000
Cash savings (from savings or chequing accounts)
Investments (stocks, bonds, term deposits, GICs, Non-RRSP Mutual funds)
Registered disability savings plan
Tax free savings plan
Private pensions
Less than $10,000
Agricultural property, machinery and equipment
Wholly or partially owned business
Copyrights, patents or royalties
Less than $100,000
Mortgages (include principal residence and other mortgages)
Student loans
Payday loans
Other loans (such as auto loans)
Outstanding credit card balances
Outstanding balances on lines of credit
Less than $50,000
Wages or salaries
One source of income
Retirement planning
Children's education planning
Estate planning
Insurance
Tax planning
General financial planning
Accountant
Lawyer, notary
Financial advisor, planner
Tax advisor, planner
Bank, credit union
Insurance company
Social associations (church, unions)
Work, employer
Internet
Media (advertisements, television, radio)
School, seminars, workshop, trade shows
Friends, family
FALSE
Advertisements
The housing market
The stock market
The currency (money) market
Interest rates
Inflation
Taxation
The job market
Pension plans
Auto
Life
Disability
Loss of income (e.g. payment protection insurance)
Property (home)
Renters (content)
Travel
FALSE
FALSE
Never
Not very knowledgeable
Good
Fairly good
Not very good
Not very good
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
28765268
V9G1X9
1 personal and joint account
One
Call the bank
Weekly
TRUE
Debit or bankcard at own financial institution
With cash
Mainly self
In person with cash
To collect reward points (e.g., loyalty program)
FALSE
Always
Under $2,000.
Behind in none
Sometimes a struggle
Mainly Self
Use savings
Would not be able to pay this expenditure
Never
Never
Never
Personal reasons
TRUE
Car
Monthly payments
5 to 9 years
FALSE
FALSE
Do not earn enough money to save
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
One
Lots of time
Earnings from employment in retirement
Not very confident
FALSE
Not as good as expected
FALSE
House or property (in or out of Canada, including principal residence)
Vehicles
Collections, antiques, jewels or other valuables
Home furnishings
$400,000 to less than $500,000
FALSE
$50,000 to less than $75,000
FALSE
$5,000 to less than $10,000
Cash savings (from savings or chequing accounts)
Investments (stocks, bonds, term deposits, GICs, Non-RRSP Mutual funds)
Registered disability savings plan
Tax free savings plan
Private pensions
Less than $10,000
Agricultural property, machinery and equipment
Wholly or partially owned business
Copyrights, patents or royalties
Less than $100,000
Mortgages (include principal residence and other mortgages)
Student loans
Payday loans
Other loans (such as auto loans)
Outstanding credit card balances
Outstanding balances on lines of credit
Less than $50,000
Wages or salaries
One source of income
Retirement planning
Children's education planning
Estate planning
Insurance
Tax planning
General financial planning
Accountant
Lawyer, notary
Financial advisor, planner
Tax advisor, planner
Bank, credit union
Insurance company
Social associations (church, unions)
Work, employer
Internet
Media (advertisements, television, radio)
School, seminars, workshop, trade shows
Friends, family
FALSE
Advertisements
The housing market
The stock market
The currency (money) market
Interest rates
Inflation
Taxation
The job market
Pension plans
Auto
Life
Disability
Loss of income (e.g. payment protection insurance)
Property (home)
Renters (content)
Travel
FALSE
FALSE
Never
Not very knowledgeable
Fairly good
Fairly good
Fairly good
Not very good
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
28768385
V9H0C6
1 personal and joint account
One
Telephone banking
Weekly
TRUE
Go to the bank and make a withdrawal
With cash
Mainly self
In person with cash
Convenience, accounting purposes
FALSE
Always
Under $2,000.
Behind in none
Without any problems
Mainly Self
Use savings
Would not be able to pay this expenditure
Never
Never
Never
Personal reasons
FALSE
Car
Monthly payments
20 to 24 years
FALSE
FALSE
Do not earn enough money to save
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
One
Can't afford to
Government pension benefits (CPP, QPP, OAS, GIS)
Not at all confident
FALSE
Not as good as expected
FALSE
House or property (in or out of Canada, including principal residence)
Vehicles
Collections, antiques, jewels or other valuables
Home furnishings
$200,000 to less than $300,000
FALSE
$50,000 to less than $75,000
FALSE
$5,000 to less than $10,000
Cash savings (from savings or chequing accounts)
Investments (stocks, bonds, term deposits, GICs, Non-RRSP Mutual funds)
Registered disability savings plan
Tax free savings plan
Private pensions
Less than $10,000
Agricultural property, machinery and equipment
Wholly or partially owned business
Copyrights, patents or royalties
Less than $100,000
Mortgages (include principal residence and other mortgages)
Student loans
Payday loans
Other loans (such as auto loans)
Outstanding credit card balances
Outstanding balances on lines of credit
Less than $50,000
Wages or salaries
Two sources of income
Retirement planning
Children's education planning
Estate planning
Insurance
Tax planning
General financial planning
Accountant
Lawyer, notary
Financial advisor, planner
Tax advisor, planner
Bank, credit union
Insurance company
Social associations (church, unions)
Work, employer
Internet
Media (advertisements, television, radio)
School, seminars, workshop, trade shows
Friends, family
FALSE
Advertisements
The housing market
The stock market
The currency (money) market
Interest rates
Inflation
Taxation
The job market
Pension plans
Auto
Life
Disability
Loss of income (e.g. payment protection insurance)
Property (home)
Renters (content)
Travel
TRUE
FALSE
Never
Not very knowledgeable
Good
Good
Not very good
Fairly good
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
28768742
V9H1A6
1 personal and joint account
One
Call the bank
Weekly
FALSE
Debit or bankcard at own financial institution
With cash
Mainly self
At an automatic teller machine (ATM)
Convenience, accounting purposes
FALSE
Always
Under $2,000.
Behind in none
Sometimes a struggle
Mainly Self
Would not be able to pay this expenditure
Borrow from a financial institution
Never
Never
Never
Personal reasons
TRUE
Car
From financial institution (lease/loan)
5 to 9 years
FALSE
FALSE
Unemployed
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
One
Lots of time
Earnings from employment in retirement
Not at all confident
FALSE
Not as good as expected
FALSE
House or property (in or out of Canada, including principal residence)
Vehicles
Collections, antiques, jewels or other valuables
Home furnishings
Less than $100,000
FALSE
$50,000 to less than $75,000
FALSE
$5,000 to less than $10,000
Cash savings (from savings or chequing accounts)
Investments (stocks, bonds, term deposits, GICs, Non-RRSP Mutual funds)
Registered disability savings plan
Tax free savings plan
Private pensions
Less than $10,000
Agricultural property, machinery and equipment
Wholly or partially owned business
Copyrights, patents or royalties
Less than $100,000
Mortgages (include principal residence and other mortgages)
Student loans
Payday loans
Other loans (such as auto loans)
Outstanding credit card balances
Outstanding balances on lines of credit
Less than $50,000
Wages or salaries
One source of income
Retirement planning
Children's education planning
Estate planning
Insurance
Tax planning
General financial planning
Accountant
Lawyer, notary
Financial advisor, planner
Tax advisor, planner
Bank, credit union
Insurance company
Social associations (church, unions)
Work, employer
Internet
Media (advertisements, television, radio)
School, seminars, workshop, trade shows
Friends, family
FALSE
Advertisements
The housing market
The stock market
The currency (money) market
Interest rates
Inflation
Taxation
The job market
Pension plans
Auto
Life
Disability
Loss of income (e.g. payment protection insurance)
Property (home)
Renters (content)
Travel
FALSE
FALSE
Never
Not very knowledgeable
Good
Fairly good
Not very good
Not very good
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
28773393
V9H1T8
1 personal and joint account
One
At a bank branch
Monthly
TRUE
Go to the bank and make a withdrawal
With cash
Mainly self
By preauthorized withdrawals from an account
Convenience, accounting purposes
FALSE
Always
Under $2,000.
Behind in none
Without any problems
Mainly Self
Use savings
Would not be able to pay this expenditure
Never
Never
Never
Personal reasons
FALSE
Car
From financial institution (lease/loan)
5 to 9 years
FALSE
FALSE
Do not earn enough money to save
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
One
Other
Government pension benefits (CPP, QPP, OAS, GIS)
Fairly confident
FALSE
Not as good as expected
FALSE
House or property (in or out of Canada, including principal residence)
Vehicles
Collections, antiques, jewels or other valuables
Home furnishings
$200,000 to less than $300,000
FALSE
$50,000 to less than $75,000
FALSE
Less than $5,000
Cash savings (from savings or chequing accounts)
Investments (stocks, bonds, term deposits, GICs, Non-RRSP Mutual funds)
Registered disability savings plan
Tax free savings plan
Private pensions
Less than $10,000
Agricultural property, machinery and equipment
Wholly or partially owned business
Copyrights, patents or royalties
$100,000 to less than $200,000
Mortgages (include principal residence and other mortgages)
Student loans
Payday loans
Other loans (such as auto loans)
Outstanding credit card balances
Outstanding balances on lines of credit
Less than $50,000
Wages or salaries
Two sources of income
Retirement planning
Children's education planning
Estate planning
Insurance
Tax planning
General financial planning
Accountant
Lawyer, notary
Financial advisor, planner
Tax advisor, planner
Bank, credit union
Insurance company
Social associations (church, unions)
Work, employer
Internet
Media (advertisements, television, radio)
School, seminars, workshop, trade shows
Friends, family
FALSE
Advertisements
The housing market
The stock market
The currency (money) market
Interest rates
Inflation
Taxation
The job market
Pension plans
Auto
Life
Disability
Loss of income (e.g. payment protection insurance)
Property (home)
Renters (content)
Travel
TRUE
TRUE
Never
Fairly knowledgeable
Good
Good
Good
Good
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
28778455
V9J1P8
1 personal and joint account
One
Call the bank
Monthly
FALSE
Go to the bank and make a withdrawal
With cash
Mainly self
By telephone banking
Convenience, accounting purposes
FALSE
Always
Under $2,000.
Behind in none
Without any problems
Mainly Self
Use savings
Borrow from a financial institution
Twice
Never
Never
Ever withdrawn RRSP other than for retirement.
FALSE
Car
From financial institution (lease/loan)
5 to 9 years
FALSE
FALSE
Unemployed
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
One
Don't have a job
Government pension benefits (CPP, QPP, OAS, GIS)
Not at all confident
FALSE
Not as good as expected
FALSE
House or property (in or out of Canada, including principal residence)
Vehicles
Collections, antiques, jewels or other valuables
Home furnishings
Less than $100,000
FALSE
$50,000 to less than $75,000
FALSE
Less than $5,000
Cash savings (from savings or chequing accounts)
Investments (stocks, bonds, term deposits, GICs, Non-RRSP Mutual funds)
Registered disability savings plan
Tax free savings plan
Private pensions
Less than $10,000
Agricultural property, machinery and equipment
Wholly or partially owned business
Copyrights, patents or royalties
$100,000 to less than $200,000
Mortgages (include principal residence and other mortgages)
Student loans
Payday loans
Other loans (such as auto loans)
Outstanding credit card balances
Outstanding balances on lines of credit
Less than $50,000
Wages or salaries
Two sources of income
Retirement planning
Children's education planning
Estate planning
Insurance
Tax planning
General financial planning
Accountant
Lawyer, notary
Financial advisor, planner
Tax advisor, planner
Bank, credit union
Insurance company
Social associations (church, unions)
Work, employer
Internet
Media (advertisements, television, radio)
School, seminars, workshop, trade shows
Friends, family
FALSE
Advertisements
The housing market
The stock market
The currency (money) market
Interest rates
Inflation
Taxation
The job market
Pension plans
Auto
Life
Disability
Loss of income (e.g. payment protection insurance)
Property (home)
Renters (content)
Travel
FALSE
FALSE
Never
Not very knowledgeable
Not very good
Good
Not very good
Not very good
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
28782984
V9K1E4
1 personal and joint account
One
At an ATM
Weekly
FALSE
Debit or bankcard at own financial institution
With cash
Mainly self
In person with cash
To collect reward points (e.g., loyalty program)
FALSE
Always
Under $2,000.
Behind in none
Sometimes a struggle
Nobody in particular
Use savings
Borrow from a financial institution
Never
Never
Never
Personal reasons
TRUE
Car
From financial institution (lease/loan)
5 to 9 years
FALSE
FALSE
Do not earn enough money to save
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
One
Lots of time
Earnings from employment in retirement
Not at all confident
FALSE
Not as good as expected
FALSE
House or property (in or out of Canada, including principal residence)
Vehicles
Collections, antiques, jewels or other valuables
Home furnishings
Less than $100,000
FALSE
$50,000 to less than $75,000
FALSE
$5,000 to less than $10,000
Cash savings (from savings or chequing accounts)
Investments (stocks, bonds, term deposits, GICs, Non-RRSP Mutual funds)
Registered disability savings plan
Tax free savings plan
Private pensions
Less than $10,000
Agricultural property, machinery and equipment
Wholly or partially owned business
Copyrights, patents or royalties
Less than $100,000
Mortgages (include principal residence and other mortgages)
Student loans
Payday loans
Other loans (such as auto loans)
Outstanding credit card balances
Outstanding balances on lines of credit
Less than $50,000
Wages or salaries
One source of income
Retirement planning
Children's education planning
Estate planning
Insurance
Tax planning
General financial planning
Accountant
Lawyer, notary
Financial advisor, planner
Tax advisor, planner
Bank, credit union
Insurance company
Social associations (church, unions)
Work, employer
Internet
Media (advertisements, television, radio)
School, seminars, workshop, trade shows
Friends, family
FALSE
Advertisements
The housing market
The stock market
The currency (money) market
Interest rates
Inflation
Taxation
The job market
Pension plans
Auto
Life
Disability
Loss of income (e.g. payment protection insurance)
Property (home)
Renters (content)
Travel
FALSE
FALSE
Never
Not very knowledgeable
Good
Fairly good
Fairly good
Not very good
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
28787416
V9K1T4
0 personal and joint accounts
One
Statement sent in mail
Daily
TRUE
Debit or bankcard at own financial institution
With cash
Mainly self
At an automatic teller machine (ATM)
To collect reward points (e.g., loyalty program)
FALSE
Always
Under $2,000.
Behind in none
Without any problems
Mainly Self
Use savings
Use savings
Never
Never
Never
Ever withdrawn RRSP other than for retirement.
FALSE
No Plans
Use savings (down payment/full price)
0 to 4 years
FALSE
FALSE
Do not expect child will go
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
One
Don't have a job
Government pension benefits (CPP, QPP, OAS, GIS)
Very confident
FALSE
Much better than expected
FALSE
House or property (in or out of Canada, including principal residence)
Vehicles
Collections, antiques, jewels or other valuables
Home furnishings
Less than $100,000
TRUE
Less than $25,000
FALSE
Less than $5,000
Cash savings (from savings or chequing accounts)
Investments (stocks, bonds, term deposits, GICs, Non-RRSP Mutual funds)
Registered disability savings plan
Tax free savings plan
Private pensions
Less than $10,000
Agricultural property, machinery and equipment
Wholly or partially owned business
Copyrights, patents or royalties
Less than $100,000
Mortgages (include principal residence and other mortgages)
Student loans
Payday loans
Other loans (such as auto loans)
Outstanding credit card balances
Outstanding balances on lines of credit
Less than $50,000
Wages or salaries
Zero sources of income
Retirement planning
Children's education planning
Estate planning
Insurance
Tax planning
General financial planning
Accountant
Lawyer, notary
Financial advisor, planner
Tax advisor, planner
Bank, credit union
Insurance company
Social associations (church, unions)
Work, employer
Internet
Media (advertisements, television, radio)
School, seminars, workshop, trade shows
Friends, family
FALSE
Advertisements
The housing market
The stock market
The currency (money) market
Interest rates
Inflation
Taxation
The job market
Pension plans
Auto
Life
Disability
Loss of income (e.g. payment protection insurance)
Property (home)
Renters (content)
Travel
FALSE
FALSE
Within the last 12 months
Very knowledgeable
Very good
Very good
Very good
Very good
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
28788126
V9K1W3
1 personal and joint account
One
At an ATM
Monthly
TRUE
Go to the bank and make a withdrawal
With cash
Mainly self
By preauthorized withdrawals from an account
Convenience, accounting purposes
FALSE
Always
Under $2,000.
Behind in none
Without any problems
Mainly Self
Use savings
Borrow from a financial institution
Twice
Never
Never
Personal reasons
FALSE
Car
Use savings (down payment/full price)
20 to 24 years
FALSE
FALSE
Do not earn enough money to save
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
One
Can't afford to
Government pension benefits (CPP, QPP, OAS, GIS)
Not at all confident
FALSE
Not as good as expected
FALSE
House or property (in or out of Canada, including principal residence)
Vehicles
Collections, antiques, jewels or other valuables
Home furnishings
$200,000 to less than $300,000
FALSE
Less than $25,000
FALSE
$5,000 to less than $10,000
Cash savings (from savings or chequing accounts)
Investments (stocks, bonds, term deposits, GICs, Non-RRSP Mutual funds)
Registered disability savings plan
Tax free savings plan
Private pensions
$10,000 to $29,999
Agricultural property, machinery and equipment
Wholly or partially owned business
Copyrights, patents or royalties
$100,000 to less than $200,000
Mortgages (include principal residence and other mortgages)
Student loans
Payday loans
Other loans (such as auto loans)
Outstanding credit card balances
Outstanding balances on lines of credit
Less than $50,000
Wages or salaries
Two sources of income
Retirement planning
Children's education planning
Estate planning
Insurance
Tax planning
General financial planning
Accountant
Lawyer, notary
Financial advisor, planner
Tax advisor, planner
Bank, credit union
Insurance company
Social associations (church, unions)
Work, employer
Internet
Media (advertisements, television, radio)
School, seminars, workshop, trade shows
Friends, family
FALSE
Advertisements
The housing market
The stock market
The currency (money) market
Interest rates
Inflation
Taxation
The job market
Pension plans
Auto
Life
Disability
Loss of income (e.g. payment protection insurance)
Property (home)
Renters (content)
Travel
TRUE
TRUE
Never
Knowledgeable
Good
Good
Not very good
Good
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
28789469
V9K2A1
1 personal and joint account
One
Call the bank
Every two weeks
TRUE
Debit or bankcard at own financial institution
With cash
Mainly self
By telephone banking
Convenience, accounting purposes
FALSE
Always
Under $2,000.
Behind in none
Without any problems
Mainly Self
Use savings
Use a credit card
Never
Never
Never
Ever withdrawn RRSP other than for retirement.
FALSE
Car
Sell investments
0 to 4 years
FALSE
FALSE
Unemployed
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
Three or more
Don't have a job
Government pension benefits (CPP, QPP, OAS, GIS)
Fairly confident
FALSE
As expected
FALSE
House or property (in or out of Canada, including principal residence)
Vehicles
Collections, antiques, jewels or other valuables
Home furnishings
$100,000 to less than $200,000
FALSE
$50,000 to less than $75,000
FALSE
$15,000 to less than $20,000
Cash savings (from savings or chequing accounts)
Investments (stocks, bonds, term deposits, GICs, Non-RRSP Mutual funds)
Registered disability savings plan
Tax free savings plan
Private pensions
$75,000 to $99,999
Agricultural property, machinery and equipment
Wholly or partially owned business
Copyrights, patents or royalties
$100,000 to less than $200,000
Mortgages (include principal residence and other mortgages)
Student loans
Payday loans
Other loans (such as auto loans)
Outstanding credit card balances
Outstanding balances on lines of credit
Less than $50,000
Wages or salaries
Two sources of income
Retirement planning
Children's education planning
Estate planning
Insurance
Tax planning
General financial planning
Accountant
Lawyer, notary
Financial advisor, planner
Tax advisor, planner
Bank, credit union
Insurance company
Social associations (church, unions)
Work, employer
Internet
Media (advertisements, television, radio)
School, seminars, workshop, trade shows
Friends, family
FALSE
Advertisements
The housing market
The stock market
The currency (money) market
Interest rates
Inflation
Taxation
The job market
Pension plans
Auto
Life
Disability
Loss of income (e.g. payment protection insurance)
Property (home)
Renters (content)
Travel
FALSE
FALSE
Never
Not very knowledgeable
Not very good
Not very good
Not very good
Not very good
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
28793019
V9K2L8
1 personal and joint account
One
Call the bank
Every two weeks
FALSE
Get paid in cash everyday
With cash
Mainly self
At an automatic teller machine (ATM)
To collect reward points (e.g., loyalty program)
FALSE
Always
Under $2,000.
Behind in none
Sometimes a struggle
Nobody in particular
Use savings
Borrow from a friend or relative
Never
Never
Never
Personal reasons
FALSE
Car
From financial institution (lease/loan)
5 to 9 years
FALSE
FALSE
Do not earn enough money to save
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
One
Lots of time
Government pension benefits (CPP, QPP, OAS, GIS)
Not at all confident
FALSE
As expected
FALSE
House or property (in or out of Canada, including principal residence)
Vehicles
Collections, antiques, jewels or other valuables
Home furnishings
Less than $100,000
FALSE
$50,000 to less than $75,000
FALSE
$5,000 to less than $10,000
Cash savings (from savings or chequing accounts)
Investments (stocks, bonds, term deposits, GICs, Non-RRSP Mutual funds)
Registered disability savings plan
Tax free savings plan
Private pensions
Less than $10,000
Agricultural property, machinery and equipment
Wholly or partially owned business
Copyrights, patents or royalties
Less than $100,000
Mortgages (include principal residence and other mortgages)
Student loans
Payday loans
Other loans (such as auto loans)
Outstanding credit card balances
Outstanding balances on lines of credit
Less than $50,000
Wages or salaries
Zero sources of income
Retirement planning
Children's education planning
Estate planning
Insurance
Tax planning
General financial planning
Accountant
Lawyer, notary
Financial advisor, planner
Tax advisor, planner
Bank, credit union
Insurance company
Social associations (church, unions)
Work, employer
Internet
Media (advertisements, television, radio)
School, seminars, workshop, trade shows
Friends, family
FALSE
Advertisements
The housing market
The stock market
The currency (money) market
Interest rates
Inflation
Taxation
The job market
Pension plans
Auto
Life
Disability
Loss of income (e.g. payment protection insurance)
Property (home)
Renters (content)
Travel
FALSE
FALSE
Never
Not very knowledgeable
Fairly good
Fairly good
Not very good
Not very good
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
28798877
V9L1P1
0 personal and joint accounts
One
Statement sent in mail
Daily
TRUE
Debit or bankcard at own financial institution
With cash
Mainly self
At an automatic teller machine (ATM)
To collect reward points (e.g., loyalty program)
FALSE
Always
Under $2,000.
Behind in none
Without any problems
Mainly Self
Use savings
Use savings
Never
Never
Never
Ever withdrawn RRSP other than for retirement.
FALSE
No Plans
Use savings (down payment/full price)
0 to 4 years
FALSE
FALSE
Do not expect child will go
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
One
Don't have a job
Government pension benefits (CPP, QPP, OAS, GIS)
Very confident
FALSE
Much better than expected
FALSE
House or property (in or out of Canada, including principal residence)
Vehicles
Collections, antiques, jewels or other valuables
Home furnishings
Less than $100,000
TRUE
Less than $25,000
FALSE
Less than $5,000
Cash savings (from savings or chequing accounts)
Investments (stocks, bonds, term deposits, GICs, Non-RRSP Mutual funds)
Registered disability savings plan
Tax free savings plan
Private pensions
Less than $10,000
Agricultural property, machinery and equipment
Wholly or partially owned business
Copyrights, patents or royalties
Less than $100,000
Mortgages (include principal residence and other mortgages)
Student loans
Payday loans
Other loans (such as auto loans)
Outstanding credit card balances
Outstanding balances on lines of credit
Less than $50,000
Wages or salaries
Zero sources of income
Retirement planning
Children's education planning
Estate planning
Insurance
Tax planning
General financial planning
Accountant
Lawyer, notary
Financial advisor, planner
Tax advisor, planner
Bank, credit union
Insurance company
Social associations (church, unions)
Work, employer
Internet
Media (advertisements, television, radio)
School, seminars, workshop, trade shows
Friends, family
FALSE
Advertisements
The housing market
The stock market
The currency (money) market
Interest rates
Inflation
Taxation
The job market
Pension plans
Auto
Life
Disability
Loss of income (e.g. payment protection insurance)
Property (home)
Renters (content)
Travel
FALSE
FALSE
Within the last 12 months
Very knowledgeable
Very good
Very good
Very good
Very good
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
28798897
V9L1P9
0 personal and joint accounts
One
Statement sent in mail
Daily
TRUE
Debit or bankcard at own financial institution
With cash
Mainly self
At an automatic teller machine (ATM)
To collect reward points (e.g., loyalty program)
FALSE
Always
Under $2,000.
Behind in none
Without any problems
Mainly Self
Use savings
Use savings
Never
Never
Never
Ever withdrawn RRSP other than for retirement.
FALSE
No Plans
Use savings (down payment/full price)
0 to 4 years
FALSE
FALSE
Do not expect child will go
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
One
Don't have a job
Government pension benefits (CPP, QPP, OAS, GIS)
Very confident
FALSE
Much better than expected
FALSE
House or property (in or out of Canada, including principal residence)
Vehicles
Collections, antiques, jewels or other valuables
Home furnishings
Less than $100,000
TRUE
Less than $25,000
FALSE
Less than $5,000
Cash savings (from savings or chequing accounts)
Investments (stocks, bonds, term deposits, GICs, Non-RRSP Mutual funds)
Registered disability savings plan
Tax free savings plan
Private pensions
Less than $10,000
Agricultural property, machinery and equipment
Wholly or partially owned business
Copyrights, patents or royalties
Less than $100,000
Mortgages (include principal residence and other mortgages)
Student loans
Payday loans
Other loans (such as auto loans)
Outstanding credit card balances
Outstanding balances on lines of credit
Less than $50,000
Wages or salaries
Zero sources of income
Retirement planning
Children's education planning
Estate planning
Insurance
Tax planning
General financial planning
Accountant
Lawyer, notary
Financial advisor, planner
Tax advisor, planner
Bank, credit union
Insurance company
Social associations (church, unions)
Work, employer
Internet
Media (advertisements, television, radio)
School, seminars, workshop, trade shows
Friends, family
FALSE
Advertisements
The housing market
The stock market
The currency (money) market
Interest rates
Inflation
Taxation
The job market
Pension plans
Auto
Life
Disability
Loss of income (e.g. payment protection insurance)
Property (home)
Renters (content)
Travel
FALSE
FALSE
Within the last 12 months
Very knowledgeable
Very good
Very good
Very good
Very good
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
28799265
V9L1T7
1 personal and joint account
One
Statement online
Monthly
TRUE
Debit or bankcard at own financial institution
With cash
Mainly self
By preauthorized withdrawals from an account
To collect reward points (e.g., loyalty program)
TRUE
Usually
Under $2,000.
Behind in none
Sometimes a struggle
Mainly Self
Use a credit card
Use savings
Never
Never
Never
Ever withdrawn RRSP other than for retirement.
FALSE
Car
From financial institution (lease/loan)
15 to 19 years
TRUE
FALSE
Do not earn enough money to save
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
One
Can't afford to
Occupational or workplace pension plan benefits
Not very confident
FALSE
As expected
FALSE
House or property (in or out of Canada, including principal residence)
Vehicles
Collections, antiques, jewels or other valuables
Home furnishings
Less than $100,000
FALSE
Less than $25,000
FALSE
Less than $5,000
Cash savings (from savings or chequing accounts)
Investments (stocks, bonds, term deposits, GICs, Non-RRSP Mutual funds)
Registered disability savings plan
Tax free savings plan
Private pensions
Less than $10,000
Agricultural property, machinery and equipment
Wholly or partially owned business
Copyrights, patents or royalties
Less than $100,000
Mortgages (include principal residence and other mortgages)
Student loans
Payday loans
Other loans (such as auto loans)
Outstanding credit card balances
Outstanding balances on lines of credit
Less than $50,000
Wages or salaries
Two sources of income
Retirement planning
Children's education planning
Estate planning
Insurance
Tax planning
General financial planning
Accountant
Lawyer, notary
Financial advisor, planner
Tax advisor, planner
Bank, credit union
Insurance company
Social associations (church, unions)
Work, employer
Internet
Media (advertisements, television, radio)
School, seminars, workshop, trade shows
Friends, family
FALSE
Advertisements
The housing market
The stock market
The currency (money) market
Interest rates
Inflation
Taxation
The job market
Pension plans
Auto
Life
Disability
Loss of income (e.g. payment protection insurance)
Property (home)
Renters (content)
Travel
FALSE
FALSE
Never
Not very knowledgeable
Good
Good
Fairly good
Fairly good
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
28799342
V9L1V9
0 personal and joint accounts
One
Statement sent in mail
Daily
TRUE
Debit or bankcard at own financial institution
With cash
Mainly self
At an automatic teller machine (ATM)
To collect reward points (e.g., loyalty program)
FALSE
Always
Under $2,000.
Behind in none
Without any problems
Mainly Self
Use savings
Use savings
Never
Never
Never
Ever withdrawn RRSP other than for retirement.
FALSE
No Plans
Use savings (down payment/full price)
0 to 4 years
FALSE
FALSE
Do not expect child will go
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
One
Don't have a job
Government pension benefits (CPP, QPP, OAS, GIS)
Very confident
FALSE
Much better than expected
FALSE
House or property (in or out of Canada, including principal residence)
Vehicles
Collections, antiques, jewels or other valuables
Home furnishings
Less than $100,000
TRUE
Less than $25,000
FALSE
Less than $5,000
Cash savings (from savings or chequing accounts)
Investments (stocks, bonds, term deposits, GICs, Non-RRSP Mutual funds)
Registered disability savings plan
Tax free savings plan
Private pensions
Less than $10,000
Agricultural property, machinery and equipment
Wholly or partially owned business
Copyrights, patents or royalties
Less than $100,000
Mortgages (include principal residence and other mortgages)
Student loans
Payday loans
Other loans (such as auto loans)
Outstanding credit card balances
Outstanding balances on lines of credit
Less than $50,000
Wages or salaries
Zero sources of income
Retirement planning
Children's education planning
Estate planning
Insurance
Tax planning
General financial planning
Accountant
Lawyer, notary
Financial advisor, planner
Tax advisor, planner
Bank, credit union
Insurance company
Social associations (church, unions)
Work, employer
Internet
Media (advertisements, television, radio)
School, seminars, workshop, trade shows
Friends, family
FALSE
Advertisements
The housing market
The stock market
The currency (money) market
Interest rates
Inflation
Taxation
The job market
Pension plans
Auto
Life
Disability
Loss of income (e.g. payment protection insurance)
Property (home)
Renters (content)
Travel
FALSE
FALSE
Within the last 12 months
Very knowledgeable
Very good
Very good
Very good
Very good
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
28799352
V9L1W4
0 personal and joint accounts
One
Statement sent in mail
Daily
TRUE
Debit or bankcard at own financial institution
With cash
Mainly self
At an automatic teller machine (ATM)
To collect reward points (e.g., loyalty program)
FALSE
Always
Under $2,000.
Behind in none
Without any problems
Mainly Self
Use savings
Use savings
Never
Never
Never
Ever withdrawn RRSP other than for retirement.
FALSE
No Plans
Use savings (down payment/full price)
0 to 4 years
FALSE
FALSE
Do not expect child will go
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
One
Don't have a job
Government pension benefits (CPP, QPP, OAS, GIS)
Very confident
FALSE
Much better than expected
FALSE
House or property (in or out of Canada, including principal residence)
Vehicles
Collections, antiques, jewels or other valuables
Home furnishings
Less than $100,000
TRUE
Less than $25,000
FALSE
Less than $5,000
Cash savings (from savings or chequing accounts)
Investments (stocks, bonds, term deposits, GICs, Non-RRSP Mutual funds)
Registered disability savings plan
Tax free savings plan
Private pensions
Less than $10,000
Agricultural property, machinery and equipment
Wholly or partially owned business
Copyrights, patents or royalties
Less than $100,000
Mortgages (include principal residence and other mortgages)
Student loans
Payday loans
Other loans (such as auto loans)
Outstanding credit card balances
Outstanding balances on lines of credit
Less than $50,000
Wages or salaries
Zero sources of income
Retirement planning
Children's education planning
Estate planning
Insurance
Tax planning
General financial planning
Accountant
Lawyer, notary
Financial advisor, planner
Tax advisor, planner
Bank, credit union
Insurance company
Social associations (church, unions)
Work, employer
Internet
Media (advertisements, television, radio)
School, seminars, workshop, trade shows
Friends, family
FALSE
Advertisements
The housing market
The stock market
The currency (money) market
Interest rates
Inflation
Taxation
The job market
Pension plans
Auto
Life
Disability
Loss of income (e.g. payment protection insurance)
Property (home)
Renters (content)
Travel
FALSE
FALSE
Within the last 12 months
Very knowledgeable
Very good
Very good
Very good
Very good
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
28799493
V9L1X2
0 personal and joint accounts
One
Statement sent in mail
Daily
TRUE
Debit or bankcard at own financial institution
With cash
Mainly self
At an automatic teller machine (ATM)
To collect reward points (e.g., loyalty program)
FALSE
Always
Under $2,000.
Behind in none
Without any problems
Mainly Self
Use savings
Use savings
Never
Never
Never
Ever withdrawn RRSP other than for retirement.
FALSE
No Plans
Use savings (down payment/full price)
0 to 4 years
FALSE
FALSE
Do not expect child will go
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
One
Don't have a job
Government pension benefits (CPP, QPP, OAS, GIS)
Very confident
FALSE
Much better than expected
FALSE
House or property (in or out of Canada, including principal residence)
Vehicles
Collections, antiques, jewels or other valuables
Home furnishings
Less than $100,000
TRUE
Less than $25,000
FALSE
Less than $5,000
Cash savings (from savings or chequing accounts)
Investments (stocks, bonds, term deposits, GICs, Non-RRSP Mutual funds)
Registered disability savings plan
Tax free savings plan
Private pensions
Less than $10,000
Agricultural property, machinery and equipment
Wholly or partially owned business
Copyrights, patents or royalties
Less than $100,000
Mortgages (include principal residence and other mortgages)
Student loans
Payday loans
Other loans (such as auto loans)
Outstanding credit card balances
Outstanding balances on lines of credit
Less than $50,000
Wages or salaries
Zero sources of income
Retirement planning
Children's education planning
Estate planning
Insurance
Tax planning
General financial planning
Accountant
Lawyer, notary
Financial advisor, planner
Tax advisor, planner
Bank, credit union
Insurance company
Social associations (church, unions)
Work, employer
Internet
Media (advertisements, television, radio)
School, seminars, workshop, trade shows
Friends, family
FALSE
Advertisements
The housing market
The stock market
The currency (money) market
Interest rates
Inflation
Taxation
The job market
Pension plans
Auto
Life
Disability
Loss of income (e.g. payment protection insurance)
Property (home)
Renters (content)
Travel
FALSE
FALSE
Within the last 12 months
Very knowledgeable
Very good
Very good
Very good
Very good
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
28800897
V9L2L2
0 personal and joint accounts
One
Statement sent in mail
Daily
TRUE
Debit or bankcard at own financial institution
With cash
Mainly self
At an automatic teller machine (ATM)
To collect reward points (e.g., loyalty program)
FALSE
Always
Under $2,000.
Behind in none
Without any problems
Mainly Self
Use savings
Use savings
Never
Never
Never
Ever withdrawn RRSP other than for retirement.
FALSE
No Plans
Use savings (down payment/full price)
0 to 4 years
FALSE
FALSE
Do not expect child will go
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
One
Don't have a job
Government pension benefits (CPP, QPP, OAS, GIS)
Very confident
FALSE
Much better than expected
FALSE
House or property (in or out of Canada, including principal residence)
Vehicles
Collections, antiques, jewels or other valuables
Home furnishings
Less than $100,000
TRUE
Less than $25,000
FALSE
Less than $5,000
Cash savings (from savings or chequing accounts)
Investments (stocks, bonds, term deposits, GICs, Non-RRSP Mutual funds)
Registered disability savings plan
Tax free savings plan
Private pensions
Less than $10,000
Agricultural property, machinery and equipment
Wholly or partially owned business
Copyrights, patents or royalties
Less than $100,000
Mortgages (include principal residence and other mortgages)
Student loans
Payday loans
Other loans (such as auto loans)
Outstanding credit card balances
Outstanding balances on lines of credit
Less than $50,000
Wages or salaries
Zero sources of income
Retirement planning
Children's education planning
Estate planning
Insurance
Tax planning
General financial planning
Accountant
Lawyer, notary
Financial advisor, planner
Tax advisor, planner
Bank, credit union
Insurance company
Social associations (church, unions)
Work, employer
Internet
Media (advertisements, television, radio)
School, seminars, workshop, trade shows
Friends, family
FALSE
Advertisements
The housing market
The stock market
The currency (money) market
Interest rates
Inflation
Taxation
The job market
Pension plans
Auto
Life
Disability
Loss of income (e.g. payment protection insurance)
Property (home)
Renters (content)
Travel
FALSE
FALSE
Within the last 12 months
Very knowledgeable
Very good
Very good
Very good
Very good
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
28800928
V9L2L6
0 personal and joint accounts
One
Statement sent in mail
Daily
TRUE
Debit or bankcard at own financial institution
With cash
Mainly self
At an automatic teller machine (ATM)
To collect reward points (e.g., loyalty program)
FALSE
Always
Under $2,000.
Behind in none
Without any problems
Mainly Self
Use savings
Use savings
Never
Never
Never
Ever withdrawn RRSP other than for retirement.
FALSE
No Plans
Use savings (down payment/full price)
0 to 4 years
FALSE
FALSE
Do not expect child will go
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
One
Don't have a job
Government pension benefits (CPP, QPP, OAS, GIS)
Very confident
FALSE
Much better than expected
FALSE
House or property (in or out of Canada, including principal residence)
Vehicles
Collections, antiques, jewels or other valuables
Home furnishings
Less than $100,000
TRUE
Less than $25,000
FALSE
Less than $5,000
Cash savings (from savings or chequing accounts)
Investments (stocks, bonds, term deposits, GICs, Non-RRSP Mutual funds)
Registered disability savings plan
Tax free savings plan
Private pensions
Less than $10,000
Agricultural property, machinery and equipment
Wholly or partially owned business
Copyrights, patents or royalties
Less than $100,000
Mortgages (include principal residence and other mortgages)
Student loans
Payday loans
Other loans (such as auto loans)
Outstanding credit card balances
Outstanding balances on lines of credit
Less than $50,000
Wages or salaries
Zero sources of income
Retirement planning
Children's education planning
Estate planning
Insurance
Tax planning
General financial planning
Accountant
Lawyer, notary
Financial advisor, planner
Tax advisor, planner
Bank, credit union
Insurance company
Social associations (church, unions)
Work, employer
Internet
Media (advertisements, television, radio)
School, seminars, workshop, trade shows
Friends, family
FALSE
Advertisements
The housing market
The stock market
The currency (money) market
Interest rates
Inflation
Taxation
The job market
Pension plans
Auto
Life
Disability
Loss of income (e.g. payment protection insurance)
Property (home)
Renters (content)
Travel
FALSE
FALSE
Within the last 12 months
Very knowledgeable
Very good
Very good
Very good
Very good
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
28802861
V9L2Z8
0 personal and joint accounts
One
Statement sent in mail
Daily
TRUE
Debit or bankcard at own financial institution
With cash
Mainly self
At an automatic teller machine (ATM)
To collect reward points (e.g., loyalty program)
FALSE
Always
Under $2,000.
Behind in none
Without any problems
Mainly Self
Use savings
Use savings
Never
Never
Never
Ever withdrawn RRSP other than for retirement.
FALSE
No Plans
Use savings (down payment/full price)
0 to 4 years
FALSE
FALSE
Do not expect child will go
TRUE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
One
Don't have a job
Government pension benefits (CPP, QPP, OAS, GIS)
Very confident
FALSE
Much better than expected
FALSE
House or property (in or out of Canada, including principal residence)
Vehicles
Collections, antiques, jewels or other valuables
Home furnishings
Less than $100,000
TRUE
Less than $25,000
FALSE
Less than $5,000
Cash savings (from savings or chequing accounts)
Investments (stocks, bonds, term deposits, GICs, Non-RRSP Mutual funds)
Registered disability savings plan
Tax free savings plan
Private pensions
Less than $10,000
Agricultural property, machinery and equipment
Wholly or partially owned business
Copyrights, patents or royalties
Less than $100,000
Mortgages (include principal residence and other mortgages)
Student loans
Payday loans
Other loans (such as auto loans)
Outstanding credit card balances
Outstanding balances on lines of credit
Less than $50,000
Wages or salaries
Zero sources of income
Retirement planning
Children's education planning
Estate planning
Insurance
Tax planning
General financial planning
Accountant
Lawyer, notary
Financial advisor, planner
Tax advisor, planner
Bank, credit union
Insurance company
Social associations (church, unions)
Work, employer
Internet
Media (advertisements, television, radio)
School, seminars, workshop, trade shows
Friends, family
FALSE
Advertisements
The housing market
The stock market
The currency (money) market
Interest rates
Inflation
Taxation
The job market
Pension plans
Auto
Life
Disability
Loss of income (e.g. payment protection insurance)
Property (home)
Renters (content)
Travel
FALSE
FALSE
Within the last 12 months
Very knowledgeable
Very good
Very good
Very good
Very good
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
28803400
V9L3H1
0 personal and joint accounts
One
Statement sent in mail
Daily
TRUE
Debit or bankcard at own financial institution
With cash
Mainly self
At an automatic teller machine (ATM)
To collect reward points (e.g., loyalty program)
FALSE
Always
Under $2,000.
Behind in none
Without any problems
Mainly Self
Use savings
Use savings
Never
Never
Never
Ever withdrawn RRSP other than for retirement.
FALSE
No Plans
Use savings (down payment/full price)
0 to 4 years
FALSE
FALSE
Do not expect child will go
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
One
Don't have a job
Government pension benefits (CPP, QPP, OAS, GIS)
Very confident
FALSE
Much better than expected
FALSE
House or property (in or out of Canada, including principal residence)
Vehicles
Collections, antiques, jewels or other valuables
Home furnishings
Less than $100,000
TRUE
Less than $25,000
FALSE
Less than $5,000
Cash savings (from savings or chequing accounts)
Investments (stocks, bonds, term deposits, GICs, Non-RRSP Mutual funds)
Registered disability savings plan
Tax free savings plan
Private pensions
Less than $10,000
Agricultural property, machinery and equipment
Wholly or partially owned business
Copyrights, patents or royalties
Less than $100,000
Mortgages (include principal residence and other mortgages)
Student loans
Payday loans
Other loans (such as auto loans)
Outstanding credit card balances
Outstanding balances on lines of credit
Less than $50,000
Wages or salaries
Zero sources of income
Retirement planning
Children's education planning
Estate planning
Insurance
Tax planning
General financial planning
Accountant
Lawyer, notary
Financial advisor, planner
Tax advisor, planner
Bank, credit union
Insurance company
Social associations (church, unions)
Work, employer
Internet
Media (advertisements, television, radio)
School, seminars, workshop, trade shows
Friends, family
FALSE
Advertisements
The housing market
The stock market
The currency (money) market
Interest rates
Inflation
Taxation
The job market
Pension plans
Auto
Life
Disability
Loss of income (e.g. payment protection insurance)
Property (home)
Renters (content)
Travel
FALSE
FALSE
Within the last 12 months
Very knowledgeable
Very good
Very good
Very good
Very good
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
28803571
V9L3K3
0 personal and joint accounts
One
Statement sent in mail
Daily
TRUE
Debit or bankcard at own financial institution
With cash
Mainly self
At an automatic teller machine (ATM)
To collect reward points (e.g., loyalty program)
FALSE
Always
Under $2,000.
Behind in none
Without any problems
Mainly Self
Use savings
Use savings
Never
Never
Never
Ever withdrawn RRSP other than for retirement.
FALSE
No Plans
Use savings (down payment/full price)
0 to 4 years
FALSE
FALSE
Do not expect child will go
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
One
Don't have a job
Government pension benefits (CPP, QPP, OAS, GIS)
Very confident
FALSE
Much better than expected
FALSE
House or property (in or out of Canada, including principal residence)
Vehicles
Collections, antiques, jewels or other valuables
Home furnishings
Less than $100,000
TRUE
Less than $25,000
FALSE
Less than $5,000
Cash savings (from savings or chequing accounts)
Investments (stocks, bonds, term deposits, GICs, Non-RRSP Mutual funds)
Registered disability savings plan
Tax free savings plan
Private pensions
Less than $10,000
Agricultural property, machinery and equipment
Wholly or partially owned business
Copyrights, patents or royalties
Less than $100,000
Mortgages (include principal residence and other mortgages)
Student loans
Payday loans
Other loans (such as auto loans)
Outstanding credit card balances
Outstanding balances on lines of credit
Less than $50,000
Wages or salaries
Zero sources of income
Retirement planning
Children's education planning
Estate planning
Insurance
Tax planning
General financial planning
Accountant
Lawyer, notary
Financial advisor, planner
Tax advisor, planner
Bank, credit union
Insurance company
Social associations (church, unions)
Work, employer
Internet
Media (advertisements, television, radio)
School, seminars, workshop, trade shows
Friends, family
FALSE
Advertisements
The housing market
The stock market
The currency (money) market
Interest rates
Inflation
Taxation
The job market
Pension plans
Auto
Life
Disability
Loss of income (e.g. payment protection insurance)
Property (home)
Renters (content)
Travel
FALSE
FALSE
Within the last 12 months
Very knowledgeable
Very good
Very good
Very good
Very good
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
28803644
V9L3K6
0 personal and joint accounts
One
Statement sent in mail
Daily
TRUE
Debit or bankcard at own financial institution
With cash
Mainly self
At an automatic teller machine (ATM)
To collect reward points (e.g., loyalty program)
FALSE
Always
Under $2,000.
Behind in none
Without any problems
Mainly Self
Use savings
Use savings
Never
Never
Never
Ever withdrawn RRSP other than for retirement.
FALSE
No Plans
Use savings (down payment/full price)
0 to 4 years
FALSE
FALSE
Do not expect child will go
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
One
Don't have a job
Government pension benefits (CPP, QPP, OAS, GIS)
Very confident
FALSE
Much better than expected
FALSE
House or property (in or out of Canada, including principal residence)
Vehicles
Collections, antiques, jewels or other valuables
Home furnishings
Less than $100,000
TRUE
Less than $25,000
FALSE
Less than $5,000
Cash savings (from savings or chequing accounts)
Investments (stocks, bonds, term deposits, GICs, Non-RRSP Mutual funds)
Registered disability savings plan
Tax free savings plan
Private pensions
Less than $10,000
Agricultural property, machinery and equipment
Wholly or partially owned business
Copyrights, patents or royalties
Less than $100,000
Mortgages (include principal residence and other mortgages)
Student loans
Payday loans
Other loans (such as auto loans)
Outstanding credit card balances
Outstanding balances on lines of credit
Less than $50,000
Wages or salaries
Zero sources of income
Retirement planning
Children's education planning
Estate planning
Insurance
Tax planning
General financial planning
Accountant
Lawyer, notary
Financial advisor, planner
Tax advisor, planner
Bank, credit union
Insurance company
Social associations (church, unions)
Work, employer
Internet
Media (advertisements, television, radio)
School, seminars, workshop, trade shows
Friends, family
FALSE
Advertisements
The housing market
The stock market
The currency (money) market
Interest rates
Inflation
Taxation
The job market
Pension plans
Auto
Life
Disability
Loss of income (e.g. payment protection insurance)
Property (home)
Renters (content)
Travel
FALSE
FALSE
Within the last 12 months
Very knowledgeable
Very good
Very good
Very good
Very good
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
28803689
V9L3K9
0 personal and joint accounts
One
Statement sent in mail
Daily
TRUE
Debit or bankcard at own financial institution
With cash
Mainly self
At an automatic teller machine (ATM)
To collect reward points (e.g., loyalty program)
FALSE
Always
Under $2,000.
Behind in none
Without any problems
Mainly Self
Use savings
Use savings
Never
Never
Never
Ever withdrawn RRSP other than for retirement.
FALSE
No Plans
Use savings (down payment/full price)
0 to 4 years
FALSE
FALSE
Do not expect child will go
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
One
Don't have a job
Government pension benefits (CPP, QPP, OAS, GIS)
Very confident
FALSE
Much better than expected
FALSE
House or property (in or out of Canada, including principal residence)
Vehicles
Collections, antiques, jewels or other valuables
Home furnishings
Less than $100,000
TRUE
Less than $25,000
FALSE
Less than $5,000
Cash savings (from savings or chequing accounts)
Investments (stocks, bonds, term deposits, GICs, Non-RRSP Mutual funds)
Registered disability savings plan
Tax free savings plan
Private pensions
Less than $10,000
Agricultural property, machinery and equipment
Wholly or partially owned business
Copyrights, patents or royalties
Less than $100,000
Mortgages (include principal residence and other mortgages)
Student loans
Payday loans
Other loans (such as auto loans)
Outstanding credit card balances
Outstanding balances on lines of credit
Less than $50,000
Wages or salaries
Zero sources of income
Retirement planning
Children's education planning
Estate planning
Insurance
Tax planning
General financial planning
Accountant
Lawyer, notary
Financial advisor, planner
Tax advisor, planner
Bank, credit union
Insurance company
Social associations (church, unions)
Work, employer
Internet
Media (advertisements, television, radio)
School, seminars, workshop, trade shows
Friends, family
FALSE
Advertisements
The housing market
The stock market
The currency (money) market
Interest rates
Inflation
Taxation
The job market
Pension plans
Auto
Life
Disability
Loss of income (e.g. payment protection insurance)
Property (home)
Renters (content)
Travel
FALSE
FALSE
Within the last 12 months
Very knowledgeable
Very good
Very good
Very good
Very good
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
28803690
V9L3L1
0 personal and joint accounts
One
Statement sent in mail
Daily
TRUE
Debit or bankcard at own financial institution
With cash
Mainly self
At an automatic teller machine (ATM)
To collect reward points (e.g., loyalty program)
FALSE
Always
Under $2,000.
Behind in none
Without any problems
Mainly Self
Use savings
Use savings
Never
Never
Never
Ever withdrawn RRSP other than for retirement.
FALSE
No Plans
Use savings (down payment/full price)
0 to 4 years
FALSE
FALSE
Do not expect child will go
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
One
Don't have a job
Government pension benefits (CPP, QPP, OAS, GIS)
Very confident
FALSE
Much better than expected
FALSE
House or property (in or out of Canada, including principal residence)
Vehicles
Collections, antiques, jewels or other valuables
Home furnishings
Less than $100,000
TRUE
Less than $25,000
FALSE
Less than $5,000
Cash savings (from savings or chequing accounts)
Investments (stocks, bonds, term deposits, GICs, Non-RRSP Mutual funds)
Registered disability savings plan
Tax free savings plan
Private pensions
Less than $10,000
Agricultural property, machinery and equipment
Wholly or partially owned business
Copyrights, patents or royalties
Less than $100,000
Mortgages (include principal residence and other mortgages)
Student loans
Payday loans
Other loans (such as auto loans)
Outstanding credit card balances
Outstanding balances on lines of credit
Less than $50,000
Wages or salaries
Zero sources of income
Retirement planning
Children's education planning
Estate planning
Insurance
Tax planning
General financial planning
Accountant
Lawyer, notary
Financial advisor, planner
Tax advisor, planner
Bank, credit union
Insurance company
Social associations (church, unions)
Work, employer
Internet
Media (advertisements, television, radio)
School, seminars, workshop, trade shows
Friends, family
FALSE
Advertisements
The housing market
The stock market
The currency (money) market
Interest rates
Inflation
Taxation
The job market
Pension plans
Auto
Life
Disability
Loss of income (e.g. payment protection insurance)
Property (home)
Renters (content)
Travel
FALSE
FALSE
Within the last 12 months
Very knowledgeable
Very good
Very good
Very good
Very good
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
28804310
V9L3R7
0 personal and joint accounts
One
Statement sent in mail
Daily
TRUE
Debit or bankcard at own financial institution
With cash
Mainly self
At an automatic teller machine (ATM)
To collect reward points (e.g., loyalty program)
FALSE
Always
Under $2,000.
Behind in none
Without any problems
Mainly Self
Use savings
Use savings
Never
Never
Never
Ever withdrawn RRSP other than for retirement.
FALSE
No Plans
Use savings (down payment/full price)
0 to 4 years
FALSE
FALSE
Do not expect child will go
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
One
Don't have a job
Government pension benefits (CPP, QPP, OAS, GIS)
Very confident
FALSE
Much better than expected
FALSE
House or property (in or out of Canada, including principal residence)
Vehicles
Collections, antiques, jewels or other valuables
Home furnishings
Less than $100,000
TRUE
Less than $25,000
FALSE
Less than $5,000
Cash savings (from savings or chequing accounts)
Investments (stocks, bonds, term deposits, GICs, Non-RRSP Mutual funds)
Registered disability savings plan
Tax free savings plan
Private pensions
Less than $10,000
Agricultural property, machinery and equipment
Wholly or partially owned business
Copyrights, patents or royalties
Less than $100,000
Mortgages (include principal residence and other mortgages)
Student loans
Payday loans
Other loans (such as auto loans)
Outstanding credit card balances
Outstanding balances on lines of credit
Less than $50,000
Wages or salaries
Zero sources of income
Retirement planning
Children's education planning
Estate planning
Insurance
Tax planning
General financial planning
Accountant
Lawyer, notary
Financial advisor, planner
Tax advisor, planner
Bank, credit union
Insurance company
Social associations (church, unions)
Work, employer
Internet
Media (advertisements, television, radio)
School, seminars, workshop, trade shows
Friends, family
FALSE
Advertisements
The housing market
The stock market
The currency (money) market
Interest rates
Inflation
Taxation
The job market
Pension plans
Auto
Life
Disability
Loss of income (e.g. payment protection insurance)
Property (home)
Renters (content)
Travel
FALSE
FALSE
Within the last 12 months
Very knowledgeable
Very good
Very good
Very good
Very good
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
28804359
V9L3S6
0 personal and joint accounts
One
Statement sent in mail
Daily
TRUE
Debit or bankcard at own financial institution
With cash
Mainly self
At an automatic teller machine (ATM)
To collect reward points (e.g., loyalty program)
FALSE
Always
Under $2,000.
Behind in none
Without any problems
Mainly Self
Use savings
Use savings
Never
Never
Never
Ever withdrawn RRSP other than for retirement.
FALSE
No Plans
Use savings (down payment/full price)
0 to 4 years
FALSE
FALSE
Do not expect child will go
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
One
Don't have a job
Government pension benefits (CPP, QPP, OAS, GIS)
Very confident
FALSE
Much better than expected
FALSE
House or property (in or out of Canada, including principal residence)
Vehicles
Collections, antiques, jewels or other valuables
Home furnishings
Less than $100,000
TRUE
Less than $25,000
FALSE
Less than $5,000
Cash savings (from savings or chequing accounts)
Investments (stocks, bonds, term deposits, GICs, Non-RRSP Mutual funds)
Registered disability savings plan
Tax free savings plan
Private pensions
Less than $10,000
Agricultural property, machinery and equipment
Wholly or partially owned business
Copyrights, patents or royalties
Less than $100,000
Mortgages (include principal residence and other mortgages)
Student loans
Payday loans
Other loans (such as auto loans)
Outstanding credit card balances
Outstanding balances on lines of credit
Less than $50,000
Wages or salaries
Zero sources of income
Retirement planning
Children's education planning
Estate planning
Insurance
Tax planning
General financial planning
Accountant
Lawyer, notary
Financial advisor, planner
Tax advisor, planner
Bank, credit union
Insurance company
Social associations (church, unions)
Work, employer
Internet
Media (advertisements, television, radio)
School, seminars, workshop, trade shows
Friends, family
FALSE
Advertisements
The housing market
The stock market
The currency (money) market
Interest rates
Inflation
Taxation
The job market
Pension plans
Auto
Life
Disability
Loss of income (e.g. payment protection insurance)
Property (home)
Renters (content)
Travel
FALSE
FALSE
Within the last 12 months
Very knowledgeable
Very good
Very good
Very good
Very good
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
28804392
V9L3T1
0 personal and joint accounts
One
Statement sent in mail
Daily
TRUE
Debit or bankcard at own financial institution
With cash
Mainly self
At an automatic teller machine (ATM)
To collect reward points (e.g., loyalty program)
FALSE
Always
Under $2,000.
Behind in none
Without any problems
Mainly Self
Use savings
Use savings
Never
Never
Never
Ever withdrawn RRSP other than for retirement.
FALSE
No Plans
Use savings (down payment/full price)
0 to 4 years
FALSE
FALSE
Do not expect child will go
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
One
Don't have a job
Government pension benefits (CPP, QPP, OAS, GIS)
Very confident
FALSE
Much better than expected
FALSE
House or property (in or out of Canada, including principal residence)
Vehicles
Collections, antiques, jewels or other valuables
Home furnishings
Less than $100,000
TRUE
Less than $25,000
FALSE
Less than $5,000
Cash savings (from savings or chequing accounts)
Investments (stocks, bonds, term deposits, GICs, Non-RRSP Mutual funds)
Registered disability savings plan
Tax free savings plan
Private pensions
Less than $10,000
Agricultural property, machinery and equipment
Wholly or partially owned business
Copyrights, patents or royalties
Less than $100,000
Mortgages (include principal residence and other mortgages)
Student loans
Payday loans
Other loans (such as auto loans)
Outstanding credit card balances
Outstanding balances on lines of credit
Less than $50,000
Wages or salaries
Zero sources of income
Retirement planning
Children's education planning
Estate planning
Insurance
Tax planning
General financial planning
Accountant
Lawyer, notary
Financial advisor, planner
Tax advisor, planner
Bank, credit union
Insurance company
Social associations (church, unions)
Work, employer
Internet
Media (advertisements, television, radio)
School, seminars, workshop, trade shows
Friends, family
FALSE
Advertisements
The housing market
The stock market
The currency (money) market
Interest rates
Inflation
Taxation
The job market
Pension plans
Auto
Life
Disability
Loss of income (e.g. payment protection insurance)
Property (home)
Renters (content)
Travel
FALSE
FALSE
Within the last 12 months
Very knowledgeable
Very good
Very good
Very good
Very good
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE
28804800
V9L3W9
0 personal and joint accounts
One
Statement sent in mail
Daily
TRUE
Debit or bankcard at own financial institution
With cash
Mainly self
At an automatic teller machine (ATM)
To collect reward points (e.g., loyalty program)
FALSE
Always
Under $2,000.
Behind in none
Without any problems
Mainly Self
Use savings
Use savings
Never
Never
Never
Ever withdrawn RRSP other than for retirement.
FALSE
No Plans
Use savings (down payment/full price)
0 to 4 years
FALSE
FALSE
Do not expect child will go
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
One
Don't have a job
Government pension benefits (CPP, QPP, OAS, GIS)
Very confident
FALSE
Much better than expected
FALSE
House or property (in or out of Canada, including principal residence)
Vehicles
Collections, antiques, jewels or other valuables
Home furnishings
Less than $100,000
TRUE
Less than $25,000
FALSE
Less than $5,000
Cash savings (from savings or chequing accounts)
Investments (stocks, bonds, term deposits, GICs, Non-RRSP Mutual funds)
Registered disability savings plan
Tax free savings plan
Private pensions
Less than $10,000
Agricultural property, machinery and equipment
Wholly or partially owned business
Copyrights, patents or royalties
Less than $100,000
Mortgages (include principal residence and other mortgages)
Student loans
Payday loans
Other loans (such as auto loans)
Outstanding credit card balances
Outstanding balances on lines of credit
Less than $50,000
Wages or salaries
Zero sources of income
Retirement planning
Children's education planning
Estate planning
Insurance
Tax planning
General financial planning
Accountant
Lawyer, notary
Financial advisor, planner
Tax advisor, planner
Bank, credit union
Insurance company
Social associations (church, unions)
Work, employer
Internet
Media (advertisements, television, radio)
School, seminars, workshop, trade shows
Friends, family
FALSE
Advertisements
The housing market
The stock market
The currency (money) market
Interest rates
Inflation
Taxation
The job market
Pension plans
Auto
Life
Disability
Loss of income (e.g. payment protection insurance)
Property (home)
Renters (content)
Travel
FALSE
FALSE
Within the last 12 months
Very knowledgeable
Very good
Very good
Very good
Very good
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
FALSE

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