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Here is another RRIF question. I do not currently use iShare or indexed Efunds but I am aware that these are lower cost options and I'm wondering if they can be used for a RRIF or if they only work for RRSP or unregistered investments.

If they work for RRIFs, I can begin to assess the merit of switching once all of my RRSPs have been converted to RRIFs.

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Here is another RRIF question. I do not currently use iShare or indexed Efunds but I am aware that these are lower cost options and I'm wondering if they can be used for a RRIF or if they only work for RRSP or unregistered investments.

If they work for RRIFs, I can begin to assess the merit of switching once all of my RRSPs have been converted to RRIFs.

Thanks.
Terry, as far as I know, an RRIF account is just like an RRSP account but with a forced withdrawal schedule. With that said, you should be able to invest in whatever equity you please within an RRIF.
 
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