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IShares or Efunds in a RRIF?

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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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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.
Yes that is true, as long as it is with the funds in the account so no new fund.
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