Income, pensions, spending and wealth

Household assets, debts and wealth

The assets, debts, and net worth (wealth) of Canadian families.

Examples of assets are principal residence, vehicles, deposits, stocks, bonds, retirement assets (i.e., registered retirement savings plans, registered pension plans, and mutual funds), and registered education savings plans. Debts include mortgages, bank loans, student loans, credit cards, and lines of credit.

List of surveys and statistical programs

4 active survey(s) and statistical program(s)

2 inactive survey(s) and statistical program(s) no longer conducted

Total number of records: 6

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