I realize that this thread would be more appropriate in the life after brown forum but I need as much advice as I possibly can get so I posted it in here instead. Ok heres my situation. I get my income tax done every year by an accountant in my area.Recently he`s been suggesting I make this move.... Take out a loan for $100,000 and leave it in the bank. A new loan of $100,000 with a 25 year amortization annual interest rate of 8%. Invest$100,000 return rate of 10%.Monthly loan payment of $666.67 -interest gain $833.33-surplus of $166.66 to help pay the existing loan payment of $0.00 Here in Canada the loan payments are tax deductable because this is considered an investment. Does this sound too good to be true to be real? He told me that since I own a home and have a good credit rating plus the fact that I make over$70,000 a year,puts me in the category of people that can take advantage of this. Any advice? opinions?