Sunday, 18 June 2017 15:21 Written by Cleve DeSouza
Being house rich and cash poor is absurd but, for many of us, the reality is that the end of the month means not enough cash inflow and too many outstanding expenses. Let’s face it, the costs of housing, childcare, and debt service have increased well over our take-home incomes in many cases.
Whether you like it or not, taxes affect all of us. In fact, it is probably the biggest household expense (assuming you have a decent job or business), yet most people do nothing to manage their taxes. Here are top 10 reasons why you may be paying too much in taxes.
Saturday, 22 April 2017 12:20 Written by Chantelle Quow
Helping clients with business strategies, solutions, and motivation is my passion. I especially love helping clients plan and prepare before they start their own business or purchase an existing one.
Wednesday, 05 April 2017 21:51 Written by Joseph Salomon
One of the hardest things to do in the world is starting a business, of any kind.
Following the increase in activities in the Canadian real estate market over the last couple of years, the CRA currently has a significant audit initiative underway that will impact taxpayers buying and selling real estate.
Saturday, 03 September 2016 08:22 Written by Karl Marshall
Let me say straight off the bat that the thought of your child dying (no matter how old they are) is a morbid thought and as the father of a 21 year old son the thought never crosses my mind.
Thursday, 17 March 2016 15:54 Written by Celia Meikle
In my practice I have found that many of the difficult interactions with CRA can be avoided by a simple shift in how we approach them.
Recently I met with a couple to discuss their insurance and retirement goals and surprisingly the husband said he didn’t believe in life insurance or leaving money for anyone else to spend when he passed away.