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April 18, 2023

Commentary on the Federal Budget 2023

On March 28, 2023, the Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister, the Honourable Chrystia Freeland, presented Budget 2023 – A Made-in-Canada Plan: Strong Middle Class, Affordable […]
April 17, 2023

Ottawa is offering a 25-year, high-interest GIC: It’s called the Canada Pension Plan

Jason Heath: Decision on when to apply for CPP becomes clearer when you think of it as an investment, not income The Canada Pension Plan (CPP) […]
April 6, 2023

Government of Canada Introduces Amendments to Foreign Buyer Ban

Amendments to Foreign Buyer Ban On Monday, the Government of Canada announced a series of amendments to the foreign buyer ban — officially called the Prohibition […]
April 6, 2023

Federal budget 2023: Ottawa targets high-income earners with increased minimum tax

Canada’s top income earners are in for a steep hike to their tax bills under measures proposed in the 2023 budget. The government plans to tighten […]
February 10, 2023

Sophisticated Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) scams circulating ahead of tax season

Tax season is around the corner and fraudsters are already ramping up their attacks against Canadians. Some of this year’s scams are very sophisticated-looking email links […]
February 8, 2023

The Canada Revenue Agency Announced Major Changes That Could Affect Your 2022 Taxes

As tax season fast approaches, navigating this time of year is no easy feat and with new changes outlined by the Canada Revenue Agency — it can sometimes feel too […]
February 1, 2023

ACCOUNTING EXPLAINED TO KIDS

WHY DO WE NEED IT? The company has to make sure it has enough money. To pay for things it needs like rent and payroll for […]
January 28, 2023

Splitting income with family can save meaningful tax dollars

When my kids were young, they could often give me a splitting headache. As they got older, they began to give me opportunities for splitting income […]
January 19, 2023

Six tips to cut your spending, bust your debt and increase your money in 2023

From inflation to high interest rates and a possible recession, this year is off to a rough start for most Canadians, moneywise. But here’s a silver lining: The […]