Life Purpose: Ideas vs Execution

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“Ideas are a commodity. Execution of them is not.” —Michael Dell, founder & CEO, Dell Technologies

Thought Leaders: What Characteristic Should Every Entrepreneur Possess?

By : Knowledge Bureau Posted in: Breaking News, Practice Management, Strategic Thinking, knowledge bureau, Evelyn Jacks, professional development, entrepreneur, innovative thinking, thought leadership, Executive Business Builders Network, Executive Business Builders Program, career growth, business development, EBBP, future-proof careers
Our new Executive Business Builders Network features some of the best entrepreneurial minds in the financial services industry. As we band together to future-proof this industry and our careers through discussion, we’d also like your feedback.

How Can Advisors Address Canada’s Debt Issue?

VIA: Knowledge Bureau Posted in: Strategic Thinking
The Bank of Canada’s interest rate hike this month and the increase of prime rates by the big banks have made effective debt management even more important for Canadians.

People in the News

Posted in: Strategic Thinking
Ottawa-based financial professional Marc Ouellet has this to say about Knowledge Bureau’s Advanced Tax-Efficient Retirement Income Planning course

Changes to Corporate Income-Splitting Rules Could Hurt Women and Families

By : Evelyn Jacks, MFA, DFA-Tax Services Specialist Posted in: Strategic Thinking, Federal Government, dividends, knowledge bureau, Evelyn Jacks, income tax, Small Business, distinguished advisor conference, income splitting, finance canada, financial education, entrepreneur, post-secondary education, CE summits, Canadian income tax, Morneau, gender inequality, gender issues, women and families, taxation of private corporations, feminism, income tax reform, tax planning strategy, gender statistics, income tax proposals, tax for stay-at-home parents
Finance Canada’s controversial proposals on the taxation of private corporations, which require comments on the changes by October 2, will potentially affect businesspeople of all income levels, from all walks of life, who serve and employ Canadians in their hometowns across Canada. However, they will also affect families and, in particular, women.