Interest Rate Hike and Issue for Small Business

By : Knowledge Bureau Posted in: Breaking News, Bookkeeping and Accounting, Investment & Retirement
Debt is the number-one financial issue in Canada today, and things are about to get more urgent for mortgage holders and business owners who have significant debt. 

People in the News

By : Knowledge Bureau Posted in: Breaking News, Bookkeeping and Accounting, Tax Planning
Dong Wook (Andrew) Choi, DFA-Tax Services Specialist and MFA-Business Services Specialist knows why improving your professional education is so important this summer: 

Taxes on Rich Can be Unfair for Everyone

VIA: Knowledge Bureau Posted in: Strategic Thinking
In answer to the question posed in Knowledge Bureau’s May opinion poll, professional financial advisors from across Canada agreed by an overwhelming majority—78% to 22%—that top marginal tax rates close to, or over, 50% are not fair.

Education on Pre-Retirement Planning is Critical for Millennials

By: Evelyn Jacks Posted in: Strategic Thinking
Despite recent reports that Millennials are worried about facing tougher financial times in their retirement, a little information can go a long way for this well-educated generation.

What Tax Relief Replaces the Children’s Fitness and Arts Credits?

VIA: Knowledge Bureau Posted in: Strategic Thinking
Two federal family tax credits have disappeared in 2017: the Children’s Fitness Tax Credit and the Children’s Arts Amount. Is there anything families can do to shore up tax savings in light of this unfortunate news?