Life Purpose

Posted in: Strategic Thinking
“We can’t solve problems by using the same kind of thinking we used when we created them.” -Albert Einstein

Insurance Strategies Critical for Owner-Manager Planning

Posted in: Strategic Thinking, Bookkeeping and Accounting
Small business forms the backbone of the Canadian economy, yet only a minority of businesses successfully pass to new owners. Sophisticated strategies are needed to ensure greater success in the transition of business ownership.

Planning Required: Retirement Savings Shortfall is Enormous

Posted in: Strategic Thinking, Investment & Retirement
The World Economic Forum predicts that a dramatic retirement savings shortfall could hurt citizens in several of the top western nations, including the UK and Canada.(1) They suggest that the gap could be as big as US$428 trillion by 2050.

Will you thrive in this great era of disruption? Attend DAC’17 to find out how

Posted in: Strategic Thinking
Imagine being part of a 3-day think tank devoted to sharing strategies on how to best navigate this challenging, yet exciting era in the tax and financial services. That is the primary reason why our DAC delegates attend the conference year after year. 

People in the News

Posted in: Strategic Thinking
Rick Tomalty: I'm having more meaningful conversations with my clients thanks to Knowledge Bureau

Weigh In: Big Changes to CRA’s Voluntary Disclosures Program

By: Evelyn Jacks Posted in: Breaking News, Tax Planning
Big changes are coming to CRA’s Voluntary Disclosures Program (VDP) this fall. The proposals on the table will see the program evolve from an opportunity for taxpayers to correct errors and omissions, to an opportunity for government to use the program to generate revenues at a modest cost.