Financial Trivia Contest - Win a Free Registration to DAC, Nov. 5-8 in Kelowna, BC

By : Knowledge Bureau Staff Posted in: Breaking News
How’s your luck? Try it out and get in on a chance to win a free registration to the Distinguished Advisor Conference (DAC) in the spectacular wine country of BC. Come to Kelowna and think more clearly about this year’s theme, Canada 150: Financial Advice at the Crossroads of Change. Here’s April’s question:

Position Your Business for Success in the Innovation Economy of Tomorrow

By : Knowledge Bureau Staff Posted in: Breaking News
The Federal Budget has put an emphasis on positioning Canada for success in the innovation economy of tomorrow. With so many businesses poised to change hands soon, advisors must be thinking about preparing the next generation of leaders for the new economy, despite disruptive trends and significant tax changes. The continuity, and even survival, of these companies could depend on your help.

People in the News

By : Knowledge Bureau Staff Posted in: Breaking News
Valuable designation for every advisor: Margaret Hodgson, DFA - Tax Services Specialist™, Manitoba

Life Purpose

By : Knowledge Bureau Staff Posted in: Breaking News
“Your work is going to fill a large part of your life, and the only way to be truly satisfied is to do what you believe is great work. And the only way to do great work is to love what you do. If you haven’t found it yet, keep looking. Don’t settle. As with all matters of the heart, you’ll know when you find it.” Steve Jobs

Manitoba Budget Hints at Tax Reform

By: Evelyn Jacks Posted in: Strategic Thinking
Manitobans were spared tax increases in the April 11, 2017, budget, but the breadth of change to its complicated and voluminous tax credit structure hints at more tax reforms to come.

Are You Missing Your Medical Expenses?

By : Knowledge Bureau Staff Posted in: Strategic Thinking
It pays to hunt down medical expenses and claim them over the best 12-month period ending in the tax year. There are numerous out-of-pocket expenses that qualify, ranging from batteries for hearing aids to driveway alteration costs for disabled family members... and most tax payers miss them.