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Canadians who focus on building their asset base will quickly grow their personal and family net worth – that’s the difference between the value of assets and the debt attached to them. Based on the December 7 release of the Survey of Financial Security for 2016, median net worth was up almost 15 percent to $295,100 over 2012 figures. The principal residence was the largest asset, followed by private pensions. But will this trend continue?
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Finance Canada will release new details on their “simplified” proposals on family income splitting today at 1:00 p.m. EST. Knowledge Bureau Report will provide full commentary in its next edition and at the January CE Summits, which will travel to six cities in January. Check out the detailed agenda and register now to secure attendance as this event sells out quickly.
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Last month Statistics Canada released a report titled “Labour in Canada,” citing statistics from the 2016 census. Employment rates, average earning potential, part-time work trends, and the number of older workers still in the workforce all point to promising opportunities for employment in the tax and financial services industries especially, which offer high earning potential for this demographic.