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Tax Tips for Investors — Maximize RRSP Deductions: Check Out Your Notice of Assessment

Posted: June 21, 2017
Posted in: Strategic Thinking, Investment & Retirement, Tax Planning
Well, tax filing season should be over officially for most individuals— and that means it’s already time to think RRSP season! Will you be topping up?

Planning Required: Retirement Savings Shortfall is Enormous

Posted: June 21, 2017
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.

Interest Rate Hike and Issue for Small Business

Posted: June 14, 2017 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. 

Make Hay While the Sun Shines! Time for Summer School

Posted: June 14, 2017 By : Knowledge Bureau
Posted in: Breaking News, Bookkeeping and Accounting, Investment & Retirement, Succession & Estate Planning, Tax Planning
Time to sign up for summer school with an early registration incentive at Knowledge Bureau. 

Prescribed Interest Rates Remain Unchanged

Posted: July 03, 2015 By: Walter Harder
Posted in: Breaking News, Economic News, Investment & Retirement, Tax Planning
For the seventh quarter in a row, the prescribed interest rates remain unchanged. 

High Standard Upheld in Will Validity Challenge

Posted: June 09, 2015 By : Greer Jacks
Posted in: Your Professional Development, Investment & Retirement, Tax Planning
Back in 1851, a decision in Russel v. Jackson reasoned that when the validity of a Will is challenged, the solicitor’s file should be disclosed in certain circumstances to provide insight into the views and intentions of the testator, or the objects and purposes for which dispositions have been made in the Will.