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Posted in: Strategic Thinking , Strategic Philanthropy, charitable donations, donation tax credit, philanthropy, charity, donations receipts, giving, MFA- Philanthropy
In the height of charitable giving season, a review of recent tax changes provides an opportunity for advisors and clients to plan more strategically, while maximizing tax savings and planning 2019 investments before year-end. Here’s a checklist of talking points for your December meetings:
Posted in: Strategic Thinking , Strategic Philanthropy, charitable giving, Millennials, philanthropy, legacy, donations, CAGP, Spire Philanthropy, impact investing, charity, millennial
A recent study shows that millennials care more about others than any other generation in recent history. But, the data also identifies an important gap: 49 percent don’t have a will at all, and only 31 percent have a will that’s up-to-date. Without proper estate planning, their assets may never end up in the hands of the organizations millennials want to invest in to make a difference.
Posted in: Strategic Thinking , Strategic Philanthropy, tax incentives, philanthropy, DAC speakers, CAGP, donation, charity, Ruth Mackenzie, gift giving
According to recent tax filing statistics, charitable giving has been on the decline in Canada – except in Manitoba! But that doesn’t mean that generosity ceases to exist. Philanthropic investment trends are changing, and people are giving back in new and different ways. That provides an important opportunity for advisors to help clients with a philanthropic conversation, while deepening their own professional fulfillment.
Posted in: Strategic Thinking , knowledge bureau, tax returns, charitable giving, Evelyn Jacks, income tax, tax courses, financial advisors, tax advisors, financial education, Knowledge Bureau poll, online education, Super Donor Credit, donation tax credit, charity tax credit, resolutions
In December, we asked Knowledge Bureau Report readers, “In your opinion, are tax and financial professionals taking the time to help clients understand the benefits of charitable giving?” In a surprising result, only 17 percent thought their peer group was spending enough time counselling their clients how to make donations in a tax-efficient way.
Posted in: Strategic Thinking , Financial Literacy, tax credits, knowledge bureau, charitable donations, Evelyn Jacks, tax courses, financial education, tax benefits, charitable donation claims, donating to charity, First Time Donor’s Super Credit, tax-efficient planning, tax incentives
In the spirit of the season, it’s heartwarming to know that the vast majority of Canadians are lending a helping hand to those in need. And what goes around comes around: be sure to inform your clients about tax credits they may qualify for, thanks to their generosity.
Posted in: Strategic Thinking, Did You Know, Tax Planning , charity schemes
For the 2013 and future tax years, CRA will be allowed to collect up to 50% of the taxes they think are owing as a result of your participation in the scheme, even if you decide to file a Notice of Objection.