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Posted in: Strategic Thinking, Current Issue , Venture Capital, Financial Literacy, Financial Advisor, knowledge bureau, Evelyn Jacks, distinguished advisor conference, tax courses, Canadian economy, tax education, Canadian business, CE summits, US tax, Trump, IRS, cross-border tax, US tax reform, self-study, repatriation tax, Canadians in the US, Canadians abroad, Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, shareholders in foreighn corporations, Cross boarder Taxation course
Donald Trump’s U.S. tax reforms are having a significant spillover effect north of the border, as many individuals with private businesses in Canada are facing an enormous tax bills in the U.S. If your client base includes any corporation in which a U.S. shareholder controls at least 10 percent of the voting rights or value, you need to know the details of this punitive measure.
Posted in: Strategic Thinking, Current Issue , Financial Advisor, knowledge bureau, Evelyn Jacks, Small Business, distinguished advisor conference, digital age, ce credits, entrepreneur, financial conference, CE summits, artificial intelligence, wealth advisor, leadership courses, investors, leadership development, leadership retreat, Business Builder Retreat, holistic wealth management, business building, value-add, adding value, relationship managaement, A.I., Advanced Family Tax Preparation
A new report demonstrates that many advisors are unprepared to meet the changing demands of their clients, particularly with regards to holistic goal planning in wealth management. This will be among the top things that 50 percent of investors will look for when selecting an advisor by 2022.
Posted in: Strategic Thinking, Current Issue , Financial Literacy, DAC, knowledge bureau, Evelyn Jacks, distinguished advisor conference, financial advisors, ce credits, tax advisors, financial education, Quebec City, financial conferences Canadian conferences, networking events, Aaron Robertson, Alitis Investment Counsel
It’s time to register for the 2018 Distinguished Advisor Conference in Quebec City and make it your conference this year! Aaron Robertson from Alitis Investment Counsel was already thinking about making it his after last year’s event. Hear what he had to say and join us.
Posted in: Strategic Thinking , DAC, knowledge bureau, Evelyn Jacks, Small Business, distinguished advisor conference, wealth management, cross border taxation, CE summits, business taxation, NAFTA, Dr. Jack Mointz, Canada's competitiveness, cross border trade, global portfolio management, working abroad
After decades of calm, the issue of competitiveness is front and centre for Canada. To address the best interests of your clients, your deeper knowledge about the emerging North American tax and trade reforms will serve you well, and there is no better person to help you interpret the changes than DAC Keynote speaker, celebrated tax expert and economist Dr. Jack Mintz.
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Your passion statement is all about the “why?” When’s the last time you took the time to reconsider why you do what you do? Whether you’re a proprietor or have leadership aspirations to grow your career, this is the driving force that is the basis of your business goals. Join Knowledge Bureau to recommit to your life’s work at November’s Business Builder Retreat.
Posted in: Strategic Thinking , Financial Literacy, High Net Worth, knowledge bureau, Evelyn Jacks, retirement planning, distinguished advisor conference, retirement income, financial education, entrepreneur, leadership development, Business Builder Retreat, Canada's wealth, Business Builder Program, leadrship retreat, leadership course
According to the 2016 Survey of Financial Security, released in December of 2017, median net worth increased in Canada by 14.7 percent since 2012. The big ticket to success? Turns out, it’s real estate, pensions and according to other studies, entrepreneurship.