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Posted in: Strategic Thinking , DAC, tax services specialist, distinguished financial advisor, Puerto Vallarta, DFA, bookkeeping services specialist, DAC 2018, Graduates in the news, grads in the news, DAC 2019
The Distinguished Advisor Conference (DAC) was the best yet in its 15-year history, held in Quebec City last week. Not only were the educational sessions delivered by Canada’s top thought leaders in tax and wealth planning issues; the networking was outstanding. Check out our picture gallery (coming soon!) and this glimpse of comments from those who were there:
Posted in: Strategic Thinking , master financial advisor, distinguished financial advisor, grads in the news, designates, Gradudate, Graduates, Delegates, Frank Arnold, Planning with Trusts
Frank Arnold of Woodville, Ontario completed Knowledge Bureau’s Use of Trusts in Tax and Estate Planning course while pursuing his Master Financial Advisor - Retirement and Succession Services Specialist credentials. He explained why lifelong learning is essential in the tax and financial services: “I feel that learning never really ends. Rules and legislative changes are created constantly, therefore, giving up on learning means giving up on valuable expertise.”
Posted in: Strategic Thinking , tax services specialist, distinguished financial advisor, DFA, Graduates in the news, grads in the news, Nancy Folliott, designates, students, Wayne Blackmere, Death of a Taxpayer
“When a company invests in employee training and development, employees feel valued and appreciated. I am thrilled to offer extra learning opportunities to my employees through the Knowledge Bureau,” says Wayne Blackmere, DFA - Tax Services Specialist and Liberty Tax Franchise Owner.
Posted in: Strategic Thinking , tax preparation, Financial Literacy, distinguished financial advisor, financial education, holistic advice, Graduates in the news, holistic financial planning, designates, Troy Harrison
Troy Harrison of Winnipeg, shares why investing in education as an advisor, isn’t just about career advancement. Education also helps advisors forge trust with clients. His focus now is to cultivate and nurture his client relationships and inspire other advisors to do the same.
Posted in: Strategic Thinking , tax preparation, Financial Literacy, bookkeeping course, distinguished financial advisor, financial education, DFA, bookkeeping services specialist, Graduates in the news, Nancy Folliott, Knowledge Bureau graduates, Connie Zhu
"When it comes to education, we are all looking for something different. Knowledge Bureau offers that variety”, states Connie Zhu, of Richmond, BC.
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“How am I going to qualify for the home I want?” That’s the question on the minds of prospective home buyers as a complex real estate market, and stringent mortgage criteria threatens their ownership dreams. Seeking sound financial advice can help.