All items tagged with: holistic wealth management
Posted in: Strategic Thinking , tax preparation, Real Wealth Management, CRA, knowledge bureau, Canada Revenue Agency, Evelyn Jacks, Tax Specialist, tax compliance, holistic wealth management, holistic tax planning, financial analysis
Tax specialists add tremendous value over and above the role of a traditional tax preparer. Rather than just calculating and filing the annual return, they offer holistic tax planning advice to reduce a family’s overall tax liability over the long run. They certainly use their knowledge, experience and skills to maximize refundable and non-refundable tax credits in the short term; but their long-term role is deeper and broader.
Posted in: Strategic Thinking , DAC, Financial Advisor, knowledge bureau, gender equality, relationship management, Evelyn Jacks, distinguished advisor conference, Liberal government, Morneau, immigration, Federal Budget 2018, diversity, holistic wealth management, inclusion, female entrepreneurs, DAC speakers, DAC 2018, Caroline Ouellette
Addressing workplace diversity and inclusion is a core approach for achieving the higher standards of care demanded of today’s tax consultants and financial advisors. But what does it take to rise above our “Canadian Privilege” to achieve better results for a changing demographic landscape in your advisory practice?
Posted in: Strategic Thinking , Debt Management, Real Wealth Management, Financial Literacy, Debt, family finances, knowledge bureau, Evelyn Jacks, Essential Tax Facts, financial education, holistic wealth management, retirement planning tax-efficient income
A recent Fidelity Investment report points out that debt is one of the biggest issues that drives couples apart, with 36 percent saying that money is their biggest marital hurdle. But many couples also struggle to communicate about financial matters that could lead to repercussions down the road. The help of astute tax and financial advisors is critical.
Posted in: Strategic Thinking , Debt Management, Real Wealth Management, Financial Literacy, Financial Advisor, investment, knowledge bureau, interest rates, Evelyn Jacks, real estate, master financial advisor, retirement income, financial education, mortgage stress test, mortgage lenders, Retirement and Estate Services Specialist, holistic wealth management, Canadian debt levels, debt to income ratio, qualifying for a mortgage, wealth building, Tax Strategies for Investors
In January, a new mortgage stress test was put in place requiring Canadian home buyers to qualify at rates higher than the benchmark interest rates imposed by the Bank of Canada and individual lenders. The implications to Canadian debt levels and the housing market are factors advisors should consider when offering holistic advice to clients.
Posted in: Strategic Thinking , Real Wealth Management, Financial Literacy, knowledge bureau, relationship management, financial advisors, wealth managers, financial education, CE summits, Executive Business Builder Program, online courses, Business Builder Retreat, holistic wealth management, client-centric strategies, fifnancial advisor studies, future of wealth management, evelyn Jcks
Volatility is cited as the largest threat to the financial markets and 73 percent of advisors involved in the Natixis Investment Managers 2018 Global Financial Professionals Survey believe this will affect performance. Close to 90 percent believe their primary role is to help clients get through the emotional roller coaster – and their success increasingly hinges on this skillset as economic uncertainty rises.
Posted in: Strategic Thinking , Financial Literacy, Financial Advisor, self-employed, knowledge bureau, Evelyn Jacks, tax courses, master financial advisor, retirement income, bookkeeping courses, financial education, tax preparer, entrepreneur, tax careers, holistic wealth management, bookkeeping career, online, pre-retirees, work stress, health risks, Retirement services specialist, self-study
Demanding careers and workplace stress can lead to premature death in men with existing health issues, according to a new study, although women seem to fair better. It speaks to the need for financial advisors to sit down with their boomer clients and have a frank talk about how long to work if the couple is serious about living their dream retirement.