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Tax and the Bitcoin: Real Money Owing to CRA

Posted: January 09, 2018 By : Knowledge Bureau Staff
Posted in: Strategic Thinking , Financial Literacy, CRA, dividends, investments, trading, knowledge bureau, Evelyn Jacks, income tax, tax courses, bitcoin, tax education, financial education, Real Wealth Manager, interest, capital gains tax, taxation issues, Bitcoin value, Bitcoin trading, tax on digital currency, gold, PayPal tax

“Bitcoin Rush” is all over the news as speculators have tried to get in on the trend which saw skyrocketing values at the end of 2017. But there is a spoiler: gains on trading digital currencies like Bitcoins are subject to taxation in Canada, a liability that must be settled in real dollars.

Labour Report Points to Financial Services Employment Opportunities

Posted: December 13, 2017 By : Knowledge Bureau Staff
Posted in: Strategic Thinking , Financial Literacy, Financial Advisor, knowledge bureau, Evelyn Jacks, retirement planning, tax courses, financial education, Real Wealth Manager, self-employment, retirement statistics, Executive Business Builder Program, online courses, entrepreneurs, employment opportunities, Labour in Canada, Labour Statistics, employment rates in Canada, starting your own business

Last month Statistics Canada released a report titled “Labour in Canada,” citing statistics from the 2016 census. Employment rates, average earning potential, part-time work trends, and the number of older workers still in the workforce all point to promising opportunities for employment in the tax and financial services industries especially, which offer high earning potential for this demographic.

Celebrate Financial Literacy Month and Enhance Your Education

Posted: November 21, 2017 By : Knowledge Bureau Staff
Posted in: Strategic Thinking , Financial Literacy, knowledge bureau, Evelyn Jacks, tax courses, wealth management, tax education, financial education, Real Wealth Manager, entrepreneur, thought leadership, leadership courses, Executive Business Builder Program, adult education, financial courses, online courses, adult learning, financial literacy month, Malcolm Knowles, leadership training

November is financial literacy month, and it’s the perfect time to take advantage of educational opportunities before Knowledge Bureau’s December 15 registration deadline for Designation Programs.

Proactively Addressing Change in the Financial Services Industry

Posted: October 10, 2017 By : Knowledge Bureau Staff
Posted in: Strategic Thinking , Financial Planning, Financial Advisor, investments, knowledge bureau, Evelyn Jacks, distinguished advisor conference, paul bates, financial services, financial education, entrepreneur, innovative thinking, thought leadership, financial advice, future-proof, business development, leadership, wealth manager, insurance advisor, insurance broker, Todd Hynes, ivari, insurance benefits, insurance options

It’s undeniable that the financial advisory and insurance industries will face dramatic changes in the upcoming weeks, months and years. Two distinguished speakers at this year’s Distinguished Advisor Conference (DAC) in Kelowna, November 5 – 8, will challenge you to think about two key issues:  people matter in a contentious world and the prescriptive sales process just doesn’t work anymore.

Advisors Get Investors Better Returns, Global Report Finds

Posted: October 03, 2017 VIA: Knowledge Bureau
Posted in: Strategic Thinking , Financial Literacy, knowledge bureau, TFSA, Evelyn Jacks, rrsp, financial advisors, Canadian economy, wealth management, wealth managers, tax education, financial education, value proposition, high-net-worth clients, Real Wealth Manager Program, World Wealth Report, millionaires, investment success, stock market, investment returns, portfolios

There are more millionaires in the world than ever, according to Capgemini’s World Wealth Report 2017, and those whose portfolios are overseen by wealth managers achieved robust gains of 24.3 per cent on average — far exceeding benchmark performance.