Tax Tips for Investors — Maximize RRSP Deductions: Check Out Your Notice of Assessment

Well, tax filing season should be over officially for most individuals— and that means it’s already time to think RRSP season! Will you be topping up?

Will you thrive in this great era of disruption? Attend DAC’17 to find out how

Imagine being part of a 3-day think tank devoted to sharing strategies on how to best navigate this challenging, yet exciting era in the tax and financial services. That is the primary reason why our DAC delegates attend the conference year after year. 

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Weigh In: Big Changes to CRA’s Voluntary Disclosures Program

Big changes are coming to CRA’s Voluntary Disclosures Program (VDP) this fall. The proposals on the table will see the program evolve from an opportunity for taxpayers to correct errors and omissions, to an opportunity for government to use the program to generate revenues at a modest cost.

Separation and Divorce Have Tax Consequences

Mid life crisis?  According to Statistics Canada, there are about 71,000 divorces in Canada each year. In fact, over 40% of marriages will end up in divorce, and it can be very expensive - before and after tax!

Working with Older Clients? You’ll Want to Understand the Use of Trusts

Recent tax changes require forethought in planning for high-income earners, and in the preparation of final returns for deceased single taxpayers.

Procrastinators with Proprietorships: Tax Filing Deadline Looms!

Boomers and Millennials beware:  if you are a new sole proprietor a tax deadline looms this week. 
Knowledge Bureau Poll Question

Do you think Canadian provinces should raise the minimum wage to $15?

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