The “Best Ever” DAW Becomes the Cutting-Edge CE Summits!

This past spring, we were excited to receive some of the best reviews we’ve ever had for our series of Distinguished Advisor Workshops (DAW). Here’s what some had to say:

Hurry, Summer School Tuition is about to Heat Up!

There has never been a better time to register for your summertime learning! But you’ll need to hurry to save on tuition, as the deadline is this Thursday, June 30, at noon. After that, tuition will rise on July 1. 

Don’t Delay, the DAC 2017 Early-Bird Deadline Is Approaching Fast!

Did you know that the DAC 2017 Early-Bird Deadline is this Friday, June 30? It’s time to mark your calendar and register to join us in Kelowna, November 5–8, before time runs out!

Insurance Strategies Critical for Owner-Manager Planning

Small business forms the backbone of the Canadian economy, yet only a minority of businesses successfully pass to new owners. Sophisticated strategies are needed to ensure greater success in the transition of business ownership.

Planning Required: Retirement Savings Shortfall is Enormous

The World Economic Forum predicts that a dramatic retirement savings shortfall could hurt citizens in several of the top western nations, including the UK and Canada.(1) They suggest that the gap could be as big as US$428 trillion by 2050.

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. 

Interest Rate Hike and Issue for Small Business

Debt is the number-one financial issue in Canada today, and things are about to get more urgent for mortgage holders and business owners who have significant debt. 
 
 
Knowledge Bureau Poll Question

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

  • Yes
    196 votes
    44.44%
  • No
    245 votes
    55.56%