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Investing in assets that have the potential to accrue in value can come with both risks and rewards. From a tax point of view, a capital gain on those assets has two distinct advantages: there is no taxation on accrued values until disposition (actual or deemed), and only one half of the gains are added to taxable income. Here’s why it’s important to fully understand the advantages:
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With Canada’s competitiveness in question, and many wondering if our complex tax system puts us at a global economic disadvantage, a new report from the Fraser Institute answers an important question. Does increasing income tax rates for high net worth taxpayers help or hinder Canada’s fiscal outlook?
Old Age Security (OAS) rates are indexed quarterly according to the consumer price index, and third quarter rates for July to September bring good news for Canadian seniors who received no raise in the second quarter of 2019.
Our June poll question was one of the most popular and controversial to date with our readers. 95% felt strongly that the CRA’s settlement with KPMG demonstrates a lack of fairness and equity within Canada’s tax system.