A thorough analysis of today’s financial news—delivered weekly to your inbox or via social media. As part of Knowledge Bureau’s interactive network, the Report covers current issues on the tax and financial services landscape and provides a wide range of professional benefits, including access to peer-to-peer blogs, opinion polls, online lessons, and vital industry information from Canada’s only multi-disciplinary financial educator.
Will the current income inclusion rate of 50% for capital gains be increased to 75% after the next federal election? It’s an idea that’s been floated by at least one of the parties and a bad one at that, says the vast majority of KBR July poll respondents. Many are especially concerned about a lack of fairness, and a dire impact on the Canadian economy, and they had plenty to say about that.
Tax knowledge matters. It’s the hot value-add for anyone in the business of providing financial advice. Two new reports highlight why: the tax burden of the average Canadian is significant, and helping your clients understand key tax savings opportunities matters when implementing sound wealth management strategies today.
Good leaders are hard to find. It’s a secret ingredient for business and career growth because these skills can help you navigate the significant changes that are occurring in the economy today. Why does it matter? Because you will be better able to grow a highly engaged team for your mutual success. It's the key reason why the Business Builder Retreat (BBR), this November in Puerto Vallarta, is such an important learning opportunity. You’ll be treated to the wisdoms and experience of Knowledge Bureau author of the course Business Leadership, Culture, and Continuity, Joanne Sigurdson who will be joined by 7 other compelling speakers and holistic health practitioners to enlighten you as you build your strategic leadership skills.
Chenine Humphrey attended the Distinguished Advisor Conference (DAC) for the third consecutive year and shares her enthusiasm for the experience: “I literally sat riveted at the edge of my seat, gleaning a wealth of information and knowledge throughout the conference!”
With increasing fears of an imminent recession on the horizon, it is useful to remember September 15, 2008. That’s when the fourth largest investment bank in the U.S., Lehman Brothers, applied for the largest bankruptcy filing in U.S. history. It was a shock that exasperated the financial crisis that followed. Does the Canadian economy have the economic resilience to compete powerfully through another dramatic downturn? It’s the heady theme advisors will explore at this year’s Distinguished Advisor Conference, November 10-13 in Puerto Vallarta, together with 19 outstanding thought leaders. Meet them and their interesting topics in this Special Report.