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Old Age Security (OAS) and the Guaranteed Income Supplement (GIS) are indexed quarterly through a somewhat complicated formula designed to keep pace with the Consumer Price Index. But we now know what the total benefit will be for 2019, and what planning needs to take place to maximize it.
With the federal election in full swing, tax changes and promises abound. Last month we asked you what you really thought about one key issue: is this the right time for a meaningful tax reform in Canada? The results are in, and overwhelmingly Canadian advisors are ready for a change as 92.37% said yes. Their comments are worth the read: astute and thoughtful.
Will you be in Toronto October 28? Then make sure you reserve your spot at the next Vantage Series Event on October 28 at the National Club. Get up close and personal with top CEOs on Bay Street and beyond, as they give you their views on future of wealth management. Don’t miss this opportunity to meet the leaders who will share insightful “aha” moments with you. Here are the details:
On September 20, 2019, Statistics Canada released the 2nd quarter report on Canadian job vacancies* and things are looking good for Canadian employees. Bottom line: good jobs appear to be available, with vacancy rates at their highest levels since 2015. Where are we seeing the biggest growth in job opportunities and how is the financial services industry performing? Let’s look at the numbers: