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Tax Tip: Writing Off Your Investment Interest Costs

The difference between good and bad debt often lies in its tax deductibility. Those who leverage their assets as part of their strategic plan to build wealth will often do so more successfully by earning more income and increasing their net worth. However, should you borrow to invest? Claiming tax-deductible interest is often the only consolation for the eroding effect that the costs of debt can have on personal wealth. Here’s what you need to know this tax season:

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Easter Egg Hunt Planned?

Okay, we admit, it’s a stretch, but we wanted to hop into the spirit, and surprise you, our Knowledge Bureau Report readers, with a tuition treat to celebrate the long weekend!

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Missing on Task Force: Female Entrepreneurs

The government has recently appointed a new Task Force on Women in the Economy.  However, what’s missing among the 18 educated and highly qualified women on the board* is representation from the many women who, through self-employment and independent business ownership, contribute so much to growth in our economy. That’s a big miss.  Here is why that is important: 

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