Category Archives: Tax
Prime Minister Trudeau also says the government won’t be changing the lifetime capital gains rule.
The Trudeau government took the first of several steps Monday to stanch the bleeding from a self-inflicted political wound, resurrecting a campaign promise to cut taxes for small businesses outraged by it’s controversial tax-reform proposals.
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If you’re a business owner who operates through a corporation, you have two main options for deferring taxes when investing your business profits. You can leave excess funds in your corporation for investing or you can withdraw funds and invest in an Registered Retirement Plan (RRSP).
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The March 22, 2017 federal budget (the “Budget”) included a number of tax measures that will impact Canadian taxpayers. Rather than summarize every tax measure included in the Budget document, this report, which was prepared from within the Budget lock-up today in Ottawa, will focus on some of the tax measures that are of most interest to individuals and small […]
Fraudsters are impersonating Canada Revenue Agency employees to dupe taxpayers
Investment Executive Industry News – By James Langton | July 11, 2016 14:35
The RCMP and the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) are warning again about the “taxpayer scam” as Canadians continue to be victimized almost daily.
Fraudsters impersonating […]
By: Jamie Golombek, CPA,CA,CFP,CLU,TEP| March 22,2016
Reposted with permission Renaissance Investments
The March 22, 2016 federal budget (“Budget 2016”) included a number of tax measures that will impact Canadian taxpayers. This report, which was prepared from within the budget lock-up in Ottawa, will focus on the tax measures that are of most interest to individuals and small business owners. To review the full […]
BY David Wm. Brown May 2, 2014
If you’ve been giving less to charity recently, you’re part of a trend. Statistics Canada reports Canadian charitable donations fell 1.9% to $8.3 billion in 2012. And the number of Canadians giving in 2012 slipped 1.4% to 5.6 million.
But there are reasons to give. Charitable aspirations can be tax-efficient. And, if you can’t give this year, it’s […]
The 2015 Federal Budget was the first for Finance Minister Joe Oliver, and it tabled a number of proposals that will impact the financial, tax and estate plans of Canadians. The following is a summary of the most relevant budget proposals that may impact financial advisors and their clients.
Federal Tax Rates
There are no changes to personal federal income tax rates […]
The Perspective Newsletter from Worldsource Financial Management Inc.
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Finance Minister Jim Flaherty unveiled the federal budget yesterday.
Our friends at Renaissance Investments offer a nice succinct explanation about what the new federal budget means for investors.
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