Between energy sector lows, tightened mortgage rules, and the potential for new border taxes, sometimes it feels like Canadians just can’t catch a break.
RRSP season is upon us! Time to go through the couch covers and scrounge up the last of our savings to make that all-important contribution. Let’s look at some fundamental concepts of RRSPs.
The start of a new year for most Canadians signals a feeling of optimism, a time of reflection, and a renewed sense of setting goals.
As Bill Murray famously noted, the best way to teach kids about taxes is by eating 30% of their ice cream.
The arrival of fall is a great time to start thinking about, and making plans to prepare your personal income tax return.
As a new year begins and tax season approaches we would like to offer a couple of tax-saving resolutions to add to your list.
No matter what kind of taxpayer you are, 2014 is a tax year full of changes that will affect your tax return. Before starting your tax return, take a moment to acquaint yourself with the many changes to the Federal return and with those that apply to your own province.
I don’t like getting bills in the mail. I don’t have home delivery from Canada Post and it is currently -15 C in my neighborhood. That’s why I have arranged for all or most of my business correspondence addressed to arrive by email or online.