Personal Finance

Why Politics on Both Sides of the Border Could Cost You at Tax Time

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The federal government has no plans to adjust capital gains taxes, but Canadian business owners need to be aware of other potential changes on the horizon

Why Now’s a Good Time to Review Your Financial Plan

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Check your progress against your money goals at least once a year, financial planners advise

The Tax Tip That Could Save You Hundreds of Thousands of Dollars

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A perfectly legal way for small business owners and solopreneuers to slash their tax bills

9 Ways the 2016 Federal Budget Could Affect Your Business

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The Trudeau government's first budget contained a shock on the small business tax rate, and some smaller let-offs

Why You Shouldn’t Wait to Write Your Will

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When it comes to laying out your wishes, there's no time like the present say experts. What delaying could cost your estate

What Federal Tax Changes Will Mean for Business Owners

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Taxes on high-income earners are rising, but there are still ways to maximize your after-tax wealth

How to Actually Keep Your Financial Resolutions

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It takes more than wishful thinking to realize the promises you make to yourself every New Year's. What you need instead

Why New Entrepreneurs Need to Work on Their Financial Literacy Skills

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Two-fifths of the small business owners surveyed failed Intuit Canada's 10-question quiz

You’re Selling Your Business. What Next?

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Don't hold on till the bitter end just because you're scared of change. Seven steps to a successful post-exit life

The Cost of Meeting Mortgage Requirements is Higher for Solopreneurs

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Self-employed Canadians looking to buy homes may have to increase tax exposure say brokers