Taking stock of your TFSA (October 2019)
Tax-free savings accounts (TFSAs) have been around for a full
decade now, having been introduced in 2009, and for most Canadians,
a TFSA (along with a registered retirement savings plan (RRSP)) is
When are legal fees deductible? (October 2019)
In most cases, the need to seek out and obtain legal services (and
to pay for them) is associated with life’s more unwelcome
occurrences and experiences — a divorce, a dispute over a famil...
Structuring retirement income – what to do with your RRSP (October 2019)
As the baby boom generation ages, members of that generation must
switch their focus from the accumulation of retirement savings to
creating a structure which will ensure a steady flow of income
Shared-custody parents and the Canada Child Benefit (October 2019)
When parents separate and divorce, it is frequently the case that
they are able to agree on an arrangement to share custody of their
children. Such a shared-custody arrangement is often to the
Claiming a tax credit for out-of-pocket medical costs (September 2019)
Canadians are fortunate to benefit from a publicly funded health
care system, in which most costs of care ranging from routine
visits to a family doctor to intensive care in a hospital setting
Coming clean with the tax authorities - the Voluntary Disclosure Program (September 2019)
The Canadian tax system is a “self-assessing system” which relies
heavily on the voluntary co-operation of taxpayers. Canadians are
expected (in fact, in most cases, required), to complete...
Protecting your personal information - the Capital One data breach (September 2019)
By now, news of yet another data breach resulting in unauthorized
access to personal information — especially financial information —
has become so frequent as to seem almost commonplace. ...
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