Changing Tacks: Ottawa Turns to Stimulus. The first budget of a new government is always an economic and a policy document. The launch of a new governing party, and an equally significant shifting in the economic winds, has the federal budget making a sharp change in tack, with stimulus and redistribution becoming the key themes. Good news is that personal tax rates do not change! The 2015-16 Tax Kit Review by Jamie Golombeck of CIBC Wealth Management can assist.
Enjoy a thoughtful breakdown by Avery Shenfeld of CIBC Economics. CIBC Economics Federal budget Review 2016
You know the old adage about the two certainties in life? Well that may be changing as baby boomers age, more flexible solutions for the Trillion dollar transfer of wealth are emerging such as “living inheritances” and “incentive trusts”
At Doyle Hunter Advisory Group, we make it our mission to ensure every family has an important discussion about an often difficult topic: Estate Planning. Wy work so hard and accomplish so much only to leave chaos, fees and yes even more taxes to pay (Learn More)
Financial issues including taxes are always top of mind for our clients during the first three months of each year. Completing your personal taxes assists you to focus on the after-tax savings and investing necessary to meet your financial goals. If you are fortunate enough to receive a tax refund what should you do with it? Read more
Unlike the U.S., Canada no longer has any form of estate or inheritance tax. Yet despite this, death can trigger a significant income tax bill that, if not properly planned for, can leave an unexpected liability when a loved one passes away. Read PDF
An RRSP allows you to set aside a portion of your income for retirement, deferring tax on both the funds initially contributed as well as on any earnings on the invested funds until the time of withdrawal (or death). Here are ten RRSP hacks that will help you reap the full benefits of your RRSP contributions. Read PDF
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