It may seem odd to see an article regarding personal tax planning right now; however, there is no better time than now to plan for next year.
Category: Personal Tax
The recent Federal Budget proposes changes to the tax treatment of WIP for professionals. These changes could have a large impact on tax bills.
As a self-employed physician, you will be responsible for your taxes. Make the transition from medical resident to practicing physician painless.
We are pleased to share commentary on the 2017 federal budget. This commentary does not originate from our office. Our subscription to the commentary allows for us to distribute …
March 1, 2017 is the RRSP contribution deadline for 2016. Below we discuss five benefits of contributing to your RRSP. Read more.
No one can say for sure if or when the capital gains inclusion rate will increase. Prepaying income tax could be expensive. So, what should you do?
With the dawn of GRE and non-GRE estates/trusts, Part XII.2 rules are now very much an issue for many non-GRE trusts.
In recent weeks and months, there has been increasing speculation that the Budget may include an increase to the capital gains inclusion rate.
In this issue, topics include: Tax Ticklers, Principal Residence Exemption, Employment Expenses, Meal Reimbursements, Taxpayer relief, and more.
Make sure you are in the best tax position possible before 2016 ends. Read these helpful tips to ensure you are maximizing your deductions.