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It took me almost a decade to pay off my student loans. Three years after graduation, I finally secured a stable, full-time job. By then, the added responsibilities of rent, bills and other expenses meant that I couldn’t pay my two loans off as quickly as I’d hoped. Still, I only owed $15,000. Most students […]
Carlie Weinreb has been doing taxes since she was just four years old. And she has some advice for you.
The amendments don’t change much for top earners—if they earn more than $200,000, they’ll still be taxed at the 33% rate, say experts.
Budget 2016 included some changes to CPP, the OAS allowance, and Employment Insurance. Here’s what you need to know.
Advisors can breathe a sigh of relief: no change to the capital gains rate in the federal budget.