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Paying RRSP, TFSA investment fees from outside the accounts not an advantage, Finance says

The department acknowledges there often isn't a tax motivation when doing so

Family plays

Conservatives promise increased adoption tax credit

Parents would also be eligible for paid leave through EI

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Singh calls Liberal luxury tax a ‘distraction’

The NDP has proposed a tax on people whose wealth exceeds $20 million

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People’s Party promises corporate tax cut, end to capital gains

The party says it would reduce corporate taxes from 15% to 10% over the course of one mandate

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CRA announces prescribed interest rates for Q4

The rate decreased for corporate taxpayers’ pertinent loans or indebtedness

  • By: Staff
  • October 1, 2019 October 1, 2019
  • 10:21

Conservatives would expand disability tax credit eligibility

The proposal would lower the threshold for the credit, allowing 35,000 more people to qualify

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Liberals target wealthy with luxury tax

The party's platform also promised to prevent businesses from reducing taxes by deducting debt from their earnings

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Tories, Grits pledge help for green renos

Both parties say they’ll help voters pay for improvements to their homes

A happy ending for another Form T1135 debacle

A Tax Court judge found the CRA was overzealous in issuing a penalty for late filing


How to deal with income and capital beneficiaries

Executors may have to balance conflicting interests

  • By: James Dolan
  • September 20, 2019 September 20, 2019
  • 15:00

Tax changes looming for employees receiving stock options

Help clients navigate the new rules

Liberals pitch guaranteed paid leave for parents in child’s first year

The party also promised to enhance the Canada Child Benefit by 15% for parents of children under the age of one

Conservatives pledge RESP boost

The party would raise the Canada Education Savings Grant amount to 30% on annual contributions

Conservatives promise to bring back children’s fitness, arts tax credits

Parents would receive a 15% refundable tax credit on eligible expenses

How the global privacy debate is playing out in Canada

Legislation affects disclosures on trusts, real estate and corporations

Hanging on to HNW assets

A large proportion of wealth managers regard intergenerational wealth transfer as an opportunity to win clients

  • By: Staff
  • August 22, 2019 August 22, 2019
  • 15:07

Can your client disinherit a child?

A court decision in Nova Scotia has implications for estate planning