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Ontario to eliminate probate tax on estates under $50,000

The provincial budget also said the government would extend the deadline for filing estate returns

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Ontario man fined more than $115K for fraudulent child tax benefit claims

The CRA says the benefits were claimed for children who didn’t exist or never entered Canada

  • By: Staff
  • April 11, 2019 April 11, 2019
  • 14:47
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Tax implications of divorce, Part 2

Settling different types of property

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Tax implications of divorce, Part 1

Dividing assets and navigating tax credits

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Budget 2019 could mean more tax payable for fundholders

Department of Finance expects to gain $350 million by 2024 from proposals

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Federal NDP would raise capital gains tax to 75%

The $3 billion raised would go toward pharmacare, childcare and housing

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CRA publishes Q2 prescribed interest rates

The rate decreased for corporate taxpayers' pertinent loans or indebtedness

  • By: Staff
  • March 29, 2019 March 29, 2019
  • 10:26
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Put deferral loss in perspective for Ontario business owners

Find out how loss of the small business deduction could affect your client

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Make TOSI less taxing for your business-owner client

Where to find clues to help solve the puzzle

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Why to cheer the IPP’s defined benefit provision

The DB provision will always provide a larger benefit than the DC provision

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Supreme Court ruling a reminder to advisors about disability planning tool

The top court said Henson trusts shouldn’t interfere with subsidized housing eligibility

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Managing estate holdbacks

Helping executors decide how much to keep aside for complicated estates

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Clients day trading in their TFSAs? They’re ultimately liable for the tax

Issuers are only "joint and severally liable" to a point

Are tax refunds a cash windfall or bad planning?

An updated look at how clients could be putting refund money to work year-round

Tax implications of the new first-time homebuyer incentive

Experts highlight the missing details

Budget 2019: Everything you need to know

Stock options, annuities and first-time homebuyers—all of Advisor.ca's coverage in one place

  • By: Staff
  • March 19, 2019 April 2, 2019
  • 19:41

The clearance certificate: what it is, and why it matters

Providing executors with peace of mind

Multiple taxation on death: the taxpayer’s nightmare

Steps to limit tax in other jurisdictions

Supreme Court ruling confirms viability of Henson trusts

The top court said the trusts should not interfere with eligibility for subsidized housing