In this episode, we dissect the intricate world of dividend investing, breaking down common assumptions and exploring its role within a well-rounded investment strategy.
An FHSA is a vehicle people can use to save for purchasing their first home while receiving a tax deduction on contributions. The money grows tax-free, and you can use it to buy a house without needing to refund the account; unlike the RRSP’s Home Buyers’ Plan.
Whether you’re a first-time home buyer or a seasoned real estate investor, understanding the intricacies of mortgages is a game-changer in your financial journey. With many potential pitfalls, confusing jargon, and seemingly endless options, proper guidance throughout the mortgage process is invaluable.
Countering bad advice, especially during tax season, is crucial. So we reached out to expert and tax specialist Réginald Pierre-Louis to bust several tax myths and give you the facts to help ensure that you file accurate returns. His expertise can help ensure that you receive money the government owes you and avoid penalties for underreporting.
Every year more complexity is added to the Canadian tax system, making it difficult for taxpayers to keep up to date. Understanding how to properly file your tax return and take advantage of deductions and credits can put more money back in your pocket.
Effective client meetings are about transparency and empowering investors to move forward confidently and with a clear vision of their financial future.
Estate planning should be a priority for every Canadian investor. Without a valid legal Will, the government is the decision-maker for the future your assets.
The Tax-Free First Home Savings Account (FHSA) is coming, giving first-time homebuyers the ability to save $40,000 towards the purchase of a home. What is the FHSA and what should you consider?
Tax return season can be quite a stressful time for many Canadian investors. With that in mind, we wanted to dedicate this episode to getting you up to speed on the key areas you should be thinking about as you prepare to file your tax return.
In this episode, Ruben and Hugh talk about the role of the executor of the estate, why it’s important to work with legal and financial professionals for estate planning, the implications of not having a proper will, how different types of investments are treated after death, why the winding up of an estate takes so long, and so much more!
Today we discuss the unique considerations doctors have when planning their finances – early career challenges, what to do about student loan debt, whether they benefit from forming a corporation, the advantages of RSPs and IPPS, and what doctors need to think about when it comes to retirement planning.
Hugh Campbell gets you up to speed on the key areas you should be thinking about as you prepare to file your tax returns this year.