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  • Transferring Business to Family Member in Canada

    As a baby-boomer coming close to retirement, you may consider transferring your business to a loved one in the future. Here are a few simple tips to get you started. more

  • New Tax Rate for the Canada Pension Plan (2016)

    The Federal Government is going to be taking more money from your paycheck and putting it towards the Canada Pension Plan. In doing this, their goal is to help support retired Canadians by giving them access to more retirement income. more

  • Tax Tips for Canadians Working Abroad

    If you are a Canadian who is working either permanently or temporarily abroad, there are many tax implications that you need to be aware of.  Tax implications are important things to consider for Canadian citizens who are working outside of Canada. more

  • How to Save Tax For A Non-Resident Investing in Canada

    If you are a non-resident investing in the Canadian real estate market, here are the top 5 tax tips that will help you save tax and avoid trouble from the Canada Revenue Agency. more

  • Tax Tips for Newcomers to Canada

    Are you a newcomer or know someone who is? Read this blog to learn more about Canadian taxes and the deductions and credits that are available to you.

  • Tax Implications for Canadians Doing Business in China

    The Chinese market represents a huge opportunity for Canadian businesses looking to expand and increase their sales. With that said, in this short video I will summarize the tax implications for Canadians doing business in China.

  • Tax Strategies for Physicians in Canada

    Are you a physician or medical doctor who ncludings tired of getting beat down by the taxman? In this article, we will share 4 unique tax saving strategies for medical doctors in Canada.

  • Top Tax Saving Strategies for Small Businesses Webinar

    If you missed our Webinar for Top Tax Saving Strategies for small businesses, you can watch it here!

  • How the 2016 Budget Could Affect CCPCs in Canada.

    Canadian-Controlled Private Companies (CCPCs) currently enjoy a low business federal tax rate of 10.5% for profits below $500,000. Profits that exceed $500,000 are taxed at a higher federal rate of 15%. Provincial tax rates are extra. Previously, the Conservative Government planned to reduce the low federal tax rate (10.5%) to 9% over four years. However, the newly elected Liberal Government will not be lowering the rate to 9%. Instead it will be kept at 10.5%.

  • 8 Ways to Reduce Taxes In Canada

    With the due date for Canadian taxes quickly approaching, have you ever wondered “how can I reduce my taxes?”. Read further to learn about how you can save the right way.


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