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  Welcome back to The Clumsy Traveler’s financial planning series to save for an amazing vacation. Today’s post will tell you everything I do to save before traveling or making any major travel purchases. If you’re wondering where I’m going for my birthday trip the answer is: No, I still haven’t chosen my location. This […]…
03.28 / 13:14
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Jared Ali was late to the TFSA party, but by mimicking an investment legend he's making up for lost time The post When investing, copy what works appeared first on…
03.28 / 12:36
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Supply and demand factors in GTHA may impact The post Ontario budget to include housing affordability measures appeared first on…
03.28 / 12:36
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When interest rates climb, investors should pay closer attention to the sectors they own The post What stocks to buy as rates rise appeared first on…
03.28 / 12:36
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Investors continue to favour higher-fee active investments when lower-fee passive strategies are clearly better for them The post Investors can recognize value. Why won’t they act on it? appeared first on M…
03.28 / 12:36
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Institutional investors are making the shift to ETFs. Is it time retail investors follow suit? The post Institutional investors increasingly turning to ETFs appeared first on…
03.28 / 12:36
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Tesla Inc founder and Chief Executive Elon Musk has reportedly launched a company called Neuralink Corp through which computers could merge with human…
03.28 / 12:26
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The new policy would only extend to federally regulated employees -- but that could be just the…
03.28 / 12:26
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Bill Morneau says the Liberal government has not decided how to tax marijuana, but is instead focused on making sure it stays out of the hands of children and…
03.28 / 12:26
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Kraft Heinz Co. has laid off 200 white-collar workers in Canada and the United…
03.28 / 12:20
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As technology evolves, so do the techniques thieves use to trick us out of our money. And despite our basic knowledge on prevention (e.g. don’t share your pin with others, etc.), 85 per cent of Canadians still worry that either they or... Continue reading » The post How to Avoid Financial Fraud: Protect More Than Your PIN appeared first on M…
03.28 / 12:17
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The CRA has set the prescribed annual interest rates for amounts owing in Q2. The family loan rate remains the same, at 1%. Read: Liberals reviewing private corporations, high-income tax strategies The only change from last quarter is the rate for corporate taxpayers’ pertinent loans or indebtedness, which will be 4.47%, the CRA says. Rates…
03.28 / 12:12
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It's not actually that advantageous to hold investments inside a…
03.28 / 12:12
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This article will discuss deductibility in relation to RRSPs, RRIFs and…
03.28 / 12:12
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Morneau conceded that there's increasing pressure on the business and investment…
03.28 / 12:12
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If you have charitable clients, read this…
03.28 / 12:12
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Sunrise Records is revealing more of the locations where it plans to open…
03.23 / 23:06
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28 schools are participating The post Pilot project will teach Ontario students finance skills appeared first on…
03.23 / 21:23
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Your business owner clients may think of themselves as middle class, but according to the Trudeau government, they aren’t. In its 2017 federal budget, “Building the Middle Class,” the government reveals it will be reviewing how private corporations create unfair advantages for “high-income individuals.” Read: Liberals reviewing private corporations, high-income tax strategies And what exactly …
03.23 / 20:39
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