Tag: tax planning

“Sole Proprietorship vs Incorporation” – Planning your business strategy

Should you incorporate your small business? (Sole proprietorship, partnership etc) Jumping from Sole Proprietorship to Corporation in Canada? We’ll break it down step by step. Earning side income or owning a small business can be a very rewarding experience, both emotionally and financially. The… Continue Reading ““Sole Proprietorship vs Incorporation” – Planning your business strategy”

Financial planning 101: Retirement

Registered Retirement Savings Plan (RRSP) An RRSP (registered retirement savings plan) is an investment account that is registered with the Canadian government and is used as a vehicle to save for retirement. An RRSP is different than a typical investment account because it provides… Continue Reading “Financial planning 101: Retirement”

2020 Personal Income Tax Changes You Need To Know

When you look at your household budget, the amounts you’re spending on mortgage/rent, transportation and food are usually top of mind. While all those expenses certainly matter, something else you should keep a watchful eye on is income tax. It’s the single biggest expense… Continue Reading “2020 Personal Income Tax Changes You Need To Know”

Ready to buy a house? Here’s what it means for your taxes

You’ve been pre-approved for a mortgage, you visit open houses every weekend, you’re keeping a close eye on headlines with the words ‘housing bubble’ – you feel ready to buy a house. But before you make one of the largest and most important purchases… Continue Reading “Ready to buy a house? Here’s what it means for your taxes”

Champions Love the 4th Quarter

With two minutes to go in the game, the quarterback narrows his focus and executes a perfect pass to his receiver cutting across the middle. Touchdown!