The 2018 budget for Alberta focuses on the diversification of its post-recession economy, with the aim of creating more stability and less vulnerability to future fluctuations in oil prices. Read for some of the highlights
The government’s 2018 federal budget focuses on a number of tax tightening measures for business owners. It introduces a new regime for holding passive investments inside a Canadian Controlled Private Corporation (CCPC). (Previously proposed in July 2017.)
If you can’t seem to keep up with the endless cycle of bills landing at your doorstep, you are not alone. The average Canadian now owes $22,595 in consumer non-mortgage debt according to debt monitoring firm Equifax.
The New Year is a time when many people resolve to lose weight or spend more time with family but it's also a good time to start planning your finances for the year ahead. Click here for four steps for a fresh financial start to 2018.
It has certainly been a busy week in terms of announcements regarding financial policies for small businesses. Following the series of proposed tax reforms that the government announced back in July, various tweaks and changes have subsequently been made, owing, perhaps in part, to confusion and frustration...
The month of July saw a set of proposed tax changes announced by the Federal Minister of Canada which are potentially the most impactful and significant amendments since the large-scale tax reform of 1972.