Counterintuitive

I subscribe to The Heretic. It is authored by Pascal Finette, a member of the Singularity University team. Last week he sent out an email … Read More

Modern-Day Plague

Picture with me, if you will, a church. At the altar, amidst a group of well-dressed young people stands the groom, impatient with anticipation. But … Read More

Staying on Track

My husband retired a short while ago. With less household income and more time on his hands, we wanted to make sure we didn’t keep … Read More

Quality Work Or Quality Service?

Both. Quality work means the work must be correct. Your car needs to be repaired. Your tax return needs to be correct. Your dry cleaning … Read More

Advice Taken

Counseling is a mandatory part of the insolvency process for the majority of personal insolvency debtors. The sessions are designed to provide financial tracking/management skills, … Read More

Web Portal – Keeping Information Secure

Did you know emailing documents with addresses, social insurance numbers or banking information is a premium object for abuse? Emails and text messages are one … Read More

Avoiding Bankruptcy

Do you have a friend, partner, associate or acquaintance who is feeling the financial woes or struggling financially?  Trying to make ends meet, unable to … Read More

Income Splitting Is Still Available

For 2018, the Federal Government of Canada implemented new tax on split income (TOSI) rules to target the splitting of income earned by private corporations … Read More

Qualities of a Great Employer

A great employer begins with a leader – someone who motivates, inspires, influences, directs, teaches and listens.  They’re also knowledgeable, compassionate, trustworthy, approachable, smart, humble … Read More

Tax Season Is Coming

It is February 19th today and the country is in the middle of winter. It’s been very cold here and there have been numerous weather … Read More