Category Archives: taxes

What You Need To Know About Filing Your 2020 Taxes

by Jenny Reimer, CFP® The year of COVID-19 will be a memorable one. It changed many aspects of our lives, from the ways we work and shop to how we support each other. For many, filing your 2020 taxes will … Continue reading

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Ask a Money Coach: Which Tax Software Would You Recommend?

Few people look forward to tax time, but with the help of a good software program it doesn’t have to take long or be painful. Most of the well-known options available to Canadians are quite similar, so how do you … Continue reading

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Investments Plain and Simple

How Investments Are Taxed When making investment decisions, it is wise to consider the various tax implications – both positive and negative. As always, first remember that your investments should reflect your goals and values, your time frame and your … Continue reading

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5 tax filing tips to save you time and money

By Leslie Gardner, FPSC Level 1® Certificant in Financial Planning If the thought of tax season makes you squirm, you’re not alone. But being prepared, filing on time and knowing what you can deduct will help you get the job done … Continue reading

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10 ways to minimize your tax bill

This post was updated in February 2016. The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) has offered a timely list of tax tips, including ways to save money at tax time. Here’s a summary plus a few of our own. For Individuals: 1. Plan … Continue reading

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