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Are you a parent? Is the income of your family between $30,000 and $119,000 per year? If so, congratulations! You are now paying the new “tax on parents”. Total tax rates on parents can get very high, with marginal tax rates as high as 63%! The new tax on parents is a...read more
There was a gasp from the audience, when this photo of a homeless woman was shown at a talk I recently attended. A new survey shows that almost half of women fear they will become a "bag lady" someday. They fear being financially desperate and living on the street. No...read more
I am pleased to announce that the MoneyShow has posted the video of my talk. Many people have asked me where they can see it again. These are not just tax tips. These are the 6 big strategies to save you...read more
Money: it impacts so many aspects of your life. How you handle it, save it, and spend it can say a lot about you. Ask yourself: “What’s important about money to me?” 1 I have asked this question to thousands of people in the last 20 years. Every answer is...read more
Fun podcast and enlightening questions on the Alain Guillot Show. Topics: How to recognize a “Fake Financial Plan”. If you are a new immigrant to Canada or a Millennial, where do you start to get finances on track? How tax planning tells you whether to invest in a...read more
If you’re a parent, and your family’s income is between $30,000 and $119,000 per year, you could be subject to the new “parent tax”. This might not sound like a positive thing, but there are actually some ways you can benefit from this development. The truth is, the...read more