Posted August 17th 2015
There are many reasons why you may be making a move. From moving to your first home, moving to a larger home or downsizing. Every move, regardless of the motivation, comes with its own set of pressures and challenges that can cause stress. Whether you’re hiring a mover or doing it with some friends and […]
Posted December 10th 2014
Capital gains are a complicated topic at the best of times, but failing to report them on your tax return can be costly. If you are trying to figure out if you have a capital gain this year, here are five big things to know about them. What is a capital gain? Essentially, a capital […]
Posted October 15th 2014
Taxes aren’t always an intuitive topic. For this reason, we’ve decided to create a monthly blog post consisting of the frequently asked questions we receive from people. Q: I worked on a cruise ship in international waters. The cruise line did not pay me in Canadian funds and did not provide a T4 slip. How […]
Posted June 5th 2012
With the Canadian housing market still performing well, many people are choosing to become landlords by either renting space in their homes or buying a second property. But what does this mean at tax time?