• interior-feature-
  • interior-feature-
  • interior-feature-
  • interior-feature-
  • interior-feature-
  • interior-feature-

Family Tax Cut – Don’t Waste Credits

The Family Tax Cut can change the way we think about which spouse should make the RRSP contribution. In a family situation where the non-refundable credits claimed by the higher-income spouse exceed the “adjusted taxable income” after splitting, the extra credits can be wasted.

7 Simple Things Most Investors Don’t Do…

  1. Look at everything from an overall portfolio perspective.
  2. Understand the importance of asset allocation.
  3. Calculate investment performance.
  4. Define a time horizon when making a purchase.
  5. Save more every year.
  6. Focus only on what you control.
  7. Delay gratification.

The New $2,000 Family Tax Cut

This new federal non-refundable credit will provide up to a maximum of $2,000 in tax relief to benefit one-earner or two-earner couples where one spouse’s income is taxed at a higher rate.