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5 Questions Every Borrower Should Ask Before Signing a Mortgage Agreement

March 13th, 2013

Whenever someone sits down with a mortgage professional to discuss their options, there are standard questions everyone generally has: How much can I borrow? What size down payment do I need? What interest rates are available? However, there are other key points that you’ll want to be sure to cover before you sign on the […]


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Take Control of What You Can In Order to Maximize Investments in a Fragile Economy

March 4th, 2013

In this article, Evelyn Jacks discusses ways to tweak your financial strategy to get the biggest bang for your buck. Things like choosing to invest new money in an RRSP versus a TFSA (tax-free savings account) to generate additional tax savings, thus further funding your investments. Below is an excerpt from the article: “With Canada’s […]


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Book of the Month: Make Sure It’s Deductible

February 25th, 2013

You earned it, now keep it! Maximize your profits by getting the most out of every tax deduction. No matter what kind of small business you have, you owe it to yourself to take advantage of every legitimate business deduction and personal tax planning advantage at tax time. In the newly-updated fourth edition of Make […]


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Are You Paying Too Much Tax? Recent Information from CRA Suggests Many Canadians Are

February 18th, 2013

No one likes to pay more taxes than they have to, but information recently released by Canada Revenue Agency shows that the average amount of income tax refunds Canadians received is up by $70 over the previous year. This means that, throughout the year, Canadians are overpaying in withholding taxes to CRA. In fact, just […]


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Featured iPhone App: Mortgage Calculator Pro

February 13th, 2013

Mortgage Calculator Pro is a quick and easy-to-use calculator for brokers, realtors, and home buyers. Within seconds, you will be able to calculate the monthly payment for a mortgage, car payment, credit card, or other types of fixed rate loans. Features of the app include: Ability to save loans Large numeric keypad Email quote Fast […]


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A Score That Really Matters – Your Credit Score

February 8th, 2013

Credit is a precious privilege that allows individuals to expand their purchasing power; yet, as an intangible, few think about it on any regular basis. Without credit, purchasers rely completely on cash flow so the ability to accumulate assets is limited to an individual’s ability to save. With credit, the ability to purchase a home […]


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Book of the Month: The RRSP Secret – Defend and Build Your Wealth With This Powerful Investment Strategy

February 5th, 2013

If you’re a Canadian investor who’s feeling ripped off lately, you’re not alone. Canadians pay the highest fees in the world when it comes to investments in RRSPs and other registered accounts. Is this just because Canadians are foolish, or is there something more sinister at work? Now, and for the first time, The RRSP […]


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Beware of Phishing: Canada Revenue Agency Does Not Request Information by Email

August 13th, 2012

Did you receive an email from the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) asking you for personal information or to click on a link to get your refund? STOP. It’s a “phishing” scam. The CRA does not ask for personal information of any kind by email. Even though these emails can look real, they do not come […]


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Featured iPhone App: Credit Card Terminal

July 23rd, 2012

Have you wished for the ability to accept payments from a client while you were away from the office or on the go? Then, this is the app for you. Credit Card Terminal developed by Inner Fence allows you to use your iPhone, iPad, Android, Windows phone or computer as a credit card processing device. […]


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Book of the Month: Mastering Your Retirement

July 19th, 2012

In this book, author Douglas Nelson talks about the great killers of wealth and how they remove your ability to achieve your retirement goals. You really have only one chance to get it right. This book is about achieving real results: Consistent, reliable income in retirement to plan your affairs with confidence Lower taxes and […]


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How Changing the Age to Receive Old Age Security (OAS) Affects Retirement

July 16th, 2012

The federal government has suggested that the age to receive Old Age Security may be changed from the current age of 65 to 67. This change represents a number of significant repercussions for retiring Canadians. Knowledge Bureau author, Douglas Nelson, wrote an informative article about some of the ways that changes to OAS will affect […]


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Get Secure Online Access to Your CRA Tax Information with “My Account”

July 13th, 2012

If you want to access your tax and benefit information, you can do so securely by using the Canada Revenue Agency’s “My Account” feature on their web site. In order to register for the service and access your information, you’ll need a CRA security code. Once registered, you’ll be able to track your refund, view […]


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Featured iPhone App: WorldCard Mobile

July 4th, 2012

It’s great to get out and meet new people at networking and other events. But, how many times have you walked out of a meeting with a handful of business cards never to see them again? This is where WorldCard Mobile can help. You just snap a photo of the business card and the app […]


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Canada Revenue – Children’s Arts Tax Credit

March 21st, 2012

In addition to fitness programs covered by the children’s fitness tax credit, parents can now claim money spent on programs that focus on fine arts, music, performing arts, outdoor wilderness training, learning a language, studying a culture, tutoring, and more. When parents claim the children’s arts tax credit – up to a maximum of $500 […]


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Shaw Offers Students Significant Discounts on Cable, Internet & Phone Service

March 17th, 2012

Although it doesn’t seem to be widely publicized, Shaw offers significantly lower prices on their cable, internet and home phone services for full-time post-secondary students who live on their own. We came across an article on the Young and Thrifty blog in which the author details how she went about getting signed up for the […]


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