Tax Tip Tuesday: Kids first day of school? It can be emotional day for rookie parents, or a gift for experienced parents smile emoticon Check out these tax tips on private school tuition and student’s moving costs.
Another election, another campaign promise… So it seems like the current conservative government would like to increase the Home Buyer’s Plan (HBP) withdrawal amount to as much as $35,000 (currently it’s sitting at $25,000). In a nutshell the HBP allows first time...read more
Don’t let the tax man be your beneficiary when you die JOEL SCHLESINGER Special to The Globe and Mail Published Thursday, Jul. 09, 2015 It’s often said that death and taxes are inevitable. Yet even after death, taxes can dog investors who want to leave money behind...read more
Top 3 tax errors real-estate investors make: Partner Fabio Campanella’s latest Financial Post column
Fabio Campanella, Special to Financial Post | April 2, 2015 Real estate, over the long run, can be a great investment. For those who want to be landlords, the combination of long-term capital appreciation, the rather easy use of leverage and the potential for...read more
The right and wrong way to “write off” your mortgage – Partner Fabio Campanella’s latest Financial Post Column
Fabio Campanella, Special to Financial Post | March 24, 2015 Unlike our neighbors to the south, mortgage interest on a principal residence in Canada is not tax deductible, well, at least not without some elaborate tax planning. With some careful structuring, Canadians...read more
When RRSPs Are The Wrong Choice: By: Fabio Campanella RRSP season is upon us and this is the time of year that many Canadians mindlessly dump their savings (or sometimes borrowings) into their retirement plans. But is this always the best idea? Of course not. Below...read more