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Capital gains on subdivided land, and HST on vacant land

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For property that you can subdivide, you can sell some of the land and build a house on the rest. But would you owe...

How COVID-19 has changed Canadians’ shopping habits

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Financial pros share real talk on managing your cash flow, and even making room for the occasional reward, while the pandemic continues to cause...

Making sense of the markets this week: March 20

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The Fed makes the first move on rate hikes, investors show Warren Buffett some love, and the geopolitical fallout hits the semiconductor sector. ...

The best charities to donate to for the most charitable impact 2021

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Before deciding which organizations to support, ask this critical question: For every dollar I give, what’s the measurable return? Charity Intelligence has crunched the...

Know your TFSA contribution limit

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A guide to the best robo-advisors in Canada for 2022

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Find out which robo-advisor is right for you. ...

My three kids chose different educational paths. How do I withdraw...

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A Certified Financial Planner explains how RESP withdrawal and taxation can work for each of your children, regardless of their educational path. ...

How to keep your holiday spending in check

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Avoid the dreaded debt hangover by heading into the holidays with a budget for not just gifts, but also parties, travel and other purchases....

The bank of grandma and grandpa

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Sol wants to contribute to his grandkids’ future with annual gifts he’ll start now. What’s the best way to manage the money outside of...

Reduced income: What to do when two household incomes become one

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Reduced income can really throw a wrench into your life plans. Find out how Michelle and Peter got debt relief by filing a consumer...

Why the mortgage stress test isn’t the villain it was made...

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The mortgage qualifying tool has been subject to plenty of criticism. However, with rising interest rates, it may be a saving grace for many...

Making sense of the markets this week: April 3

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Dale Roberts signs off from “Making sense of the markets.” He takes a look back at major themes of the last two years. ...

How much to take out of your RRSP in your 60s

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Although RRSP withdrawals can be deferred no later than age 72, it may be necessary or advisable to make withdrawals before then. ...

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Guide to inflation: Price changes, the pandemic and your pocketbook

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This guide will help you understand what inflation is, how it's calculated, and what it means for your personal finances. ...

What’s better, a LIRA or an enhanced pension?

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And which is best if Craig wants to leave money to his kids? ...

How to avoid tax-payment nightmares when RRIF withdrawals start

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The solution to minimizing any tax shocks? Mimic the "taxed at source" treatment most employees experience. Here's how. ...

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