Tax Insights: Government targets tax planning using private corporations
07 Dec

Tax Insights: Government targets tax planning using private corporations

In brief Legislative proposals and a consultation paper issued on July 18, 2017, target three tax planning strategies that, in the government’s view, use private corporations to gain unfair tax advantages for high-income individuals. The releases result from the government’s commitment, as stated in its March 22, 2017 budget, to review this area and propose…

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World’s biggest bond market braces for the week that could change everything
20 Nov

World’s biggest bond market braces for the week that could change everything

By Brian Chappatta This week is fraught with peril for Treasuries traders, no matter if they’re bulls or bears. The next five trading days will bring a torrent of market-moving information: President Donald Trump is poised to finally announce his nominee to lead the Federal Reserve; U.S. central bankers have an interest-rate decision to make;…

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WEEKLY REPORT (NOV-13-2017)
14 Nov

WEEKLY REPORT (NOV-13-2017)

Weekly Closer Look:   This time really does feel different Improvement in the global economy is now an established fact. For a little more than a year the overwhelming majority of global and regional indicators have gained ground and contributed to the double-digit rally in many equity markets so far in 2017. But some of the…

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What’s the Difference Between Retiring In Canada And America?
07 Nov

What’s the Difference Between Retiring In Canada And America?

By Arthur Pinkasovitch Planning for retirement involves a wide range of considerations – from determining the ideal types of accounts and investments to be included in a retirement plan, to budgeting for future vacation travels. Another essential consideration is one’s desired retirement destination; while weather and entertainment facilities are definitely worth considering, the types of…

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WEEKLY REPORT (NOV-06-2017)
06 Nov

WEEKLY REPORT (NOV-06-2017)

Weekly Closer Look:   New Fed chair, same Fed tune Rather than tapping a more hawkish choice that could have thrown a jolt into Fed policy, President Trump’s nomination of Jerome Powell as new Fed chair will likely see the Fed stick to its cautious, slow game plan. More of the same? Following an appointment by…

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