Financial Planning for Business Owners

HOW TO MAKE MORE TAX DEDUCTIBLE CONTRIBUTIONS

  How to Make More Tax Deductible Contributions to Your Retirement Savings than the Maximum Allowable RRSP Contribution Room”

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TESTIMONIALS FROM CLIENTS OF TINA TEHRANCHIAN

   

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THE KEY ADVANTAGE OF GIVING THROUGH A PRIVATE CORPORATION

    Private corporations have a notional account called the capital dividend account (CDA). The CDA creates a unique financial planning opportunity for business owners when it comes to philanthropic tax planning and makes charitable giving through a corporation extremely attractive. The CDA does not appear on the ...

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SMALL BUSINESS CHANGES

 The 2015 Federal Budget included some notable changes that would be of interest to business owners. The following are the two major changes announced in the budget in this regard. REDUCTION OF THE SMALL BUSINESS TAX RATE A surprising but very welcome proposal in the budget was ...

Comments Off on SMALL BUSINESS CHANGES   |   Posted in Financial Planning for Business Owners,Latest News,Tax Planning August 03, 2015

CANADA JOB GRANT

 If you own a business you should learn about the Canada Job Grant. This federal program offers funding for business owners so they can train new and existing employees. Two-thirds of the costs training program is covered, up to $10,000. The funds can be used for ...

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DONATION OF PRIVATE CORPORATION SHARES OR REAL ESTATE

  After significant efforts by the charitable sector, the 2015 Federal Budget proposed to allow an exemption from capital gains tax if proceeds of sale of private corporation shares or real estate are donated to charity within 30 days after disposition. This was great news for ...

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ARE LOWER OIL PRICES HERE TO STAY?

While oil prices have seen their third largest decline since World War II, and one of the most dramatic ones in recent history, other commodities have also been gradually declining in price in recent months. Most experts foresee that this weakness in commodity prices will ...

Comments Off on ARE LOWER OIL PRICES HERE TO STAY?   |   Posted in Financial Planning for Business Owners,Latest News March 10, 2015

Less regulation tops advisor wish list for 2015

In the second part of a two-part series, Kanupriya Vashisht delves into what advisors are wishing for next year. The next thing on the wish list of the BC Director of CFIB are lower corporate taxes for small businesses. Richard Truscott says ...

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Estate planning for your digital assets

Estate planning for your digital assets Alan Wainer, CPA, CA, CPA (Illinois), Partner – Audit & Advisory, Family Business Services (SuRE) Groups Visiting the doctor for my annual medical checkup has become second nature to me. And as an accountant, meeting with my medical professional clients and ...

Comments Off on Estate planning for your digital assets   |   Posted in Cash Flow Management,Estate Planning,Financial Planning for Business Owners,Investments,Latest News,Retirement Planning,Tax Planning March 06, 2014

Strategies for Profiting from Rising Interest Rates

This article was published in the October 2013 issue of the Canadian Business Journal and has been posted with their permission Interest rates in the U.S. and Canada seem to have reached a bottom and the end of the 33-year-old bond bull market seems to be looming. When ...