Stocks

EXPECTED CHANGES TO TAXATION OF STOCK OPTIONS

  During the Federal election campaign, the Liberals announced that the deduction allowed for stock options would be limited to $100,000 annually, because stock options are not normally available to the middle class and are mostly used as a tax incentive for wealthy Canadians. Currently, if ...

Comments Off on EXPECTED CHANGES TO TAXATION OF STOCK OPTIONS   |   Posted in Latest News,Stocks,Tax Planning February 27, 2016

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 ...

10 Reasons Why You Should Stay the Course

There was certainly no dearth of bad news in the markets and around the world in May of this year which helped make this month one of the worst months in recent market history. The Greek debt crisis, demise of the euro, the BP ...

Comments Off on 10 Reasons Why You Should Stay the Course   |   Posted in Financial Planning for Business Owners,Retirement Planning,Savings and Investments,Stocks September 22, 2010

Don’t Miss the Opportunity to Set up a Spousal Loan

If there was ever a time that you would want to consider using spousal loans, this is it. The current prescribed rate on a spousal loan is 1%, which is the lowest the prescribed rate has ever been. This is really as good ...

Comments Off on Don’t Miss the Opportunity to Set up a Spousal Loan   |   Posted in Credit and Debt Management,Financial Planning for Business Owners,Mutual Funds,Stocks,Tax Planning January 05, 2010