Are you close to retirement? Get geared up!

Pre-retirement Planning When you are close to retirement, it’s time for you to have a mixed kind of feelings. You may feel nervous, may be a little excited and may also find it difficult to cope with... 

Procedure to Apply for Canada’s Employment Insurance Benefits

    Canadian citizens, permanent residents or immigrants on work visa are eligible to receive the benefits of the employment insurance program started by the government of Canada in times of... 

Tax evasion: U.S. reports yet another case against a Canadian

Money Laundering FBI and U.S. Attorney catch upon yet another case of money laundering and tax evasion by some Canadians. The Background The case involves two Canadian Citizens who played a major role... 

Employment Insurance Premiums to be lowered: A reliever for Small Businesses

EI premium reduced Job growth in the country is quite discouraging, and therefore the Government looks for ways to promote the same. Only very recently, Finance Minister has announced to reduce the premiums... 

Factors that never helped Apple Watch to gain market’s attention

Apple Watch Launched They say that market is not quite ready to accept Apple’s new introduction and therefore, the stocks have gone down. The news US Based Pacific Crest says that Apple Watch is a large... 

Earning from rents could bring both pain and gain

Putting house on rent There is a couple who never found their income to be enough for owning a house even in another decade’s time. But, one fine day when they thought of buying a small apartment and... 

Illegal Immigrants- A Burden on Legal Taxpayers

Illegal immigrants put greater burden on Canadian taxpayers Canada, as all studies suggest, is home to a large number of immigrants coming from various countries. These immigrants receive all benefits... 

Tax Offence? Would it mean going to jail

Jailed for not paying taxes Those who are found to be tax offenders could experience a range of punishments starting from fighting a trial to being jailed up. Canada is quite strict with those who do not... 

Small Business Owners can plan their retirement differently

Retirement plan by small business owners A study shows that as many as 500,000 people in Canada, would be retiring in another five years’ time in the country. More than 700,000 would be retiring by 2020. By... 

Do Canadians prefer to get self-employed due to rising rate of unemployment?

Rise in Self-employment Canada is a country with a large number of people being young and in future this trend is going to get even more prominent. The rising rate of unemployment forces Canadians to come... 

Maximizing Returns on RRSP Investment Part 2

Maximizing Returns on RRSP Investment Part 2 Maximizing Returns on RRSP Investments (continued…) However, at present, the borrowing rates are low and carrying on a short-term investment strategy can

Tax evasion: U.S. reports yet another case against a Canadian

Tax evasion: U.S. reports yet another case against a Canadian FBI and U.S. Attorney catch upon yet another case of money laundering and tax evasion by some Canadians. The Background The case

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Procedure to Apply for Canada’s Employment Insurance Benefits

Procedure to Apply for Canada’s Employment Insurance Benefits     Canadian citizens, permanent residents or immigrants on work visa are eligible to receive the benefits of the employment

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Single home buyers boost Canada housing market

Single home buyers boost Canada housing market Canada, 1st April: Increased number of single professionals are buying houses in Canada. As per the reports, large number of

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A poor credit score can be a big overhead on your business costs

A poor credit score can be a big overhead on your business costs Running a small business is always quite challenging and exciting too. It is a combination of working with passion and