Posts Tagged ‘tax planning’

Rule Six Of Six: Don’t Be A Fool Or Be Fooled – Know Exactly What You Are Buying
Posted by Don Campbell | February 1, 2014
Rule Six Of Six: Don’t Be A Fool Or Be Fooled – Know Exactly What You Are Buying

Tropical real estate is a lovely dream, but do you TRULY know what you are buying? Is it a real estate investment, or a security with a real estate foundation? Many unsophisticated investors buy into projects believing that they are buying a real estate investment, when in fact they are simply pooling their money in a security (partnership, LP or share) that uses real estate as the base for the profits. Ask the tough questions

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Rule Five Of Six: It’s Not How Much You Make, It’s How Much You Keep That Matters
Posted by Don Campbell | January 25, 2014
Rule Five Of Six: It’s Not How Much You Make, It’s How Much You Keep That Matters

We all seem to understand that it is not how much you make that matters, it is how much you keep (just look at the deductions on your last paycheque), yet not many people consider the importance of understanding the tax implications of their investments.

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If You Bought & Sold A Condo – It Might Be Audit Time
Posted by Don Campbell | August 29, 2013
If You Bought & Sold A Condo – It Might Be Audit Time

If you have bought and sold a condo in recent years, you may be next on the radar of CRA for tax audit. Many have filed incorrect tax forms without knowing it. Please read this important post to help you prepare and be proactive

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