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After accounting for all taxes, the average Canadian family in 2014 will pay $43,435 celebrating Tax Freedom Day on June 9th.
This tax time infographic offers details about many of the tax credits and deductions that will help you save money this tax season. Make sure you’re not missing out.
Check out this infographic on the First-Time Donor’s Super Credit announced in the 2013 Canadian Federal Budget.
See the infographic on how to start conversations with clients this RRSP season with infographics.
Canadians are increasingly relying on their own resources to fund their retirement. Learn more about strategies to make your RRSP grow and increase your retirement capital.
In 2013, the average Canadian family paid almost 44% of their income in taxes. Tax Freedom Day for 2013 fell on June 10th.
Financial planning can help you prepare for life’s major events which often turn out to be major financial events as well.
Tax Freedom Day 2012 was the day in the year when the average Canadian family has earned enough money to pay all taxes.
With an aging population and fewer workers to support seniors, learn more about the future of a Canadian retirement in this infographic.
Learn about the MER (management expense ratio) and how it affects the growth of your investments.
This infographic illustrates the main differences between and RRSP and TFSA.