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    MONEY.CA is highly ranked on yahoo google bing and youtube and is popular with social media, Canadian financial consumers and is a favorite of The Advisor Channel. MONEY represents Canadian money at the highest level. MONEY online is the destination place for the average Canadian who needs to make, save and preserve more of their […]

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    Generate New Sales: Mark Borkowski

    Its your call: How to generate new sales prospects. Humor me for a second. Think back to the last deal you closed and ask you, “Who was the decision maker I had to reach and influence? How did I do it?” The reason I asked you to think about that is because there will always […]

    Financial advertising, marketing and sales without the 56% google inefficiency.

    Google admits that advertisers wasted their money on more than half of internet ads By  http://qz.com/author/zwenerflignerqz/ Online advertising is a fickle thing. It accounts for 20% of the ad industry’s total spending, and over 90% of revenue for the internet giants Google and Facebook. That said, no one seems to have any idea whether it […]

    Best Rate Around – Tax-Free Savings Account

    A great and smart idea that needs better marketing. This simple concept of Best Rate Around is unique in concept and may be a cute play on words; but it really means business, big business, big enough that the big banks make a tidy some off each and every year. Now something new Tax-Free Savings […]

    Tax Free Profit Extraction Using Life Insurance

    A tax avoidance strategy has been growing in popularity in recent years. Although CRA has been aware of the strategy for over ten years, its increase in popularity and the Federal government’s current focus on reforming the taxation of insurance means that the life of the strategy may be coming to an end. There are […]

    Should You Contribute to Your RRSP?

    There are two advantages to RRSP investing. The first is tax deferred growth, which allows the effects of compounding to grow your assets far in excess of non-sheltered assets. The second is the assumed reduction in your personal tax rate at older ages when the assets will be withdrawn. Both of these benefits may not […]

    Income Splitting Strategies

    Mark Twain once said that the only difference between a taxman and a taxidermist is that the taxidermist leaves the skin. For many Canadians the pursuit of tax avoidance strategies has become an obsession and over the years, I have seen some people do some crazy things to avoid paying income tax. In the end, […]

    November 11, 2012 Lest we forget – The Price of Peace and the cost of War

    The Arithmetic of War: $9 Million Compared to $9 Billion for Next Generation Fighter The cost of War and the price of Peace Canada has a long history of service to international human rights, diplomacy and democracy.  Technology equips every soldier, tank, battleship and fighter jet. The need to be at the forefront of weaponry […]

    Tax Free Savings Accounts explored

    TFSAs have now been around for 4 years – introduced in 2009.  Let’s look at the background for their introduction.  The Canadian and world economies had just been through a major collapse in 2008.  People were pulling money out of capital markets.  With money removed from markets, investment capital became very scarce.  Our Federal Government […]