Choosing to pay yourself a salary or dividends will depend on your personal and business needs. Find out the differences and what each option could mean for you when deciding how to structure your compensation.
Do you have a disability or a child with a disability? Are you worried about saving for retirement? Then you should open a Registered Disability Savings Plan (RDSP) to help you start building long-term savings.
Are you worried about saving for your child’s education after high school? Learn more about the RESP and how you can start saving now for your children's future, and get a boost from the Canadian government.
Having an estate plan that includes a Will is critical to having your assets distributed as you wished through the hands of your chosen executor after your death. Without a Will, the courts may appoint someone to liquidate or distribute your assets in a manner you might never have intended.
After you file your tax return, you’ll be issued a Notice of Assessment (NOA) from the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA). We provide some tips on what to look for when you receive your NOA, common reasons for discrepancies between your NOA and tax return and how to handle them.
You’re likely familiar with the Registered Retirement Savings Plan (RRSP), which gives Canadians a way to shelter income tax until retirement, but have you considered a Group Retirement Savings Plan for your employees?