On April 19, 2021, the Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister, the Honorable Chrystia Freeland, presented Budget 2021: A Recovery Plan for Jobs, Growth, and Resilience, to the House of Commons.
With this edition of our team’s newsletter, we waste no time in getting right down to the important aspects of your finances to pay attention to. Topics include: Personal Tax Returns, cryptocurrency, RESP accounts, RRSP contribution, and more!
It’s not the stock market you need to worry about… Count on Kurt and the team to guide you through decisions in your investment portfolio. Your goals are well in hand as we explore the realities of what you need to consider to reach your financial future.
Kurt Rosentreter Tax Planning Tips for Q1 2021: Canada Child Benefit, Wage Subsidy, cryptocurrency and more.
Every year the Economic Club of Canada interviews the chief economists from the big banks in Canada regarding their financial predictions for the year ahead. The following is a summary of the key discussion points by Kurt Rosentreter and Mathew Cain.
2020 and the Impact of a Pandemic on our Finances: Kurt Rosentreter Before the pandemic, e-commerce, home delivery and ordering online were growing at a steady pace. Global lockdowns accelerated these trends and businesses will need to adapt or die. We may be seeing the slow death of shopping malls.
Kurt Rosentreter is quoted in this opinion article “Schooled by the coronavirus pandemic, financial planners offer their No. 1 piece of advice for the year ahead”
[The Globe and Mail] With schools adjusting to new online and in-person classroom setups, the pandemic has left many working parents struggling to juggle their careers along with acting as full-time caregivers and teachers. Kurt Rosentreter contributes to the conversation… Click here to read the full article ➡
In this quarterly edition of Tax Tips, Kurt dives into topics that include: Motor Vehicle Expenses, Employment Expenses, Travel Expenses, The Federal Carbon Tax, and U.S. Expatriates