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Year-end financial moves

on Mon, 12/16/2013 - 12:33

I was actually trying to avoid this topic for the longest time, since there are already so many of them out there, I thought my readers would have more than enough information needed regarding what they need to do by the year-end to make sure they get what they need for the 2013 calendar year...

Turns out, still lots of people seems not too sure what is needed and why they need to take these deadlines seriously. Remember, CRA only looks at the date, they won't forgive you simply because you were "not aware" it should be done before the year-end.

So, while we are entering the last 2 weeks of Dec

What you should do before you quit your full time...

on Tue, 12/11/2012 - 13:55

"Entrepreneurship and Small Business" series #2, (#1 What needs to be prepared before you start your business; #3 Things to consider when you start your business; #4 How to manage your business; #5 How to pay yourself effectively; #6 The advantage of a business account; #7 Business budget made easy; #8 Last minute tax saving for corporations; #9 The federal disaster to small businesses and working class)

Can't stand your boss? Frustrating on the job you have now? Are you fed up of working for someone else? At the same time, you have found something inspiring, you have passion for?

Creating the perfect budget

on Sun, 11/04/2012 - 09:10

I have been hearing more and more people saying they cannot do a budget (not just people who feels they can't, but also people who have been done relatively well in their savings), ultimately, everybody feels that there is not enough savings (which is a good thing).

A lot of people have very negative thinking on budgeting. "Cut backs, tracking every penny and cannot have fun anymore..." are what they have in mind when they heard of budgeting, but really, budgeting is about figuring out how much you can spend after your bills.