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    This is the case for all agreements or court orders negotiated after May 1997. ... the recipient and deductible to the payer under the following four circumstances:. Read article

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  • “Who'll pay for the cottage if I die?”

    Q. We are non-residents who recently purchased property in Ontario for $550,000. ... Often, for someone who is young, or whose dependents are young, the life ... Read article

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  • “When should I claim the cost of renovations to my rental property?”

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    schools.spsd.sk.ca “The 10% saving rule doesn’t always apply” » Curriculum & Instruction

    An article from the website moneysense.ca examines the long held belief that one must start saving early in order to have that million dollar retirement. This is especially true for those who start later in life, say in their mid-40s in that it is theoretically possible to go from zero to a milli... Read article

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    findependenceday.com Financial independence : Findependence Day – A Financial Novel by Jonathan Chevreau

    Chevreau As my parallel Financial Independence blog at MoneySense.ca shows here , there are degrees of financial independence. For one-stop-shopping purposes for users of this site, I’ve included the blog below: Degrees of Financial Independence In researching the web for content clarifying the d... Read article

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    anokhimagazine.com The Solo-ists | ANOKHI Magazine | Fashion, Lifestyle & Entertainment – North America's Longest Running Quarterly Magazine About South Asian Pop Cul...

    As noted in The Huffington Post, “for $235,000 (USD) you could indulge in a shiny new Ferrari — or raise a child for 17 years.” In fact, according to www.MoneySense.ca , the average cost to raise a child in Canada is estimated to be $12,825 per year. That works out to $1,070 per month. And that’s... Read article

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    Intellectual Property Rights Nothing contained within the CARDonline™ or Canadian Advertisers Online Database should be considered as granting, by implication, estoppel, or otherwise, any license or right to use any trade-marks, logos, or other names, including but not limited to those identifyin... Read article

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    topforeignstocks.com MoneySense: Canada’s Top Value, Growth and All-Star Stocks for 2011

    MoneySense: Canada’s Top Value, Growth and All-Star Stocks for 2011. Popular Articles. Categories. Seeking Alpha. The Big Picture. Buttons. Random Roger. Mish. Subscribe by Email. BlogRoll. Comments. Leave a comment. In an earlier article I wrote about why Canadian stocks are projected to offer t... Read article

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    blogto.com Toronto ranked 88th best city to live in Canada (WTF?)

    Ottawa, Mississauga, Yellowknife, Rimouski, Medicine Hat and Sarnia are all better places to live than Toronto according to MoneySense Magazine. In fact 87 other Canadian "cities" beat out the T-dot in their annual rankings, surely an exercise designed to stir the pot as much as to shed light on ... Read article

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    todaysparent.com The ABCs of RESPs

    Here's a look at two main ways to save for your child's education Parent Time. The ABCs of RESPs. user rating:. writePageNumber(1);. Here's a look at two main ways to save for your child's education. • Tuition Terror • Tuition Calculator • Saving to Learn, Learning to Save • Children's Bank Accou... Read article

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    torontopubliclibrary.typepad.com Business & Personal Finance: November 2013

    For more information, check out the following titles at the Toronto Public Library: Facebook (electronic resource) In a recent article in MoneySense magazine, authors Preet Banerjee and David Hodges discuss how to build your financial wealth in 10 easy steps. According to the authors the steps ar... Read article

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    macleans.ca Five things that will shape Canada's economy in 2014 - Macleans.ca

    MoneySense Also why I have massively reduced my investment sin Canada, a nation of depreciating money for ponzi fraud debt and negative value returns. Stop thinking of fiat fraud money as having lasting value, it has no value when government can just “print” it.. January 8, 2014 at 5:36 pm For Ca... Read article

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    lsminsurance.ca What Type Of Life Insurance The Experts Own: Jonathan Chevreau | Life Insurance Canada

    (I know a couple that is in exactly this situation, with the Grim Reaper now approaching the older partner.) 5. Outside of life insurance, what other types of individual insurance products are often overlooked? Disability insurance is essential for the self-employed and business owners and it's s... Read article

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    canadiancapitalist.com Best Canadian Investment Blogs | Canadian Capitalist

    I am really honoured to find this blog listed among the best Canadian Investment Blogs in MoneySense magazine , a leading Canadian finance publication. The article by columnist Larry MacDonald is in two parts: the first mentions really good commentators like Bill Cara (check out Mr. Cara’s post a... Read article

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    WWF receives strong score from annual MoneySense charity ranking WWF welcomes high ranking from MoneySense charity list More Articles on Uncategorized Read article

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    ca.finance.yahoo.com Retire in luxury on next to nothing - Yahoo Finance Canada

    Tip : Use comma (,) to separate multiple quotes. Learn more... Mon, 17 Mar, 2014, 6:52 AM EDT - Canadian Markets open in 2 hrs 38 mins Retire in luxury on next to nothing MoneySense scoured the globe and came up with 11 spots a couple or a single person can retire for less than $30,000 a year. --... Read article

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    blog.getsmarteraboutmoney.ca The pros and cons of variable annuities in Canada | GetSmarterAboutMoney.ca

    An alternative, at least for savvy investors willing to do some of the heavy lifting themselves, would be to “build it yourself” and cut costs by combining straight stocks or stock ETFs for the stock market upside, and substituting straight life annuities for their bonds or bond funds for the mor... Read article

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