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>>>Renovate your cottage with taxes in mind

>>>Group benefits don't have to end at retirement

>>>Warning: Tax shelter gifting arrangements are risky

>>>Recent Changes Affect Seniors in 2006 and 2007

>>>Canada’s New Government Announces Tax Fairness Plan

>>>How trusts work

>>>Easing cottage capital gains

>>>Child Care Expense Claims

>>>Transferring Wealth: Effective strategies for the typical Canadian

>>>When is income the right choice? Examining income-based investments

>>>Back to School--Are You Up On Your New Tax Bonuses?

>>>Chances are you'll recover from a critical illness - chances are your retirement plans won't

>>>Get into the swing of saving

>>>Finding a healthy balance

>>>Buffet’s Estate Tax Planning

>>>Capitalizing on capital losses

>>>Common-law couples' to do list

>>>Where will your retirement income come from?

>>>Wealth Transfer Strategy: The RRIF Successor Annuitant Option

>>>Segregated funds as a risk management tool for small business

>>>May 2006 Budget Is Far-Reaching

>>>Severance choices

>>>Taking credit at tax time

>>>Building a Financial Foundation

>>>You can't take it with you - Wills explained

>>>Eligible medical expenses

>>>Tax tips for business owners

>>>Protection racket: principal-protected notes

>>>Easing cottage capital gains

>>>Estate planning 101 ...

>>>Looking for an Investment...

>>>Moving can be costly

>>>Protecting your estate – Allowing your legacy to live on

>>>Do you have debt?

>>>Reduce Tax At Source And Invest instead

>>>The RRSP contribution deadline for the 2005 Taxation year is Wednesday March 1st 2006.

>>>OSC warns on tax-saving seminars