With the end of the year fast approaching, Canadian taxpayers will want to consider all the tax planning opportunities available to them.
Planning for one of life's certainties
Our holistic approach helps you build a financial plan that not only achieves your financial goals, but also helps minimize your overall tax burden – now and in the future.
Your IG Consultant will help guide you on ways to minimize your tax exposure now as well as upon your passing.
Deductions and credits
Knowing all the tax deductions and credits to which you’re entitled can be overwhelming. Paying the least amount of taxes possible involves knowing what you can claim and identifying strategies that could help reduce your taxes this year and in years to come.
Saving for retirement
Are you getting the most out of your retirement resources?
Remaining free of financial worries goes hand-in-hand with a fulfilling retirement. By taking full advantage of tax minimization strategies and understanding the government benefits available to you can help maximize the value of your retirement savings
Business structure planning
As a business owner, you have options on how to structure your business, but that structure can impact your personal tax situation. Understanding what option is right for you will help you to get the most out of your business.
As a shareholder of a corporation, you have a choice between salary or dividend compensation. Understanding which strategy is right for you will help you maximize your after-tax cash flows.
A proper estate plan can help address taxes payable upon death, whether by planning to minimize the tax bill or possibly incorporating insurance in your financial plan.
A collaborative team of tax experts
For clients requiring sophisticated tax solutions, our team of experts, including lawyers and accountants, will work closely with your IG Consultant and your existing financial team, to provide effective strategies specifically designed to address your unique needs.
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