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Flip it right

Posted by Paul Roussel

Contrary to what HGTV would have you believe, flipping a house is rarely glamorous or fun – at least not until the cheque clears. Paul Roussel provides a primer for flippers-to-be

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Stop Paying Too Much in Taxes: Structuring Your Portfolio for Tax Efficiency

Posted by Corben Grant

Robert Gauvreau CPA shares tips on how to reduce your tax burdens.

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Financing home improvements with a home renovation loan in Canada
Posted by Corben Grant

While home renovations are popular, the cost of undergoing renovations is also very high. Luckily, banks and lenders offer loan options that can help homeowners to renovate sooner.

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How to claim your work-from-home tax credit in 2022
Posted by Corben Grant

When stay-at-home orders hit in 2020, the world of business was forced to quickly adjust to a work-from-home environment due to COVID-19.

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How soon should I pay off my mortgage in Canada?
Posted by Corben Grant

Many people dream of buying their own house, but once they do, that dream may change to a dream of being debt-free.

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How to avoid land transfer tax in Ontario
Posted by Corben Grant

Many Ontario buyers are looking to lessen their closing costs by avoiding land transfer tax.

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What you need to know about alternative mortgage lenders in Canada
Posted by Corben Grant

Despite the fact that the big banks represent the largest volume of mortgage lending in Canada, they are far from your only option.

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Manage your cash flow and mortgage payments during rising interest rates
Posted by Dalia Barsoum

Investors will likely see at least another 1% increase in variable rates by the end of 2022.

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How early can I renew my mortgage?
Posted by Corben Grant

Renewing is a regular part of having a mortgage, and it allows you and your lender to periodically update your mortgage to fit current interest rates and financial goals.

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How do rental property tax deductions work in Canada?
Posted by Corben Grant

There are many opportunities for landlords to write off certain expenses related to their rental properties to reduce their amount owing.

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Can I use a locked-in RRSP to buy a house?
Posted by Corben Grant

While the Home Buyer's Plan is a great option for first-time homebuyers, this plan has a catch: you cannot use this program if you have your money in a locked-in RRSP.

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What is a cash back mortgage?
Posted by Corben Grant

After having just put so much money into your mortgage and your home, it can be hard to suddenly find more funds to cover the rest of your closing costs.

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