Tim Cestnick thinks that McGuinty is underestimating high-income earners, and that they will find ways to avoid paying the new higher income tax.
Rob Carrick takes RBC to task for marketing debt to pay for weddings.
Canadian Capitalist shows that even if your dividend tax rate is lower than your capital gains tax rate, the power of deferring capital gains taxes can leave more money in your pocket with taxable accounts.
The Blunt Bean Counter has a thorough checklist for your yearly financial checkup.
Big Cajun Man asks whether warning labels on dangerous financial products are likely to scare you away or make you more determined to prove that you’re sophisticated enough to handle them.
Retire Happy Blog explains pension splitting rules. This can save retired couples big money.
Preet Banerjee says it’s time to prepare for interest rate increases.
Larry MacDonald says that if Warren Buffett thinks the rich should pay more in taxes, perhaps he should pay some extra taxes voluntarily. I’ve never understood this logic. If a football player objects to steroid use in the league, what sense does it make to tell him that he can avoid steroids and the rest of the players can continue as they please?
Million Dollar Journey warns us about some forex scams.