Entries by Cherry

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How to Qualify for Best Mortgage Terms Using Corporations

Many of you would have known, English is my second language. It shows in my writing style, it shows when I talk. My mother tongue is Cantonese.  I can speak both Cantonese and Mandarin.  I learned English in Hong Kong, but no one really spoke English to me, naturally it wasn’t great.  I just didn’t […]

How to Put Rent Collection on Autopilot

“I was in Qingdao a few years ago.  I was at this temple that Laozi was in thousands of years ago, stood at the same place.  It was very interesting,” said Jean, an 80-year-old store associate at Indigo, as she continued to wrap the 5 presents.  When she described her China trip, her face glowed.  […]

3 Simple Strategies to Make the Best 2020

Happy Boxing Day everyone.  I’m writing this blog post as I was sitting at the New Orleans International Airport waiting to board my flight back to Toronto again the second time.  We left our cruise trip bright and early the day before, boarded the plane and we were disembarked due to mechanical issue.  No words […]

The Accountant Way to Analyze All Problems

While I was off sick lying in bed for a few days, my team got to attend one of QB Connect Toronto, one of my favorite industry conferences.   I’m so grateful that they’re learning the latest apps and tax changes so they can apply them in our businesses.  They even got to see Chris Hadfield […]

How Would Federal Election Result Affect Your Tax Bill

It’s been a crazy few weeks here at my office. Between finalizing the Wealth Hacker Conference program and presentation for the day, to presenting at a few events, it’s was a hectic month.  One of the presentation topics was how the Federal election result affect our tax bills.  Justin Trudeau’s Liberal party campaigned on quite a […]

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8 Ways to Increase Cash Flow from Real Estate Portfolio

I work exclusively with real estate investors and real estate agents. We all believe that real estate investing is a long-term investment vehicle. Most of us start by refinancing our own home, pull out some equity (borrow against our house), and invest. As long as our return on investment is higher than the added interest […]

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4 Most Asked Questions About Travel Expense Answered!

This week, I’m in the wonderful city of Edmonton. In my line of work, I don’t get to travel very often.  We may travel to attend conferences, but rarely we need to leave the comfort of our own home to visit different cities. When I get the invitation to speak to a group of real […]

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The Proven Cash System That Works With All Entrepreneurs

On Wednesday, I got to attend a local Entrepreneur Organization Accelerator training day.  Entrepreneur Organization (EO) is a global entrepreneur network that helps small business owners to grow through networking and peer to peer learning.  Participants need to have a minimum revenue requirement to join EO.  My business isn’t there yet. 😉 That’s also the […]

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How to Hire Your Children and Split Income Legitimately

It has been an exciting week here at my household. Both kids are off to school. Yep, both Robin and Bruce are officially in full-day Kindergarten. We got a letter from his school about Bruce’s class placement. He didn’t get into the class we requested. You’re probably thinking now… Cherry must be one of those helicopter […]