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buying Pre-construction Homes
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Case Study Follow Up: 5 Lessons Learned from Lily Buying MULTIPLE Pre-construction Homes

This is a special week for our family. We got to celebrate Fathers day with my father-in-law. We got to welcome the family of Sharmein, who’s our kids’ nanny, to our house. They arrived Tuesday evening. Sharmein understandably…
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One Tip on Startup & 5 Tax Considerations Buying a place for University Kids

We are back at the Realtor Quest this year. This is our third year at the event. It's always interesting to meet a few familiar faces and so many new faces. One realtor that I spoke with last year came up to say hi to me. He thanked…
UNPAID TAXES
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5 Lessons Learned From $600 Million Unpaid Taxes

I hope everyone had a great May long weekend. We spent our weekend at one of our favourite cousin's wedding. My kids were the ring bearer and flower girl. They had never been to a wedding before, let alone being part of the party.…
3 Investment Tips Every Real Estate Investor Can Benefit From
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3 Investment Tips Every Real Estate Investor Can Benefit From

This past week went by fast. It was a fun filling weekend with my mom and my family. We took the kids to a Pirate show downtown Toronto. We even got my mom, who's usually serious, to dress up! My mom is my superhero. She's inspired me…
Lessons Learned from Tax Season

5 Lessons Learned from Tax Season

HoHoHo!  April finally passed! I must thank my entire team for pulling through this tax season with me.  It’s not easy, and we have a lot of room for improvements. What better way to celebrate the end of tax season and the beginning…
income tax act

BEHIND THE INCOME TAX ACT: WOW! The Tax Secret Only Small Business Owners Can Enjoy

I was doing my usual class at Rock Star Real Estate Brokerage this past Saturday. As I was discussing the new Federal tax changes to small businesses and how it could affect some of the real estate investors, one person mentioned the upcoming…

7 Land Development Tips for Real Estate Developers

It takes some courage to say no.  Sometimes, it may mean saying no to potentially some good money and a lot of fun. One of my best friends is an accountant (surprise, surprise! LOL). For years, I would share with her what I do with…
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2 Strategies to Reduce Your Capital Gain Tax at Year-End

Recently I finished listening to the book Leaders Eat Last written by Simon Sinek. There's a lot of great advice, as usual, by Simon.  But one of the ideas that sticks with me the most was his comment about American politicians in the past…
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Unfair Proposed Tax Changes Entrepreneurs Need to Know About

Nothing makes me more upset when reading this consulting paper released by the Finance Minister this past Tuesday. Our government always seems to forget, the objective behind taxing people is to raise sufficient funds to provide for our…
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How to Lower Your Taxes by Distinguishing Between Capital Gain and Income

Over the years, I’ve met a few people that would be so concerned about paying taxes that they would not invest at all. I also have a few people who put so much attention into deducting personal expenses even though they aren’t doing…