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There are two important updates to the 2014 Canadian tax laws. If you are a Canadian make sure you know these changes ... don't we pay enough in taxes??   #taxtips   #taxtime   #financialadvice  
Most Canadians have until April 30, 2015 to file their income tax returns for the fiscal year of 2014. The exceptions are people who are either self-employed or live with a self-employed (can be common-law) spouse, in which case the filing deadline is June 15, 2015.
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Overwhelmed with response for the article . Got more than 1500 views so far . So many likes and shares . Thank all readers  for  such response .  .
http://www.plannprogress.com/tax-planning.html
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Get financially secured . Do not make money a sensitive issue between spouses. #CashAdvanceLoansOnline repairs your debt.  
Are you aware of spouse’s financial condition? Make sure of their credit score and be transparent as per the finances is concerned. Make Use of cash Advance loans for bad credit to balance your debt.
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Live your own #SuperBowl through a better understanding of money. Play #FinancialFootball >>> http://goo.gl/zdxZoR
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Still confused about where all the money you are earning is going? check out this #FinancialGuide  from CashOne to help you with your finances.
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Having lived through bankruptcy myself I find it very interesting to observe the camps of bankruptcy...
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The inevitable question every soon-to-be home owner asks themselves - fixed or variable? Do you know the pros and cons of both? We break it down for you here #mortage  
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The Obama Administration is rolling out the new myRA this month. Here's my take on why it is a terrible idea for retirement savings, but may make sense as an emergency rainy day fund.

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Imagine if the federal government offered a new variation on the Roth IRA for 2015.  When you opened a version of this new account, you would still make all contributions on an after tax basis.  So...
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Look how “Pay Less, Save More” has become the catchphrase this holiday season.  The following #holidaymoneysavingtips will prevent you from sulking due to money drained on unnecessary items
The objective of it was to save the hassles of the last-minute-pinch and also to save as many dollars as possible.
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On behalf of Keys Value Investing and family-members of KVI!

Wishing all our members and family Merry Christmas, Happy new year and peace!
Best regards,
Mike
http://keysvalueinvesting.com
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Forget about worry if a credit card or debit card is right for you. Or even if you should buy or lea...
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I have to give a big hat tip to Croatia for trying a new approach to help its poorest citizens find ...
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What are you doing to maximize the value of your 401(k)?
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This article is on point. I have clients who are 401k millionaires.
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There will be points in your life where you feel like even getting by is a struggle – let alone actually saving some money in a bank or portfolio. More often than not, just your basic living expenses might be what’s eating into your bank account.
More often than not, just your basic living expenses might be what’s eating into your bank account. If you’re feeling the sting at the bank, take a look at these easy ways to cut household expenses.
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Are you in #startup mode for the new year? Learn to measure your return on investments first (ROI)
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