Looking to get away? Travelling during spring break is ideal for a few reasons; The kids have time off of school, the weather is still gross, and for most industries (excluding accounting) work volume stays relatively steady. Before you plan your getaway you should consider a few things that could save you money in the long run!
February 20 is Family Day, a free day off school and work! It’s the perfect chance to get out and explore the city, so check out what’s open and what’s happening on around the GTA on Monday.
(NC) Many of us dream about becoming business owners. If you want to turn this vision into a reality, the first step is financing your new business. Check out these four key steps you can start thinking about today:
1. Consider personal financial investment. Be prepared to invest your own capital into your business. Most financing options, including government financing, require you to provide a portion of the investment.
Tax time can be a hectic part of the year. Fortunately, there’s plenty you can do to get ready. Check out these tips to get through the season without breaking a sweat.
1. Get ready. Everything you need to know to do your taxes, including important due dates, is available here.
2. Do your taxes on time — and online. If you owe taxes, file your return and pay on time to avoid late-filing penalties and interest. If you don’t owe taxes, you should still do your taxes on time to receive your Canada child benefit and GST/HST credit payments without delay. If you’re expecting a refund, it can be in your bank account in as little as eight days if you file online and sign up for direct deposit.
If you’ve been in the work force for 20 years, you’re likely in your peak earning years. As your finances improve, now is the time to also focus on improving your long-term financial future. Here are some tips from the experts at Investors Group.