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10 Tax Tips for Young Professionals

It isn’t always easy to find the answers—and as you learn more about filing your taxes, you might even come up with new questions entirely. That’s why we’ve put together the top 10 tax tips for young professionals in Canada to help you understand exactly what you are up against. If you’re ready to start thinking about filing your taxes, start with the tips below to make the process as stress-free and as efficient as possible!

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What to Do with Your Tax Refund

There are plenty of great ways to take your tax refund and turn that money into smart financial moves. After all, your return isn’t coming out of thin air: it’s a percentage of your hard-earned income over the past year. Why not use this opportunity to make your money work for you this year?

If you’re stuck on how to use your tax refund for the greater financial good, don’t panic—we’ve already done the hard work for you. Below, we’ve compiled seven of the best ways to turn your refund into better financial management in 2020 and beyond.

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How to Prepare for Tax Season 2020

If you’re starting to feel the pressure from tax season, don’t worry: we’ve got you covered. In the sections below, we’ll cover the best tips on how to prepare for tax season 2020 to help you make it through these next couple of months (without tearing your hair out in the process).

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How to Reduce Taxes

As working people ascend to higher levels of success, they will inevitably wish to maintain their financial earnings. This can be particularly challenging when tax season comes around. For this reason, many hardworking individuals are constantly seeking out various means of reducing their taxes and holding onto the money which they have rightfully earned. Thankfully, there are a host of legal means which people can employ as they work to …

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Financial Secrets Every Job Quitter Should Know

So, you hate your job and want to quit? Are you really ready to do something like this? Don't forget the everyday costs you have! While it is your personal choice to decide when to quit a position, it is also important to realize that decision has to be owned. If this is going to put you in a bad financial situation then you should wait. It's smart to be …

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Saving Or Investing: What Is Right For Canadians?

wp-content/uploads/2016/06/save-invest-4836742.jpg You have to weigh what is going to give you the best return for your financial future.  If you have a great job, good benefits, and an excess in funds, perhaps investing some of that excess is right for you.  However, if you work a traditional job and have very little left over after bills and other necessities--saving that extra might be the smarter choice.  60% of Canadians appear to …

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