Amazon’s HQ2 locations show just how far the suburbs have come
Suburbs, with abundant and less expensive land, are a viable alternative to the congested and expensive urban cores
New business taxes creating ‘a whole new group of losers’
'Gearing up for an onslaught of calls once audits begin for 2018 and 2019 tax years. That’s where the real heat is going to be felt'
How your company can wind up on the hook for your support obligations
Adam N. Black: The veil that protects the corporation can be pierced and the corporation may find itself liable for its shareholders' debts
Why your neighbour’s kid is getting a better mortgage rate than you
Ted Rechtshaffen: The government has effectively decided to support home buyers who do not necessarily have the funds to buy a house
What you need to know about the tax consequences of employee stock options
Jamie Golombek: If you exercise options and don’t immediately sell your stock, you go from an employee to an investor and different tax rules apply
How this woman can find the extra $10,000 per year she needs to make her retirement plan work
The key to the discretionary spending she wants is three more years of work and boosting her investment returns
Annual pace of housing starts picked up in October, topping economists’ expectations
The increase came as the annual pace of urban starts climbed by 8.6 per cent in October to 191,964 units.
Can the co-working revolution in office real estate survive a market downturn?
Vulnerability comes from long-term obligation to landlords while revenue-driving subleases are short-term
Canadians are tuning out real tax agents because of CRA phone scammers
Fraud calls have become so common people assume any calls from the tax-collection agency are bogus
Common sense needs to make a comeback when it comes to powers of attorney
Matthew Urback: There is a balance between protection for the public, and for ensuring that real, legitimate powers of attorney are respected. All we have to do is find it
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