More Money For Beer and Textbooks

More Money for Beer and Textbooks (Book Giveaway)

Comments closed pending a winner… “Many students stumble through their late teens and early twenties in some sort of student-loan-fuelled, lifestyle inflating haze. They believe that a budget is more confusing than advanced calculus, and debt becomes some imaginary concept to be dealt with in a faraway land called The Future…” (More Money for Beer and Textbooks, pg. 13) [easyazon_image add_to_cart=”default” align=”left” asin=”0991748204″ cloaking=”default” ...

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Investing in Canadian Stocks

Canadian Dividends and the Dividend Tax Credit

The following post is written by Brian So, an insurance advisor and blogger at While my previous posts focused on the impact of withholding tax on dividends paid from the US and foreign companies, I realize that most people have a high concentration of their portfolio in the Canadian market. Therefore, to wrap up my mini-series on dividends, the last topic will be on dividends paid by Canadian companies. Don’t worry, there won’t be any complex withholding tax rules discussed ...

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