by Michelle Waitzman When you’re self-employed, saving for retirement is anything but simple. There’s no employee pension, no group RRSPs, and no steady paycheque to count on. I sat down with Aldwin Chin, a financial advisor with Edward Jones in Toronto, to get his insights on how to save for retirement as a freelancer. This … Continue reading Retirement savings for freelancers: What you need to know
Taxes can be like monsters under your bed: they’re scary because you don’t know what lurks there. This seminar takes the fear away by taking the mystery away. In three entertaining hours, you’ll learn how to reduce your tax bill and keep the Canada Revenue Agency happy at the same time. Learn which expenses are … Continue reading Seminar: Taxes for freelancers
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3exumDXffvA At the February 2015 meeting of EAC's Toronto branch, tax advisor Sunny Widerman spoke with editors about how to make tax time less frightening. Discussion topics included expenses, registering for GST/HST, and what the Canada Revenue Agency really wants from you. For more information, contact Sunny at personaltaxadvisors.ca.
By Carolyn Camilleri For many people, doing taxes is like going to the dentist—a necessary evil that adds pressure more than it creates fear. So says Sunny Widerman, accountant and owner of Personal Tax Advisors. Unless, she adds, you are self-employed and looking at a mountain of receipts that you are not sure what to … Continue reading Taking the terror out of taxes