No. It's not that busy really

Feb 27, 2019 |Jeremy Goldfarb
RRSP season. Such a funny thing to say really. There's Summer/Winter/Spring/Fall....even hockey and baseball season if you will. But RRSP season? C'mon. Some financial marketing "expert" dreamed that baby up years ago as a means to drum up fervor to pile...
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TFSA part II

Feb 22, 2019 |Jeremy Goldfarb
About a month ago, I published a piece citing the contribution amounts available for the TFSA account, and a short note on how they work, but as I have been listening to people talk RRSP vs TFSA lately (they call this RRSP season which is one of the most...
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You want to read this: Opportunity Zones

Feb 21, 2019 |Jeremy Goldfarb
A little known component of the sweeping changes brought on by Trump's US tax bill in 2017, has created massive opportunity for investors in the United States. A fledgling strategy, I think that Canada could benefit from watching closely to see how this...
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Rent vs. Own - the debate is settled

Feb 14, 2019 |Jeremy Goldfarb
An interesting article in the FP this morning which you can read here either before or after reading my comments. I have rarely run into people for which there is a gray area in this debate. It seems it is entirely black or white when it comes to opinions...
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Timing the market

Feb 14, 2019 |Jeremy Goldfarb
There's an old saying that it's not about timing the market.....it's TIME IN THE MARKET..... Many of you know that I firmly believe that without a Delorean (and Doc Emmett Brown), or a crystal ball, it is virtually impossible to time the highs and lows...
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Underwater Financing

Feb 14, 2019 |Jeremy Goldfarb
Some experts believe that a major potential risk in the Canadian economy is in the automotive financing sector. While very recent data shows reduced auto sales, the past number of years has seen creative financing packages offer more expensive vehicles...
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Crystal ball tax planning

Feb 07, 2019 |Jeremy Goldfarb
Horror films, can be unnerving, but horror literature? I would recommend Livio Di Matteo’s essay. It compares personal income tax from now to where the tax started (post WW1(ish)). One great difference between now and then is how little revenue the income...
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You get what you pay for.

Feb 06, 2019 |Jeremy Goldfarb
"We've really made the money out of high quality businesses. In some cases, we bought the whole business. And in some cases, we just bought a big block of stock. But when you analyze what happened, the big money's been made in the high quality businesses...
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