some great tips on building , taxes and hst
some great tips on building , taxes and hst
Ping, right in the email, another great encouraging message from Mark and Angel.
Saying No, that must be the answer, saying Yes is sometimes a better option. Weighing those two choices is so important if you think about it. Zoom Zoom TLR
Logically, you know it’s okay to...
Yet, you often seek the exact opposite when life gets stressful and you’re under pressure.
You do the wrong things even when you know better.
Because your mind has so many little weaknesses. It becomes forgetful and insensible when it’s stressed.
Get to there Website, lots of inspirational resources
make your own breakfast and cereal , a little extra work, with major investment in your well being, we literally ground the grains and pulled the ears off the corn stalks for this one
Make a major decision with confidence
Maybe it’s taking the time to build a fence to add some structure to your lot lines, Blessed by friends who help move the project along
surely a more effective way would be to close the loopholes that allow corporations to hide billions offshore to avoid taxation.
The CRA knows full well that countless large corporations are hiding money in tax havens abroad to avoid paying but they do nothing about it.
And for the record, Canadians working overseas do have to file their taxes, it’s just there’s a high threshold before they are required to pay taxes on it
The threshold should probably be dropped down to the middle class level, Fair is fair , you have to get the pennies from those that benefit
Like Ford, a little bit here, a little bit there and you get your budget back in line
you mean like, a little from the hospitals, a few nurses here, a few nurses there. A few schools here and there. A little from the poor, a little more from the poor. A little from green energy subsidization. Sell off some profit generating aspects of the government.
Back to the days of Mike the Knife Harris before we know it
No, if your a Canadian living abroad, you pay the same tax rate less what you pay in the country you live in, simple, effective, fair
fair in what capacity? Pay for services I can’t use? Pay 20-30% of my income to a government that isn’t providing any services for me? Then pay another 17% to the Korean government in income tax. Get real.
If that’s the case, are we going to see your men of the people Ford and Scheer go after corporate tax avoidance, their use of tax havens, and questionable loopholes to not have to pay their share? Cut the unnecessary and pointless subsidies they get from the government, which they pocket and do not re-invest.
There’s a better chance of the Green Party winning the next election than there is the conservatives (or liberals for that matter) go after their rich friends and demand they pay their fair share
Your a Canadian, that’s is worth a couple bucks a day in my books
2 billion dollars from those abroad every yr will help hire a few auditors for sure
You will get to vote as well, sounds like a bargain to me
this is a great idea, I am sure the Green Party and ndp will love it. It’s a bit socialist, but very capitalist at the same time, Canada invested in a person, they should get a return for that investment. Especially if that person win the birthplace lottery and found themselves getting the benefit of a doctor, school teacher, bus driver, born in a hospital, took a bus somewhere, drive a car over a bridge or on a 4 lane highway after it was plowed after a snow storm, they should pay a little back for winning that lottery. If they managed to get a decent job overseas , why they should pay at least a percentage of that extra just like everyone else that decided to stay. Alternatively, pay an exit fee , kinda like buying your pension back, you can scale anything and make it fair.
that system is already there. Canadians working abroad making a certain amount of money are required to pay back. Those who benefited from Canada’s services and high standard of living are asked to give back. Your idea is to lower the threshold and squeeze the smaller folk, which has always been the policy of the conservatives. Protect the wealthy, and crush the poor
Collect extra 2 billion dollars, that’s the goal
from those who can afford it the least? Why not start by cutting our subsidies to those who have more than enough?
We give subsidies to corporations and the rich and instead of re-investing the money, they hoard it. As we’ve seen with GM, and in recent years, Heinz, Proctor-Gamble, Caterpillar, that regardless of how profitable they are, and the subsidies they receive, their greed will never be satisfied and they will abandon their workers
Have tax laws and processes changed since the Trudeau government began, or are they the same as the Harper government's policies and laws?
Announcing foreign aid alongside celebrities is a long standing tradition. https://www.thestar.com/.../aga_khan_prime_minister... Yes...thanks that we can speak freely about attempts to politicize aid announcements, either by governments, or by criticizing governments.
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some great tips on a day time line
I use some of these myself
This morning was our weekly Rotary meeting. It starts at 7. I was honoured along with Dave Paul with a Paul Harris award for our community service. It’s a great honour.
Bob Castle spoke about my background and community service. It was good to hear. I very much enjoyed Dave Pauls story as well. Bonnie Burke introduced him and our club President Susan Brister and fellow Dream Mountains Foundation climber made Dave’s presentation.
Time management tip, write a little review while having your lunch break while the idea and content is fresh in your mind.
Ohio isn’t known for being on the screaming bleeding edge of technology, but it’s now an early adopter of bitcoin. Yesterday, the 34th largest state in the US became the first to accept the volatile coin for tax payments.
After what feels like a decade of threatening to shelf their current business for crypto, Overstock’s CEO says he will finally shut down its retail business in February. And people are more bullish on blockchain than bed sets: Its stock surged 26% after the news.”
Great article that speaks to the regularness of what we are experiencing this year.
Everyone’s situation is different and how we process risk concepts is different. We often utilize this strategy to smooth out the risk so our clients do not worry during troubled times. ( from a media perspective)
Need career help? Start writing your own eulogy. When we imagine our own deaths, and even write drafts of the way we’d like to be remembered, we can examine our priorities and goals from a broader perspective. Executive coach Daniel Harkavy encouragesthe CEOs he works with to draft two eulogies: the one that would be read today, and another that encompasses all of their future achievements. Comparing the two can help you reevaluate how you are spending your time and the decisions you are making. • Here’s what people are saying.
here is the article
”In that 2005 Stanford commencement address where Jobs talked about the importance of realizing you are going to die, he also stated that, upon reflecting on his success, he realized “You can’t connect the dots looking forward; you can only connect them looking backward.”
Yet with the eulogy technique, now maybe you don’t have to wait until the end of your life to connect the dots. By changing your point of view and shifting your perspective from your present to your future, you’ll be able to see where you want to end up, and then know what steps you’ll next to take–what dots you’ll need to connect–to get there.”
Music with a warrior’s beat
there is a place for us
One Step At A Time!
”Be The Adventure”
great idea !
I came across this word this morning while researching some articles on wills and the second will. The second will has become a concern in the legal and estate planning world recently.
More direction is required and I suspect more cases will come forward for dissection.
going to add some stuff on friends here
the article above speaks to fixing a broken friendship, seems like a good place to start
as the song writer wrote , “ What a friend we have in Jesus “
Love Maps , what a blessing they can be, which way to go, charting the course
"I think there's a lesson we learn about just following through with what you said you're going to do."
- Dana Meise of Sherwood Park, Alta., on his 10-year project to hike all 21,000 kilometres of the Trans Canada trail, which he completed in Tuktoyaktuk, NWT this week.
Rotary video on Giving Tuesday above.
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Homemade Corn Chips :)
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