CCPC GRIP account

Corporation GRIP As a Tax Slashing Weapon

What is corporate GRIP? GRIP (General Rate Income Pool) is a notional account, which means it only exists on paper[…]

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Horizon Bond Swap-based HBB ETF Is Like “The Little Blue Pill” For Fixed Income In A Taxable Cash Account

As people get older, there are, uhmmm, things that they sometimes need a little help with… For example, many shift[…]

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Swap-Based ETFs – Quantifying The Risk Reward Relationship

Quantifying Investment Risk Risk is sometimes predictable and easy to quantify. Those of us who were allowed to play unsupervised[…]

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Physician Financial Grand Rounds – Bariatric Edition

The Best Articles on Physician Finance The best physician finance content is written by physician bloggers scattered across the internet.[…]

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General Risks With Swap-Based ETFs – Behind The Magic Curtain

Swap-based ETFs have a number of potential benefits for an investor using a taxable account or Canadian Controlled Private Corporation[…]

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The Magic Trick of Swap-Based ETFs

Watch very closely while I make the investment income disappear. Magic! There are ways to make investment income disappear. I[…]

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Choose Your Weapons – Financial Tools and Strategies For Incorporated Professionals to Repel Tax Pirates

I previously gave some illustrative examples of how crossing the new sliding active-passive income threshold into the higher general corporate[…]

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Limboing With The New Passive-Active Income Tax Rules for Private Corporations

It is clear to Canadians that our government leaders like to dance.┬áThe recent trip governmental trip to India also put[…]

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With the New CCPC Passive Income Rules – Is It Bad to be Good?

I previously gave a simplified description of the effects on professionals at different income levels. That basic modelling ignored some[…]

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Physician and High Income Professionals Personal Finance Blog Roll

There are many styles of financial Kung Fu. I grew up watching classic foreign Kung Fu movies where schools would[…]

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