Who pays capital gain tax?

Who pays capital gain tax?

Look no further if you want to discover who pays capital gain tax (and if it includes you)

Who pays capital gain tax? Investors who sell a stock outside of an RRSP or RRIF pay capital gains tax if they’ve made a profit on the… Read More

An easy way to cut your capital gains tax liability

An easy way to cut your capital gains tax liability

With capital gains taxed at a lower rate than interest, we advise you to structure your investments to profit from that favourable tax treatment.
It’s no surprise that during the 2016 tax season, investors inundated us with questions about how to cut their capital gains tax… Read More

What is Pat’s commentary for the week of May 3, 2016

We continually scour the Canadian and U.S. markets for stocks to recommend as buys to our Inner Circle. We generally get excited about only a handful—that is, excited enough to recommend them as buys in our publications.

Most stocks we look at have one or more… Read More

What do we mean when we say to hold a stock?

A large number of stocks fall into a grey area. We wouldn’t advise buying them, but they are “okay to hold,” in our view.

We often recommend to TSI Network investors that it’s “okay to hold a stock”. To understand our recommendation, you need to consider… Read More

What is Pat’s commentary for the week of October 7, 2014

Inner Circle members sometimes wonder how they should interpret our advice. In particular, they wonder what they should do when they ask about a stock and we say it’s “okay to hold”. To understand that recommendation, you need to consider it in light of the… Read More