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  • Incorporated physicians: A heads-up about health and welfare trusts

    Incorporated physicians: A heads-up about health and welfare trusts

    Health and welfare trusts will be discontinued but could be converted to employee life and health trusts.

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  • Spring cleaning? Let’s tackle your financial clutter

    Spring cleaning? Let’s tackle your financial clutter

    If you have financial clutter, here are some tips on decluttering your financial life, including tossing financial papers, consolidating your accounts and paying down debt.

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  • Tax deductions and credits all physicians should know about

    Tax deductions and credits all physicians should know about

    Be sure to claim all the tax deductions and tax credits you’re eligible for as a physician in Canada, including medical, moving, childcare, caregiver and disability.

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  • Tax deductions and credits all physicians should know about

    Tax deductions and credits all physicians should know about

    Be sure to claim all the tax deductions and tax credits you’re eligible for as a physician in Canada, including medical, moving, childcare, caregiver and disability.

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  • Med students: Getting ready to file your 2018 tax return

    Med students: Getting ready to file your 2018 tax return

    If you’re a med student or resident, you may think there’s no need to file a tax return, but you might be surprised at the benefits filing can provide. Here are some simple steps to get organized.

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  • 5 tax tips you may not know about

    5 tax tips you may not know about

    Optimize your tax return: file your tax return early, adjust your tax return for missed credits and deductions and claim the home accessibility credit, disability tax credit and medical expenses.

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    Introducing the MD Platinum Global Real Estate Pool

    For a limited time only, MD Platinum Global Real Estate Pool is available exclusively to Canadian physicians and their families. Find out how global private real estate investments can add diversifi

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    Global private real estate investing primer

    Global private real estate investing primer

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    Welcome to MD Platinum: The power of private investments

    MD Platinum provides institutional-grade global private investments, not available on public markets or exchanges to complement traditional asset allocations by potentially improving returns.

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  • Your tax return: How to claim the home accessibility credit

    Your tax return: How to claim the home accessibility credit

    The home accessibility tax credit helps make homes safer and more accessible for people with disabilities and the elderly. Claim up to $10,000 each year for a tax savings of $1,500.]

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  • Tax tips for medical students, residents and medical fellows

    Tax tips for medical students, residents and medical fellows

    Tax Tips for Medical Students, Residents and Medical Fellows

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  • Tax Tips for Retired Physicians

    Tax Tips for Retired Physicians

    Tax Tips for Retired Physicians

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  • Claim your investment fees on your tax return

    Claim your investment fees on your tax return

    Carrying charges are expenses you incur to earn investment income in non-registered accounts: fees to manage or take care of your investments and fees for certain investment advice.

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  • Tax tips for physicians and physicians in training (in-practice)

    Tax tips for physicians and physicians in training (in-practice)

    Tax Tips for Physicians and Physicians in Training

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  • Rethinking RRSPs and TFSAs for incorporated doctors

    Rethinking RRSPs and TFSAs for incorporated doctors

    Passive income rules have changed for incorporated professionals.Where it once made sense to shelter your earnings in a corporation alone, today you might want to consider saving outside of your corp.

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  • Tax Tips for Medical Students and Residents for the 2018 Tax Year

    Tax Tips for Medical Students and Residents for the 2018 Tax Year

    As a medical student or resident, being aware of things like tax benefits can help reduce the tax you pay and put you ahead financially. Here are some tax tips, including ways to help reduce your tax

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  • Four tips to help you manage your finances

    For new in practice physicians, setting up a debt repayment plan – and tracking where money is being spent – is a crucial step toward financial well-being. Now that you’re finally making an income,

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  • Five tax tips for medical residents

    As a medical resident, being aware of the tax benefits that you may qualify for can help minimize the taxes you pay.

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  • A smart practice: Splitting income to keep more of your money

    A smart practice: Splitting income to keep more of your money

    Income splitting is a tax strategy that allows a higher-income earning spouse to equalize their income with their lower-income earning partner to effectively lower their overall tax bill.

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  • Sharing the wealth: why it pays to donate private shares to charity in your estate plan

    If you are an incorporated physician, you can reduce the tax burden on your estate by donating shares from your private corporation

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