2015 Year End Tax Tips: PDF document (400 KB)
As year-end approaches, here’s our updated annual look at some year-end tax tips you may wish to keep in mind as we enter the final weeks of 2015.
on how the 2015 federal budget may impact you
Intaxication: Why getting a tax refund may be a sign of poor financial planning: PDF document (30 KB)
There are a number of ways to use your tax refund to your advantage or, even better, ensure that your tax refund next year is eliminated altogether and the taxes saved are used throughout the entire year to your benefit.
Now is a great time to revisit some income-splitting strategies, both old and new.
Jamie Golombek discusses Canadian and U.S. tax implications of owning U.S. vacation property.
Tax tips for buying, selling and owning collectibles like artwork, stamps and antiques
Timely tax return advice to help you avoid common, potentially costly errors when preparing your tax return
CIBC's Jamie Golombek offers insight on the federal budget and how it may impact you.
An RRSP is one of the best ways to save for retirement, providing both a tax deduction for contributions and allowing you to avoid paying tax on the accumulated investment income inside the plan.
Making the best choice for saving via an RRSP, TFSA or debt repayment
Bye-bye Bonus!: PDF document (650 KB)
Why small business owners should favour dividends over a bonus.
Blinded by the Refund: PDF document (115 KB)
Why TFSAs may beat RRSPs as better retirement savings vehicles for some Canadians.
Planning with RDSPs: PDF document (100 KB)
People with disabilities and their families have an important tool in their planning toolkit: the Registered Disability Savings Plan (RDSP).
A Registered Education Savings Plan (RESP) is a tax-deferred investment plan that helps you save for a child’s post secondary education, so that you’ll have the funds you need, when you need them.
There are many benefits to saving for your child’s post-secondary education with a CIBC Registered Education Savings Plan (RESP).
Government grants and incentives are available to help you build your RESP savings.
The federal government has Registered Disability Savings Plans (RDSPs) to help parents and other individuals save for the long-term financial security of a person with a disability.
Any person can be a beneficiary of an RDSP if he/she meets the criteria.
Contributions to an RDSP may qualify for a Canada Disability Savings Grant (CDSG) of up to $3,500 per year.
Whether you file your own taxes or have them done by a professional, an organized approach can save you time and money.
Learn how to get the most advantage out of dividend income through tax credits and mutual funds.
Holding multiple bank accounts and RRSPs at different institutions can make your investments less diversified.