Old Age Security Benefit Going Up

Old Age Security Benefit Going Up

In her first speech since the federal budget, Canadian Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland announced […]

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Ontario Strengthens Consumer Protection by Regulating who can use Financial Planner and Financial Advisor Titles

Ontario Strengthens Consumer Protection by Regulating who can use Financial Planner and Financial Advisor Titles […]

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Update: Income Tax Act Amendment

The AFDS cast it’s letter to the Minister of Finance supporting the Income Tax Act Amendment and are awaiting a reply. **Letter mail may be sent postage-free to any member of Parliament.

The AFDS cast its letter to the Minister of Finance supporting the Income Tax Act Amendment and is awaiting a reply.
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Amending the Income Tax Act to Treat Parents and Children of Separated Families Fairly

Canadian PM Crest

March 7, 2022

Dear Minister Freeland,

Re: Amending the Income Tax Act to treat children of separated parents fairly

The Academy of Financial Divorce Specialists reiterates 2 areas of tax legislation that are very unfair to parents and children of separated or divorced families.

These points were originally brought up by a Chartered Financial Divorce Specialist in 2017 and multiple times in 2019. The Canadian Bar Association also brought it up in 2020.
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