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Monthly webinars will cover some of the foundational financial and planning areas, as well as some of the areas that I frequently review with clients.


Webinars will cover general information.  These sessions are intended to either get you started on your own organizing; help you shape your questions for an individual meeting with me or to remind you of concepts that you've met before.


December's conversation- Tax returns
Tuesday Dec 5 7:00pm- 8:00pm EST

webinar fee: $10

Yes, you read that correctly- join us for a festive conversation about tax returns.  A tax return is how you have a conversation with CRA- make sure you understand what you're saying, what you could say and why this tax conversation matters.


Click here to register for Dec 5

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