When we get married, the plan is to stay married. But life and statistics suggests that's not always the case. When a marriage ends before you do, what’s the plan?
In this episode of SARA MAKES SENSE, Sara looks at the financial landmines that accompany an emotional separation. Mistakes can be made in a moment that end up lasting a lifetime.
As we prepare for a post COVID economy, many Canadians are starting their own business.
If you’re becoming an entrepreneur, there are many new roads you will travel, one of them is incorporating your business. Tax implications, pension plan and making sure your corporation doesn’t become YOUR boss.
In this terrific episode of SARA MAKES SENSE, Sara peels back the layers on incorporating your business and why incorporating could save you money, sleepless nights and even relationships.
Car Insurance. Home Insurance. Life Insurance. Those are the so-called big 3 in the insurance space, but you know insurance can stretch far and wide.
It’s good to have peace of mind, but how much insurance is too much?
In this episode of SARA MAKES SENSE, Sara speaks with Insurance expert Tony Salgado about the real Wants, Wishes and Must Haves of insurance in 2021. Safe to say, you’re covered.
It happens in life, sometimes through a tax return, severance payment, increased income, inheritance, or the sale of a house. There are occasions when cash comes your way in a lump sum.
It can be a good problem to have, but a solved problem gets you closer to your goals.
In this episode of SARA MAKES SENSE, we withdraw the myths about cash and deposit some useable, workable takeaways to solve your cash problem.
HERE are the show notes for the March 2021 episode with James Rhodes, tax lawyer.
Notes include details on the 3 available methods for deducting expenses relating to working at home in 2021.
Notes are intended as general information only. For specific advice related to your particular situation, please consult with your tax or legal professional.