has a tax plan. It is called the Income Tax Act of Canada.
problem is that the Income Tax Act contains so many
rules, exceptions to rules, exceptions to exceptions
etc. that it is incomprehensible to the average person.
On the other hand, the Act does provide numerous opportunities
for individuals and corporations to structure their
affairs to reduce their overall tax liabilities. Most
taxpayers, unfortunately, are improperly structured
and will pay far more taxes during their lifetimes than
take a conservative approach to tax planning because
we know that clients can realize extremely significant
tax savings over the long term by re-structuring their
investment portfolios to optimize the benefits offered
to them by the Income Tax Act. We examine the client's
current financial situation in light of the client's
medium and long term goals and objectives and provide
recommendations relating to the optimum structure.