2013 Year-End Tax Planning Guide

The goal of personal tax planning is to minimize or defer taxes payable which requires some flexibility as the year 2013 comes to an end. Now is the perfect time to assess your tax standing and to identify appropriate planning strategies for the coming year. This guide is intended to help you do just that. It has been formatted as answers to the most common questions asked in year-end planning and preparation for the 2013 taxation year.

We would like to remind you that the ideas and strategies discussed in this guide are of general nature and are not intended to provide a complete discussion of each subject and strategy. Consideration must also be given to particular circumstances before application of any concept or idea discussed herein. The reader is urged to consult a tax specialist and obtain professional tax advice before adopting any of the strategies discussed. We would be pleased to provide additional information and discuss application to specific situation and as such we invite you to contact any of our partners for more information or simply to determine whether a particular planning idea or strategy is right for you. This information contained in this guide is not intended to be used by the reader for the purposes of avoiding tax liability and penalties.

Finally, this guide contains facts and figures that are based on information issued by the Canada Revenue Agency and Revenue Quebec and is subject to change, on annual basis. For those facts and figures, it is believed that they are complete and up to date on the day this guide is published. Please consult our website regularly for up to date information on this guide.


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