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Just because your ex failed to disclose assets, doesn’t mean you get a cut

The non-disclosure of assets is a recurring theme in family court./iStockphoto Family lawyers advising their clients inevitably tell them...

Taking this step when filing your taxes can help you avoid a gross negligence...

Make sure you have all the proper receipts before you make a claim on your taxes./iStockphoto This week, the...

RRSP vs. TFSA: Why the tax free savings account is often the better choice...

RRSP or TFSA. Which one is better?Illustration by Chloe Cushman/National Post files TORONTO — The registered retirement savings plan...

B.C. couple charging $3,100 a month for a condo that’s still losing money told...

This couple owns two condos, but the properties are not generating the return they should be.National Post photo illustration by Gigi Suhanic

These are the potential tax measures federal budget watchers are speculating about this year

Finance Minister Bill Morneau is expected to table the budget the week of March 18, though it could also be delivered sometime in April.Sean...

The RRSP strategies every investor in their 60s should know

If you are in your 60s, there are strategies you should be considering concerning Registered Retirement Savings Plans.Ryan Remiorz/The Canadian Press

The ‘bulletproof’ retirement plan: Why this Alberta man can stop worrying about losing his...

In Alberta, a man we’ll call Fred, 55, has thrived in his career as a marketing researcher, building...

Tips are taxable income, even when they come from gambling winnings

You don't have to pay taxes on money you win gambling. But tips from gambling winnings is another story.Wayne Parry/AP Photo

Changes in property ownership can have unexpected and wide-ranging consequences in family law

Whenever a change of ownership is considered, all parties to the transaction should make their intentions and goals clear.Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg

Trudeau is right: 40% of Canadians don’t pay income taxes, which means someone else...

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said this week “low-income families don’t benefit from tax breaks because they don’t pay taxes."Cole Burston/The Canadian Press

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It’s not too late: Canada, not Sidewalk Labs, should be driving...

Three levels of government have already committed $1.25 billion in flood protection infrastructure to enable the development of Toronto's Port Lands.Photo Illustration by Becky...