Tax Tips for Getting a Head Start on 2023 presented by RBC Dominion Securities
Tax planning before the year ends can help save taxes when you file your 2022 return and put you on a solid long-term planning course. Join Janice Domaratzki and Andras Birkus, Portfolio Managers at RBC Dominion Securities as they discuss various strategies they implement with their clients each year, and as new tax strategies are created, such as the Staycation Tax Credit for 2022.
A Q& A will follow the webinar, along with the opportunity for a more in-depth portfolio discussion, at a later date, for interested NAFR members.s.
The content will be presented in English, however bilingual participation is encouraged. La présentation se fera en anglais, mais la participation dans les deux langues officielles est encouragée.
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Please note that this webinar will not provide investment advice regarding specific investments, and the NAFR Ottawa Branch takes no responsibility for any investment decisions that participants may make. Participants will be asked to sign a waiver to this effect when they register.
Note: Association members and their guests are welcome to register to participate in this seminar. To become a member, please call 613-745-2559. Your registration confirmation with instructions on how to participate via Zoom will arrive by e-mail.
Ottawa Branch Disclaimer: The Ottawa Branch provides information on issues, products and services of general interest to our membership. It does not endorse a particular position or an issue, product or service, as being suitable for individual members, but brings them to the members’ attention so that they can make up their own minds.
Ottawa Branch does not select or recommend any specific investment products or companies, including the webinar presenters listed above.
If you have any difficulties registering electronically, please email the Ottawa Branch at [email protected] or call 613-737-2199.