Archive for April, 2011

Having run my own business for pretty much my whole adult life, I find this skill so Important. It’s amazing how See-Through Vision can make all the difference in the world. See-Through Vision is the simplest most important skill that you’ll ever develop. You actually start developing it between the age of three years old and […]

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Because so many of you requested more information on how to make your mortgage tax deductible, I’ve put together a link below to a Power Point Presentation that will hopefully answer most of your questions. Remember, one of the MOST important requirements is the “Right Mortgage” Having said that, you may want to contact me […]

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You’re probably curious why Seatle homeowners can deduct their mortgage interest to reduce their tax bills, but Canadian homeowner across the border in Vancouver cannot make their mortgage tax deductible? You may be surprised to hear that you can make all of your mortgage interest tax deductible in Canada! The wealthy people in this country […]

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I remember years ago when I actually clued in to how much money our family was wasting. This article in the Globe & Mail is soooo true. Save yourself thousands – Robin Schade, a 25-year-old student and business owner from Calgary, used to pay $122 a month in bank fees and unnecessary insurance. She paid […]

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I have a group of entrepreneurs who I mentor on marketing and when I met with them last week the fact that they got so much out of the following story really made me want to share it with you it’s about the Chinese bamboo tree. You plant a little seed, you water it, and […]

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The BBC has released a dramatic recollection of events at ground zero when the Japanese earthquake and tsunami hit on March 11. The source is an unnamed maintenance worker who witnessed and experienced events in real time. Below is his story. When the massive earthquake occurred it was a little before three o’clock in the […]

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Lenders are in business to make (not lose) money. Consequently when a bank lends money it wants to ensure that it will get paid back. To maximize the possibility of being paid back, the bank wants to make sure that there is sufficient assurance that a person can and will pay back a loan. The […]

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