As I began writing this 3rd installment of my month-long RRSP bloggage, my wise and all-seeing wife (blog plug for Adventuresofmamakujo.com!) pointed out that I made a very large assumption when I began writing these posts. I assumed that my readers actually knew what an RRSP was and the basics of how it works! The… Read More The RRSP: A Beginner’s Guide…the ABC’s of the RRSP!
For this week’s installment (pun intended) of the ABC’s of the RRSP, I’ll try and answer a few age-old questions: Does God exist and, if so, why did he allow the creation of Revenu Quebec? Why don’t ALL toilet seats have that mechanism built-in that makes it go down slowly and how does it do… Read More The RRSP…QRSTUVWXYZ!! Chapter II – What’s that do anyhow??
I’ve received a great response (and surprising since anyone but my Mom reading my blog still surprises me!….thanks Mom.) to my blog post last Thursday on my feelings on Bill 60 and my intention to present before the National Assembly during the public debate beginning in January. I thought I’d clarify the plan since I… Read More For My Daughter: My Brief to the Quebec National Assembly
I remain the Funny Accountant, however what I discovered the other day was more scary and sad than funny. It turns out that not even Revenu Quebec (“RQ”) is familiar with some of their own tax rules and many of the elderly in this Province (and likely elsewhere in Canada) have been doing their taxes… Read More The Elderly and Taxes Gone Wrong: A Not-So-Funny Discovery by The Funny Accountant
First of all, a thank you to @Christellasays and @YummyMummyClub for the original blog post that led me to write my own. My daughter Rose was taught her Hulk Face by her Daddy right around the same time she began communicating by more conventional means. In fact, by the time she mastered her Hulk, she… Read More “I Want My Daughter to Be Weird” -The Daddy Accountant, 2013
Yes, this is technically a Tax Tip Tuesday…but I guess a melancholy start to the week has gotten me in the mood to change the world. And since I have no clue how to do that, I’ll share my Sunday and Monday experiences and maybe it’ll light a fire under someone out there! It obviously… Read More Tax Tip Tuesdays: The Melancholy Yet Thoughtful Accountant
I often get asked, “Mr. Funny Accountant (sometimes I even get a ‘Sir’ at the end), how do I get some cash back from all the donations I make throughout the year?” Easy one! It’s as simple as claiming those donation receipts on your personal tax return (for those of you donating personally and not… Read More Tax Tip Tuesdays: Movember + Donations = Phurry Philanthropy
Here’s a quick and dirty story that goes out to all the Moms and Dads who have ever given their little one a sippy sup or a bottle (AKA all of you). Specifically, at least in my case, a bottle of formula. This particular bottle was given in the living room, and having gotten sidetracked… Read More The Daddy Accountant: The Missing Formula Bottle (Sippy Cup Stories)
I like to think of myself as a Blogger. It makes me feel good inside…like I’m making a difference in the world. I try to listen and learn and engage on Twitter with the hope of drawing just one more potential reader to my blog…but to what end? Yes, I’ve picked up some accounting, bookkeeping… Read More Tax Tip Tuesdays: Accounting for Bloggers…Bloccounting!
So I’m probably going to be really, really fat one day. I love my McDonald’s (nuggets!) and outside of mowing the lawn, taking care of my garden and 2 leagues worth of summer softball, I don’t partake in many physical fitnessy activities. That’s the bad news (for me, mostly). There really is no bad news for… Read More Tax Tip Tuesdays – A 15% discount on Quidditch Lessons? Thanks Canada!