The Federal Government is reviewing certain tax planning opportunities, with a view of making changes. The proposed measures may impact a significant number of business owners and shareholders of private corporations. Please see the attached proposals and discuss these with your accountant or wealth advisor.
The Share the Wealth program was conceived as a way to celebrate the philanthropic efforts of employees by connecting everyone across the organization who contributes their time and exhibits leadership in their volunteerism. Share the Wealth showcases the good work done by our advisors and their teams, and it enables the ScotiaMcLeod Charitable Foundation to give back, by making donations to the charites that our employees are most passionate about, and most intimately involved in.
“People are involved with these charities because they’re a part of their lives — it’s personal. They’ve
had a family member with Parkinson’s; they’ve got a friend who has survived cancer, and they’re contributing because
they want to be a part of a better future.” Rob Gray – Foundation Board Chair
In 2017, advisors attending our national conference in Halifax contributed more than $800,000 to the Foundation! This was an amazing evening of fundraising, where colleagues joined together with personal pledges to donate a percentage of their annual earnings, and other generous lump sums. This will enable the Board to distribute more awards than ever before.
Women & Wealth® is a supporter of this community based event.
On September 23rd, 100 car owners in our community will sleep in their cars for 1 night, in the parking lot of the Oakville YMCA, in support of Home Suite Hope and to raise awareness of homelessness in our community.
Home Suite Hope is a Halton-based charity that helps single parent families who are homeless go from crisis to stability using a holistic approach that includes affordable housing, skills development, education upgrading and wrap around social services.
To register your own car, or to make a donation, click here.