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Jonny from Wealth Brick Road

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Name:
The Wealth Brick Road
Category:
General Finance
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Start Year:
2014

Blogger Bio

Net worth:
$600,000.00
Location:
Barrie, Ontario, Canada
Age:
30s
Race:
White
Gender:
Male
Life stage:
DINK (Dual Income, No Kids)
Profession:
Accountant
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Latest Blog Posts

It’s April 30th, and here in Canada that means it’s about time we open up the shoe box of tax receipts and get down to filing our taxes! While I’m sure many of you finished filing weeks ago, for the rest of us slackers a few last minute tips. TAX FILING AND PAYMENT DEADLINE The ... ...
Posted: Apr 30 2018 @ 11:57 AM
Retirement is a huge life milestone. It’s one many of us look forward to for years. But it can come as a bit of a shock when it finally arrives. As with many things in this world, preparation is key. By thinking about retirement before it happens and putting some plans in place, you’re much ... ...
Posted: Mar 29 2018 @ 9:55 AM
GUEST POST: James is a finance blogger and writes about personal finance tips and everything about money management. What do you do when you receive a letter, one fine day, from the IRS/CRA department' Are you aware of how to handle IRS/CRA tax problems' Would you need a lawyer or accountant' Are resolving IRS/CRA tax matters ... ...
Posted: Nov 15 2017 @ 8:05 PM
With soaring home prices and concerns over affordability, it’s unlikely even the casual news observer goes a day without hearing something of the red-hot Canadian housing market. For today’s installment, I offer up something of a niche topic falling under the broad housing market umbrella: HST/GST rebates available on purchasing a “teardown” home.  Working and ... ...
Posted: Dec 09 2016 @ 8:30 PM
It’s been close to a year since I last posted on this blog. Without getting into too much detail; lots of life changes and a lack of motivation were at play. To be honest, I had accomplished a lot of what I had set out to in my two years of blogging, and I wasn’t ... ...
Posted: Sep 13 2016 @ 11:58 PM
Contributed By- Amy Nickson What financial steps should you take in 2016 to start out on the right foot' Take a glance at the previous year and assess any financial mistakes you’ve committed. Hindsight is 20-20, but learning from earlier errors is extremely important. Here are the 9 tips to improve your personal financial health ... ...
Posted: Mar 15 2016 @ 7:40 PM
For all intents and purposes the success or failure of personal investments hinges on four factors: Savings rate Fees paid Return on investment Taxes paid Taxes become much less of a factor when investments are held in non-registered accounts such as RRSPs and TFSAs. In terms of importance, I would rank in order presented but ... ...
Posted: Nov 30 2015 @ 3:11 AM
My September post introduced the basics of life annuities (and simply “annuities” from here forward) and some of the more talked about upside and downside to ownership. You can read the post here. As a quick refresher, in its simplest form an annuity involves handing over a lump sum of cash to an insurance company ... ...
Posted: Nov 05 2015 @ 5:26 AM
Next month I’ll be moving to a new home. It’s an exciting time for my family, but it comes with a lot of work, and of course, money. The new house is a bit of an upgrade from my existing home. On this blog I’ve always preached trying to keep a low cost of living ... ...
Posted: Oct 26 2015 @ 2:57 AM
Great to be back after a one month hiatus. There’s been lots going on at work and home, so writing on the blog took a back seat for a while. We’re officially 75% of the way through the year, which is an excellent time to take a look at where I stand on some of ... ...
Posted: Oct 09 2015 @ 4:23 AM

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