My name is Mark Goodfield. Welcome to The Blunt Bean Counter ™, a blog that shares my thoughts on income taxes, finance and the psychology of money. I am a Chartered Professional Accountant and a partner with BDO. This blog is meant for everyone, but in particular for high net worth individuals and owners of private corporations. My posts are blunt, opinionated and even have a twist of humour/sarcasm. You've been warned. Please note the blog posts are time sensitive and subject to changes in legislation or law.

Wednesday, October 19, 2011

How to Save Tax with Flow-Through Shares

Flow-Through Limited Partnerships are marketed as income tax shelters by many investment advisors. They are however, investments in junior resource companies, with the associated risk. Today I provide the ABC’s of these often misunderstood tax-assisted investments in a guest blog titled How to Save Tax with Flow-Through Shares I wrote for Jim Yih of the Retire Happy Blog .

The Retire Happy Blog was the winner of the Globe and Mails Canada’s Best Personal Finance Blog contest, a well deserved honour and is definitely a blog worth checking out if you have not already done so.

The blogs posted on The Blunt Bean Counter provide information of a general nature. These posts should not be considered specific advice; as each reader's personal financial situation is unique and fact specific. Please contact a professional advisor prior to implementing or acting upon any of the information contained in one of the blogs.

2 comments:

  1. Thanks Mark. I'll check it out later today. I'm not sure but I think Jim Yih of the Retire Happy Blog was voted Canada's best financial blogger last year. So that's pretty impressive.

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  2. Really appreciate your postings too!

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