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 a National Accounting Firm in Toronto. This blog is meant for everyone, but in particular for high net worth individuals and owners of private corporations. The views and opinions expressed in this blog are written solely in my personal capacity and cannot be attributed to the accounting firm with which I am affiliated. My posts are blunt, opinionated and even have a twist of humor/sarcasm. You've been warned.

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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