Advice for Agents

Advice for Agents

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Think of networking as the act of helping others succeed.

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To quote tax lawyer Charles Rotenberg: “Section 160 of the Income Tax Act is probably one of the most, if not the most, dangerous collection tools available to CRA.”

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By understanding the performance of your candidate, it is entirely possible to know more about the candidate than the candidate knows about himself.

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There are three key areas that your clients should fully understand before embarking upon the purchase of a vacation property: cost, suitability and lifestyle, and risks.

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What is emotional resilience? It is the ability to quickly return to a state of poise, confidence and ease no matter what curves are thrown your way. Here’s how to get there in seven steps.

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It is arrogant, and in-your-face, to think that your comfort is more important than your client’s attitude toward you.

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By Kory Gorgani   All Internet marketers know the importance of good quality traffic. This is the single most important factor in the success of your...

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By Michel Chevalier   In my last column, I related a case history of one small company’s involvement with Canada Revenue Agency (CRA).  Last time we had...

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“It may be a little bit cocky but when you get to a certain level it’s nice to be able to pick and choose your clients just like they pick and choose their Realtor.” – Ian Watt

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By Gemma Riley-Laurin   While your self-employed – or business-for-self (BFS) – clients may have been able to easily obtain financing for their real...