My car and I are getting to know each other. I bought the Toyota FRS (aka the Scion) in June and this is our first winter together. I am known for enjoying driving in all sorts of weather and I like a car that has a little style. I drive standard shifts – time enough […]
Nova Scotia has had two major blizzards so far in the winter of 2013/2014. My question is – what is the economic impact? Some employees who are not able to get to work will not be paid, some employees will be paid even though they did not work. Stores that are not open […]
Taxation pitfalls explained I’m always on the lookout for good books about taxation from a Canadian perspective, and when I can find one written right here in Nova Scotia, I’m delighted. Tax rules do change and Canadian Revenue Agency explanations can sometimes leave us scratching our head. Thus Ten Tax Traps to Avoid is just […]
My travels take me to Digby, Nova Scotia on a beautiful January day which looks a lot like summer. I do enjoy getting out of the office. A day like this spent visiting with clients in gorgeous locations is an excellent argument for self employment.
Epic Dartmouth posted the above on their FaceBook feed. I find the timing helpful – as – with the winter weather in Nova Scotia a lot of triathlon training has to take place inside. Any motivational messages are really appreciated. I am running on ice and riding my bike to nowhere. 205 days to Ironman […]