Monthly Archives: February 2014


This One Change in the 2014 B.C. Budget Could Save you $7500

The government of British Columbia has introduced changes to the Property Transfer Tax in today’s Budget.

From the 2014 Budget press release:

Many British Columbians buying their first home will pay less Property Transfer Tax, as the Province is increasing the threshold for the first time homebuyers program to $475,000 from $425,000, an exemption that can save the purchaser up to $7,500 when buying […]

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Why is having a Power of Attorney important?

From Chilliwack Progress – Ask An Expert section

Many people, especially people with spouses, don’t really think they need a Power of Attorney. If one is unable to act on their own behalf, many assume that a spouse or family member can just step in and take care of legal and financial affairs such as selling property or insuring a […]

By |2017-10-30T16:58:05-07:007:48 pm|Power of Attorney|