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Manning Elliott LLP is one of the province’s largest independent regional accounting and business advisory firms with offices in downtown Vancouver, Burnaby, Surrey and Abbotsford, B.C.

Helpful hints for giving a helpful hand

This year, the spirit of giving has taken on even greater importance as so many people continue to struggle under financial strain brought on by the pandemic response. Not surprisingly, charitable...

Four key elements to consider when managing through economic uncertainty

Global economic uncertainty fueled by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has left many businesses struggling with unprecedented challenges to their survival. But the current crisis can be a growth...

The COVID crunch–why now is the time for financial advice

It goes without saying–running a business is hard enough as it is.  “The CRA and taxation are daunting words,” says Yasamin Alami, senior accountant at Manning Elliott LLP. “With the arrival of...

Selling or transitioning a business? Get a realistic value from a qualified business valuator

The pandemic has complicated bottom lines, but business owners can still get a clear picture of their company’s value whether selling, transitioning or just planning for a strong future. William...

Pandemic provides silver lining for hard-hit businesses with succession plans

If you’re a business owner who has been hit hard by the economic shutdown as a result of COVID-19, the business advisors at Manning Elliott say there is a way you may be able to benefit through...

Plan ahead with these year-end tax-saving tips

When it comes to tax planning, it’s never too early to get prepared. “As the end of the year approaches, you want to start making decisions that will impact your 2019 income tax obligations,” says...

Wealth and estate planning: what to keep in mind early on

You are never too young to write a will, especially if you have a family and significant wealth to transfer after you pass away. Manning Elliott partner and wealth and estate tax adviser Abbe...

Is your business in good hands in the event of retirement or death?

Your business may be thriving; it may even be your whole world, but it won’t always have you to steer the ship. Planning for an eventual transfer of ownership of your business when you “retire” is...

Why women will control half of all accumulated wealth in Canada

By 2026, women in Canada will control nearly half of all accumulated financial wealth. However, traditionally many women have not been included in wealth management conversations, leaving a wide...

How the speculation and vacancy tax is catching B.C. residents off guard

The new B.C. speculation and vacancy tax – which for 2018 is based on a tax rate of 0.5% of a home’s assessed value – was designed to target domestic and foreign speculators that own residences in...