Maya  Garg

Maya Garg

Real Estate Broker,CNE

Royal LePage Signature Realty, Brokerage

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Top 5 tax tips you need to know -By Maya Garg


(NC) Tax filing can be complicated, and this year provincial and federal governments have introduced many changes that can only add to the confusion. To help, here are five ways to confidently manage the filing process.

Understanding RRSPs to get the most out of your tax refund-By Maya Garg

(NC) Many of us use Registered Retirement Savings Plans (RRSPs) because it helps us save for the future while reducing our annual taxable income. Whether you have one set up or are thinking about opening one, Lisa Gittens, tax expert from H&R Block, shares some things to know.

How to beat the winter blahs-By Maya Garg

(NC) The seasonal blues often strike this time of year, as the cold weather and dark days combine to make us feel bored or depressed. Feeling better involves making time to exercise, adopting a more positive mindset, trying light therapy and taking supplements.

New tax changes that may impact you-By Maya Garg

(NC) Provincial and federal governments have released some new changes that may affect your tax return this year. As you prepare for this upcoming tax season, it’s important to understand what these changes are and how they may impact you. Here, Lisa Gittens, tax expert at H&R Block, provides a breakdown of what you need to know.

How to get retirement ready-By Maya Garg

(NC) Retirement looks different to everyone. Maybe you’ll want to travel the world, enjoy more time with family or finally pursue your passion project. Making the list of what you want to do is the easy part, however trying to figure out how to afford and maintain your future lifestyle has become much more complex.

Can a Wood Floor Improve your Indoor Air?-By Maya Garg

As surprising as it may sound, there is a North American hardwood floor manufacturer that has introduced a flooring product with properties that can actually convert unhealthy chemicals found in the air of your home into fresh breathable air.

Make This the Year to be Prepared

Some homeowners dismiss persistent reports about our increasing susceptibility to extreme weather conditions and the growing risk of weather-related damage. While it’s true that, statistically, it’s unlikely you will ever be in the direct path of a hurricane, tornado, flood, wildfire or lightning bolt, it’s short-sighted to underestimate the broader effects of such occurrences.

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