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TPC Financial Group endeavours to provide the most comprehensive financial services for its clients. As rules and regulations change that may impact our clients, we strive to provide all necessary information to our clients in a fast and easy to understand way. We also make clients aware of other information that we feel would be beneficial for them personally, or for their corporation.

Below are the monthly newsletters that we have sent to all clients.


Canadian Emergency Response Benefit

On March 18, 2020, the Federal government announced a number of new measures to assist employees and business owners through the numerous closures and restrictions imposed due to COVID-19. The general feedback was that the application process for many of these benefits would overwhelm the current EI system. Over 1 million Canadians have applied for EI…

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Government COVID-19 Package

On March 18, 2020, the Federal government announced a number of new measures to assist employees and business owners through the numerous closures and restrictions imposed due to COVID-19. tax-filing extension On Wednesday morning, the Federal government announced an extension to the personal filing deadline for 2019. Instead of April 30th, Canadians will have until June…

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COVID-19 Office Closures and Staffing Concerns

Governing colleges are strongly recommending that dentists in BC, Quebec, Nova Scotia, and Ontario to suspend all non-essential and elective services immediately. While emergency treatment may continue, anything that does not show risk of infection or represent acute pain or trauma is being discouraged. While these guidelines are limited to these specific provinces, it is…

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Bank of Canada Slashes Rates

On March 4th, the Bank of Canada cut interest rates as a response to the COVID-19 virus and resultant “negative shock” to the Canadian economy. The reduction saw the overnight lending rate drop by 50 basis points (0.50%), resulting in a rate of 1.25%. As a response, most Canadian banks have reduced their prime lending…

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CRA Uncashed Cheques

A new feature has recently been released on the Canada Revenue Agency website that will detail any uncashed cheques that the CRA may have sent over the past few years. In most cases, an uncashed cheque will be the result of a lost or damaged cheque, possibly due to a change in address, or an…

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