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Category: Toronto Lifestyle Posts Owning or Renting Homes or Condo Apartments In Toronto

            Owning or Renting Homes or Condo Apartments In Toronto Max Seal, Broker’s Comments: In Toronto as of now, we are in April, 2018. The question of  “Owning or Renting Homes or Condo Apartments In Toronto” is a subjective one and the merits an demerits vary greatly between the prospective home buyers and the home or apartment renters and their individual family and financial circumstances. Here are some of the facts in Toronto real estate market as of April, 2018: For the Toronto Home or Condo Buyers:   Toronto Home Prices somewhat declined after close

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Category: Toronto Lifestyle Posts Controlling Diabetes with a Skin Patch

  Attempting to free people with diabetes from frequent finger-pricks and drug injections, researchers have created an electronic skin patch that senses excess glucose in sweat and automatically administers drugs by heating up microneedles that penetrate the skin. The prototype was developed by Dae-Hyeong Kim, assistant professor at Seoul National University and researchers at MC10, a flexible-electronics company in Lexington, Massachusetts. Two years ago the same group prototyped a patch aimed at Parkinson’s patients that diagnoses tremors and delivers drugs stored inside nanoparticles. Other efforts to develop minimally invasive glucose monitoring have used ultrasound and optical measurements to detect glucose levels. And

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Category: Toronto Lifestyle Posts 20 of your Tax-Free Savings Account questions answered

  When Jim Flaherty launched the Tax Free Savings Account in the 2008 budget he called it the most important personal finance vehicle since the RRSP. Tuesday it may get even better, if the broadly leaked hints ahead of the federal budget mean a doubling of the annual limit to $11,000. Even if it doesn’t happen, the TFSA is now a big piece of our overall savings strategy. Canadians have nearly 11 million accounts with investments worth $118 billion inside, according to the Canada Revenue Agency. So if you haven’t got one, now may be the time to get going.

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Category: Toronto Lifestyle Posts Toronto Annex Home Sold Over $239,500 Of Asking Price $995,000

208 MAJOR ST., TORONTO ASKING PRICE $995,000 SELLING PRICE $1,234,567 PREVIOUS SELLING PRICE $715,000 (2007) TAXES $5,759 (2013) DAYS ON THE MARKET Nine LISTING AGENT Beth Sulman and Gil Goldstein, Sutton Group – Associates Realty Inc. The Action: In early June, buyers had a decent list of homes to choose from in Harbord Village in the south Annex, but this semi-detached Victorian was on a street with little turnover, so it was intentionally priced at less than $1-million and offers held off for one week. All those factors combined resulted in a bidding war between six shoppers, and one party

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Category: Toronto Lifestyle Posts You Can Invest In Rental Property and Send Your Child To College

College fees have gone up to over $65,000 a year says Troy Onink, a contributor for Forbes. When planning for the future of your child, budgeting does not stop at tuition alone as there is still the cost of room and board that you need to consider. Onink suggests that buying a rental property for your kid and for a couple of roommates where they can live may prove to be a practical move – for funding education, tax deduction and for your own retirement. Onink further recommends that once you own a rental property, you can ask your child

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