Finance Bill 2024: MPs drop plan to tax bread and motor vehicles

Finance Bill 2024: MPs drop plan to tax bread and motor vehicles

President William Ruto’s government has bowed to public pressure and backtracked on some of the punitive taxes and levies that had been proposed in Finance Bill 2024. Bread lovers, motor vehicle owners, pensioners, and farmers are among the biggest winners in changes that MPs made to bill, which, overall, has attracted public outcry and condemnation.  In…

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Canadians are getting more anxious about their finances

Canadians are getting more anxious about their finances

Reviews and recommendations are unbiased and products are independently selected. Postmedia may earn an affiliate commission from purchases made through links on this page. Article content More Bank of Canada interest rate cuts can’t come soon enough for an increasing number of people who say they are worse off financially on several fronts, says a…

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AI in finance is like ‘moving from typewriters to word processors’

AI in finance is like ‘moving from typewriters to word processors’

The accounting and finance professions have long adapted to technology — from calculators and spreadsheets to cloud computing. However, the emergence of generative artificial intelligence presents both new challenges and opportunities for students looking to get ahead in the world of finance. Research last year by investment bank Evercore and Visionary Future, which incubates new…

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Advantage announces strategic asset acquisition and concurrent financing

Advantage announces strategic asset acquisition and concurrent financing

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