June 21, 2019READ MORE
The Desjardins data breach does not affect CDSPI clients who have home and/or auto insurance through The Personal, a subsidiary of Desjardins Insurance. For more information about the breach please visit the Desjardins website.
March 27, 2019READ MORE
CDA Oasis hosted an interview with CDSPI President, Ed Dermit. Through answering the insightful questions of Chiraz Guessaier, Ed explains how CDSPI responds to the changing needs of dentists and how being a not-for-profit benefits the dental community. In answering these questions and others Ed demonstrates CDSPI’s ongoing commitment to being a trusted advisor to […]
March 21, 2019READ MORE
Our 2019 Federal Budget Summary for Canadian dental professionals has been prepared by MNP. To read the summary, please click here.
December 10, 2018READ MORE
Accessible and Convenient Your 2019 insurance invoice is now available for viewing by logging into your CDSPI online account. Three Easy Payment Options In order to pay your invoice online or by phone, you’ll need to have your CDSPI account and invoice numbers ready: Online with CDSPI1 Log into your CDSPI online account Click on […]
December 6, 2018READ MORE
The Tax-Free Savings Account (TFSA) contribution limit will rise to $6,000 in 2019, up from $5,500 in 2018. The annual TFSA contribution limit is indexed to inflation and automatically rounded to the nearest $500. If you have never contributed to a TFSA and have been eligible since its introduction in 2009, your cumulative […]
October 15, 2018READ MORE
Steven Moscone has dedicated his 20-year career to helping clients achieve their financial dreams. He has held progressively senior positions at a major Canadian bank, most recently as Director, Sales Practice Leadership where he championed a client-focused philosophy. Steven is a graduate of the University of Toronto with a B.A. in Economics and is […]
March 1, 2018READ MORE
March 1, 2018 The Liberal government tabled its budget on February 27, 2018. CDSPI partnered with tax specialists at MNP LLP to provide a summary of the changes that impact you directly. Read the summary>
February 26, 2018READ MORE
On February 26, 2018, the Saskatchewan government announced they are rescinding the 6% provincial sales tax (PST) that was introduced on life, health, disability, accident and sickness insurance premiums in 2017. The change is retroactive. As a result, all PST collected on applicable CDSPI premiums will be refunded. TAX REFUND PROCESS CDSPI will […]