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Canada's COVID-19 Economic Response incorporation

The Government of Canada has recently instituted programs to assist Canadian businesses, individuals and families who have had a financial impact from the current COVID 19 pandemic. 

Finances and when you lose your job student

It is something that we never think will happen to us and when it does it comes as a deep shock. Nearly 60 per cent of Canadian workers live paycheck to paycheck with little buffer for any major financial crisis in their lives.

Business Accounting Advice for Startups and Small Businesses student

Often business owners are great at what they do but taxes for a corporation is another. Crunching sales numbers is one thing, but knowing how to use manage those numbers to get ahead is quite another. Getting into tax trouble is a very common thing for early startups.

The Ultimate Guide to Financial Planning for Couples student

We must first start off by understanding that there are many definitions of couples. For the purposes of this article we will take a look at the two most common form of coupling being Unmarried Couples and Married Couples.

8 things to do if you get an unexpected windfall student

Financial windfalls are beautiful, lovable things. Extra money might seem to simply appear out of nowhere — we find $20 on the sidewalk or 5 bucks between the couch cushions, or the BIG ONE, a lotto ticket plays out. Most people get into trouble fast.

Update from CRA for March 2019 student

RRSP Contribution Deadline for 2018 is Friday, March 1, 2019.

How To Be a Successful Small Business Owner in Canada small business success in canada

Small business owners in Canada are allowed a variety of means to improve their tax situation. However, it can be difficult for the small business owner or entrepreneur to learn about Canadian small business tax rules.

Update from CRA for February 2019 student

RRSP Contribution Deadline for 2018 is Friday, March 1, 2019.

Update From CRA for January 2019 student

RRSP Contribution Deadline for 2018 is Friday, March 1, 2019.

What can I do to lower my taxes for 2018 student

Taxes aren’t something you should be thinking about when you are celebrating the holiday season with friends and family, but it never hurts to know some ways to minimize the taxes you will be paying for 2018.

5 Keys to Successfully Managing Your Personal Finances student

For most of us, learning to manage your personal finances can seem like a trial by fire. Few of us learned about finances in high school, and by the time you need it, it almost feels like lessons about managing your money come too late in life.

CRA Update for November 2018 student

In this blog we cover 2019 Personal Tax Rate Tables, 2019 Dividend Tax Credit Rates for Non-Eligible Dividends, Tax-Free Savings Account (TFSA) Withdrawals, Old Age Security (OAS) Claw-back and Bill C-86, Budget Implementation Act, 2018, No. 2.

Update from CRA – October 2018 October 2018

In this blog we cover the eligibility for donating shares and transferring capital losses to a spouse as well as other topics for Canadians such as, federal legislation on taxation of cannabis.

Update From CRA for September 2018 student

In this blog we cover the eligibility for tutition for parents and students as well as other topics for Canadians such as, US Federal Estate Tax May be Payable by Canadians, Voluntary Disclosure Program (VDP) Changes, RRSPs and RRIFs Taxed at Death, and more.

CRA Updates for August 2018 august cra

On July 27th, 2018 the federal government released draft legislation related to sales and excise taxes and related to income tax, including extended reassessment periods. Canadians are invited to comment by September 10th, 2018.

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