Corporate tax highlights from the 2013 federal budget
This summary is intended to highlight the aspects of the budget that will affect some or all of our business owner clients. It is not meant to be a comprehensive outline and analysis of the budget.
Personal tax highlights from the 2013 federal budget
This summary is intended to highlight the aspects of the budget that will affect some or all of our clients. It is not meant to be a comprehensive outline and analysis of the budget.
E-filing tax returns now mandatory
Some Canadians have been asking their tax preparer not to file their return electronically because they believe that it increases the chance of an audit.
Florida driving permit needed for now
If you are planning a trip to Florida anytime soon, do not pass GO, do not collect $200, but go directly to your local CAA office with $25 and passport photos.
A common banking mistake entrepreneurs make
Being self-employed has many benefits, one of which is that business owners get increased tax planning opportunities.
SR&ED changes – 2013 deadline for capex
Scientific research and experimental development credits (SR&ED) represent a significant financing and cash flow source for Canadian small businesses.
Plan your giving to make the greatest impact
The spirit of the holiday season inspires charitable giving. Whether it is dropping a few coins in the Salvation Army bucket, helping out at a local food bank, or by donating funds in lieu of gifts, it really is the season of giving.
How to transfer a U.S. retirement plan to an RRSP
These days many Canadians are accepting career opportunities that take them to the United States for a number of years during which they accumulate assets in a U.S. retirement savings plan.
Save money on tax software
TurboTax is finding ways to make tax filing easy and affordable. I just discovered a couple of discounts being offered when using their online tax preparation software.