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By Chloe Man
For individuals, eligible donations made provide a non-refundable tax credit, reducing any personal income taxes owing.
By John MacFarlane
Every mining, oil and gas, and renewable energy company in Canada has been faced with the same dilemma during the early stages of their existence: How can they raise enough money from investors and entice them to purchase their stock without an established revenue stream?
By Daniel Mahne
In July 2017, the Minister of Finance released draft legislation with the stated intention of curtailing certain tax planning strategies that were common practice for many Canadian business owners, including incorporated health professionals.
By Alan Wainer CA, CPA, CPA (Illinois), Todd Christenson
As the 2018 calendar year gets underway, it's a good opportunity for a refresher on the significant legislative changes introduced in 2017, which impact tenants and landlords in Ontario.
By Crowe Howarth LLP's Taxation Group
Our 2017 Personal Income Tax Organizer is now available for download. This document is designed to assist you in gathering the reporting information and documents necessary for the preparation of your 2017 tax return.
By Daniel Ling
When determining the personal income tax consequences of Bitcoins and similar digital currencies, there are two important questions:
By Aaron Schechter, CPA, CA
Following the July 2017 Tax Proposals, the road to efficient tax planning for Canadian-controlled private corporations is certainly more complex but still navigable.
By Crowe Soberman's Tax Group
If you paid salary, employment commissions or employee benefits from January 1 to December 31, 2017,
By Karen Slezak, BBA, CPA, CA, CFP, TEP
With the dramatic increase in real-estate values over the past few years, many Canadians will face a hefty tax bill when they die.
By Rukshana Dinshaw, BA, CPA, CA
Financial reporting is undergoing several upcoming changes in 2018. We've summarized the new measures and discuss how they may impact you.
By Crowe Soberman's Tax Group
Dividends, on the other hand, may cost the family unit less in current taxes.
By Crowe Soberman's Tax Group
Contributions to an RDSP are not tax deductible and can be made until the end of the year in which the beneficiary turns 59 years of age.
By Crowe Soberman's Tax Group
A 75-day consultation period followed (in the peak of summer) and practitioners rushed to submit their comments to the Department of Finance expressing their concerns regarding the proposals.
By Susan Hodkinson, BA
Late last month, Bill 148 was passed by the Ontario Government, amending both the Employment Standards Act, 2000 and the Labour Relations Act, 1995, as a result of the "Changing Workplaces Review" report.
By Daniel Mahne
At first glance, renting out a home seems to have simple tax consequences; if you made positive income, you should pay tax on it.
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