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By Crowe Soberman's Tax Group
Today, the government announced that it will not be moving ahead with its proposed legislation concerning converting income into capital gains. The draft legislation was originally released in mid-July.
By Crowe Soberman's Tax Group
Morneau stated that the wealthiest benefit the most from the current regime, namely that 80 per cent of these passive investments are held in the top 2 per cent of private corporations.
By Crowe Soberman's Tax Group
On October 16, 2017, Finance Minister, Bill Morneau, announced a cut to the small business corporate income tax rate as well as a few minor changes and tweaks to the tax proposals...
By Alan Wainer CA, CPA, CPA (Illinois)
As you may have heard, Maureen Henry, as reported by CBC News earlier this week, is trying to put some closure on the loss of her son, Dovi, three years after he was found dead.
By Frédéric Pansieri, BBA, CPA, CA
New draft Goods and Services/Harmonized Sales Tax (GST/HST) proposals were released by the federal Department of Finance on September 8, 2017 for public consultation.
By Daniel Edwards, MA, CPA, CA • IFA, CBV, CFE, CFF
July's consultation paper on tax reform released in July by the Department of Finance laments the use of private corporations in tax planning.
By Karen Slezak, BBA, CPA, CA, CFP, TEP
In a second marriage, it is common for one spouse to own the matrimonial home.
By Crowe Soberman LLP
From the moment Finance Minister, Bill Morneau, announced the proposed tax reform in mid-July, Crowe Soberman's partners have been actively advocating and championing across several mediums...
By Frédéric Pansieri, BBA, CPA, CA
Vendors doing business in Canada and who are located outside of Ontario are usually required to register for GST/HST purposes and collect the appropriate tax, whether it is the Goods and Services Tax (GST) or the Harmonized Sales Tax (HST).
By Daniel Edwards, MA, CPA, CA • IFA, CBV, CFE, CFF
The Department of Finance's recent consultation paper laments the use of private corporations for use in tax planning.
By Aaron Schechter, CPA, CA
Last month, the federal government released a discussion paper containing draft legislation and proposed measures that will significantly curtail common-place tax planning for many Canadian small business owners.
By Adam Scherer, BA, CPA, CA, Jeffrey Steinberg, BA, CPA, CA
Over 25 years after it was first introduced in Canada, the Goods and Services Tax ("GST"), while simple in concept, remains one of the more confusing taxes in Canada to apply, especially when it comes to non-residents.
By Adam Scherer, BA, CPA, CA, Jeffrey Steinberg, BA, CPA, CA
It's the time of year when we exchange dreams of wearing the uniform of our cherished Maple Leafs or Raptors, to dreams of wearing a suit and making big financial and personnel decisions for the teams. If you're like me, you have read all the rumours and speculate who we will trade for and who we might sign as free agents.
By Crowe Soberman's Tax Group
Yesterday, the Department of Finance released their much anticipated consultation paper Tax Planning Using Private Corporations.
By Frédéric Pansieri, BBA, CPA, CA
Since the introduction of HST in Ontario on July 1, 2010, large businesses were required to report Recaptured Input Tax Credits in respect of specified property and services on their GST/HST returns.
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