CRA uses third parties to get information about other taxpayers to ensure they are complying with their tax responsibilities. Do you comply with your tax responsibility?
In an April 3, 2019 Tax Court of Canada case, at issue was whether the impact of an individual’s mental impairment entitled her to the disability tax credit (DTC). There are three main criteria taxpayers must meet to qualify, do you know them?
Transport Canada released details on the purchase incentive of up to $5,000 for zero-emission vehicles as originally proposed in the 2019 Budget. Do you meet the criteria?
CRA recently discussed the criteria for tax-exempt allowances for board and lodging received for periods an employee was working at a special work site. Does this affect you?
Both employees and employers will be required to contribute more to CPP, but, retirement, survivor, and disability pensions will also increase. Are you prepared for the changes? We offer payroll packages at affordable rates. Contact us to find out more details!
As of April 1, 2019, a federal carbon tax is scheduled to be imposed in respect of Ontario, New Brunswick, Manitoba, and Saskatchewan. Other provinces have some form of this already in place. This may affect your business more than you know; reach out to us to see how you can mitigate any loss in income.
Recent changes to the 2019 tax year include immediate full depreciation in respect of manufacturing & processing assets, along with clean energy generation and storage assets. Also, an enhanced first year depreciation claim is now available for most other depreciable assets. Should you do the Accelerated Depreciation or stick to the old method?