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Back to Work in Manitoba Wage Subsidy Program

Your business can receive up to $100,000 to subsidize 20 employees hired since July 16 through the Manitoba wage subsidy program. Find out if you qualify and how to apply.

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Capital Cost Allowance for Farmers

If you need to buy a major capital asset like a building, machinery or equipment to use in your farming business, consider buying it before the end of your fiscal year to claim tax depreciation. Learn more about how to use the capital cost allowance (CCA) to reduce your income on your tax return.

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Re-Open Saskatchewan Training Subsidy

The Government of Saskatchewan has launched a temporary training subsidy for employers that will cover 100% of training costs for their employees. Find out if your business qualifies.

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Why you need a year-end tax plan

Year-end tax planning means working with your tax or financial advisor before the end of the year to analyze your financial exposure to various tax scenarios. That way you can move quickly to minimize any adverse effects of changes in tax structure.

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Ottawa extends CERB and adds 3 new COVID-19 benefits

The government extended the Canada Emergency Response Benefit (CERB), announced temporary changes to the EI program and introduced three new benefits. Find out how this may impact your employees.

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CRA shuts down online services after cyberattacks

The CRA has temporarily shut down its online services after thousands of accounts were compromised by cyberattacks. Find out more about the breach and how it might impact you.

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Potential tax implications of COVID-19 spending

What are the tax implications of the government’s financial response to COVID-19? Our columnist outlines a few possibilities.

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Work-space-in-the-home expenses for remote employees

Right now, if an employee wants to claim work-space-in-the-home expenses, certain conditions must be met. Find out what the current rules are surrounding work-space-in-the-home expenses, what paperwork your employees will need and how they can claim this expense on their tax return.

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CRA extends tax payment deadline to Sept. 30

The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) is once again extending the payment deadline for current year individual, corporate, and trust income tax returns, due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Find out how this will impact you.

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COVID aid paperwork must be in order as audits loom

The CRA has announced it is starting to gear up its full auditing powers that were mostly suspended since the outbreak began. Find out how this could affect you if you've applied for COVID-19 financial aid programs.

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