Should you lease or buy when faced with purchasing new equipment for your farm or small business? The two most common options are borrowing funds to buy the equipment or leasing equipment from the supplier or through a third party.
Should you lease or buy? Use this calculator to find out! We calculate monthly payments and your total net cost. By comparing these amounts, you can determine which is the better value for you and your business.
Investment income, also known as passive income, is being targeted in a big way. Passive income generally is defined as anything non-active, such as interest, dividends, rental and royalty income and capital gains and it appears the government is taking a two-step approach to managing it.
On April 10, 2018, Finance Minister Donna Harpauer delivered her first budget as Finance Minister. The Finance Minister pointed to the province’s continued shift away from a reliance on natural resource revenue as a positive sign for the economy: Natural resource revenue is projected to make up 10% — or $1.48 billion — of what the province brings in.
The 2018 Ontario budget contains several tax measures affecting individuals and corporations, including the elimination of the high-income surtax from the calculation of total Ontario personal income tax.
The Comprehensive & Progressive Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) agreement (formerly the 11-member Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement, or TPP-11) was signed by its member states, including Canada, on 8 March 2018. The agreement covers a market of 495 million people with a combined GDP of CAD$13.5 trillion, or nearly 13.5% of global GDP.
Alberta faces 5 more years of deficit and billions of dollars in mounting debt before it sees a balance sheet back in the black. It tells a story of an economy still recovering from a lingering oil price shock and struggling with the market access problems with its crude.