Do you know where the break-even point of operating your business is? It will help you when it comes to forecasting and planning for the future. Understanding where you fall is essential to determining whether you're leaving money on the table.
The break even analysis calculator is designed to demonstrate how many units of your product must be sold to make a profit. View a report to see a detailed look at the profit generated at each sales volume level.
The Nova Scotia province’s fiscal 2019–20 budget contains no new taxes and no tax increases. The budget focused on 4 key priorities: Improving Access to Healthcare; Investing in Education and preparing Youth for the Workforce; Creating the Conditions for Economic Growth; and Supporting People and Communities.
Watch the recording of our webinar and learn about: Important Changes for the 2018 tax filing season; Tax tips for short and long term tax optimization; How to avoid audit triggers that will get the attention of CRA.
On March 20, 2019, Finance Minister Donna Harpauer delivered her second budget as Finance Minister. The budget is balanced and anticipates a surplus of $34.4 million for 2019-20 and $49 million for 2020-21.
On March 19, 2019, New Brunswick Finance Minister Cathy Rogers delivered the province’s 2019 budget focused on three key priorities: Investments in seniors; Youth employment; and Economic competitiveness.
A Health Spending Account is allows a business owner to pay for health and dental expenses with pre-tax dollars. Setting up a Health Spending Account (HSA) is an affordable way for Canadian small business owners to minimize their medical expense costs.
The 2019 Manitoba budget contains several tax measures affecting individuals and corporations. The 2018-2019 deficit is estimated to be $470 million. The budgeted deficit is estimated to be $360 million for 2019-2020, with revenues projected to increase by 1.4% and expenditures projected to increase by 0.3%.