Small Business Taxes

“Jobs For Today & Tomorrow!” On February 25, 2016, the Honourable Charles Sousa presented his 5th budget as Minister of Finance. Continuing on its path to balance the budget in 2017-18, the government’s plan for economic growth and job creation focuses on 4 tenets:
The B.C. government introduced another balanced budget for 2016, which includes forecast surpluses in all 4 years of the fiscal plan and modest investments in priority areas. The provincial economy is expected to grow by 2.4% in 2016 and 2.3% in 2017.
Though the year may only be a few weeks old, hopefully you've been able to take advantage of some of the tax tips for 2016 we've recently offered so you can put your business on the right course. If you're still looking for advice on how to further hone your financial state, these 5 concluding recommendations can help.
Tax season for Canadian farm and small business owners may be months away, but experts generally recommend that you try to get a jump on at least organizing your records and bookkeeping.
Over the last several months, many Canadian small business owners and independent contractors - including farmers and truck drivers - have likely noticed that the nation seems to be in a bit of economic distress right now. 
Your calendar revolves around the planting season, not government program deadlines and taxes. This quick reminder of important dates for the year will help keep you growing and ensure you don't miss any tax deadlines which could incur interest and penalities.
Nearly 9 in 10 small businesses believe premiers should make trade restrictions between provinces more lenient, according to a new poll conducted by CFIB.
Bill C-691 looks to reform the Income Tax Act so business succession is less costly.
Are the farmers of today ready to hand off their business to the generation of tomorrow? Apparently not, a new poll reveals.
From 2007 to 2012, Canada's underground economy grew larger, increasing by 14%. CRA does devote a large amount of their resources to finding unreported income.
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