Did your business take advantage of federal COVID-19 programs in 2020? If so, questions are likely racing through your mind about the tax implications of receiving benefits from the various programs. Find out how the benefits may impact your tax return.
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.
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.
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.
On March 11, 2020, the World Health Organization declared the outbreak of the 2019 coronavirus disease (COVID-19) a pandemic. The World Health Organization says everyone must play a role to stop the spread of the disease. This includes businesses and employers.
Starting April 1, 2020, the general corporate tax rate in Nova Scotia will decrease from 16% to 14%. The small business tax rate will decrease from 3% to 2.5%. Read the highlights from our tax analysts.
If you’re self-employed or a small business owner, getting ready for tax filing can be daunting. To help make the filing process less stressful, we’ve listed what you need to know for filing your 2020 tax return.
A non-cash benefit includes a good, service or property you own that you give to your employee. If that property is paid for by you and provided to your employee, it is still considered a benefit of employment. Find out how these benefits are taxed.