Tax Planning

Effective tax planning for Canadian farmers helps minimize the amount of after-tax income and maximize any tax obligations.
Review what tax credits stayed and which are removed from the recent federal and provincial budget releases. The good news is that most jurisdictions did not raise taxes.
Whether you operate a full-time, part-time, or hobby farm, there are unique farming tax deductions you need to be aware of.
The Saskatchewan budget presented on March 22, 2017 by Finance Minister Kevin Doherty includes material changes to personal, corporate and provincial sales tax rates.
Read the following reviews from agriculture groups across Canada learn about the impact of the federal budget on agriculture.
With a focus on economic growth, the 2017 Federal Budget continues to build Canada’s economy by seeking to attract investment in clean technologies, and by creating jobs and prosperity for the middle class.
Knowing what to spend your tax refund on can help your small business grow.
On March 16, 2017, the Honourable Joe Ceci, President of Treasury Board and Minister of Finance, presented his third budget and the third budget of Alberta’s NDP government.
Running a small busy is not easy. Hiring a reliable, professional accounting consultant can benefit a small business in many ways.
Running an online business can be time consuming. Understanding some important e-commerce tax tips can streamline the tax preparation process.
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