Tax Planning

Last fall, CRA unveiled a mobile application that Canadian company owners can download to their various handheld devices.
Here are a few ways to get your office back in order, both in the material sense as well as the personnel realm. Includes some tips to get your records and bookkeeping in order.
Many business owners in Canada haven't put much thought into who will take over their company - and its processes - once they decide to call it quits and retire.
The following tips can help you keep up to date with the ever changing Canadian tax laws and the business world so you can focus your efforts on managing your employees and your small business.
There are few processes in life more frustrating than tax preparation. From filing to keeping track of receipts and slips, the rigmarole is enough to drive even the most well-adjusted, calm person crazy. As a farmer, you're probably very familiar with many of these annoyances. But with the proper planning, they don't have to be as "taxing" or trying of your patience.
The following are some ideas for how to make the most of the money you have coming to you.
Taxes can be hard to understand, you may have questions that you feel are too silly or simple to ask. Here are 5 tax questions that you may have always had but were afraid to ask.
There's one fact of life that a number of Canadian students, apparently, could use an additional lesson or two regarding: Taxes.
A CRA tax audit can be time consuming and take you away from your work. Here's a brief breakdown of how the audit process works, along with some tips on how you can avoid one.
Unlike in the US, mortgage interest on your principal residence isn't tax deductible; however there are still some tax advantages you could benefit from, specifically if you purchase a property to earn rental income.
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