Tax Planning

Avoiding these 7 mistakes will help small business owners prepare an accurate and complete tax return and help you ensure you receive all the credits and grants you're entitled to.
If you're a small business owner who hasn't made your new year's resolutions, a great one is to become more organized so that you can reduce your company's tax obligations.
While most Canadians know that the income tax deadline day is in April, there are many other target dates that business owners should be sure to mark on their calendars.
There are many words in the English lexicon that may seem like they're one and the same, but upon closer review, are actually quite dissimilar. Case in point: accounting versus bookkeeping.
The following tips can help you keep your records and bookkeeping in order throughout the year so that you don't have to dread tax season.
Similar to the way in which many people put off filing their tax returns until the last possible moment, a number of Canadians have yet to finish their Christmas shopping, despite Dec. 25 being just days away.
While fewer individuals will be traveling on their breaks from work life over the holiday, those will be will be increasing how much they spend, based on recent polling data.
If business owners aren't careful, cutting corners and insufficient due diligence when hiring seasonal workers could put them at an increased risk of being hoodwinked by serial fraudsters.
There are many financial benefits to farming that producers can take advantage of during tax season. The following tips can help you get the most back in taxes when it's time to report your earnings to the government.
The following are a few tips that Realtors may be able to take advantage of to lower their overall tax burden and increase their tax deductions.
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