Tax Preparation

“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.
New Brunswick Finance Minister Roger Melanson delivered the province’s 2016 budget increasing the corporate tax rate and decreasing the personal income tax.
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.
The following are 5 tax tips that you should aim for in 2016. By being conscientious about them, you could reach your financial goal before the year is over, bolstering your confidence by proving you have what it takes to accomplish your goals.
When Justin Trudeau swept into office toward the end of last year, one of the big reasons he gained so much support was that he promised to help lower the tax bills for potentially millions of Canadians in 2016.
Many small business owners across Canada have likely run into tax problems before, simply because this is often something that they ended up rushing in the final few months before the filing deadline.
Across the country, most Canadians aren't even thinking about their tax liabilities at this time of year.
Nationwide, millions of small business owners - including farmers and truck owner operators - are now preparing to wind down their operations for the year.
Nationwide, millions of Canadians use tax preparation services every year without a single problem, and in fact, these relationships are usually quite beneficial.
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