Tax Preparation

The following are some of truckers' more commonly overlooked tax deductions.
A business partnership is self-defining - it's where two or more people combine their resources in order to form a single unit.
If you've been furiously working away at your taxes in order to get them done or have put it off to the last possible minute, take heart - you've got some extra time to file thanks to a human error at CRA.
More than 50% of Canadians who have filed their tax returns say they wish they'd gotten back a more substantial refund from the CRA.
Though some prefer to get the filing process out of the way early, you can understand why so many people put it off until the last minute when you consider how complicated it all is.
In a poll of 5,000 office professionals from North America, the United Kingdom, France and Australia, an overwhelming 83% indicated that their productivity is adversely affected by working with an excessive amount of documentation, according to a recent poll done by software company Adobe.
Last fall, CRA unveiled a mobile application that Canadian company owners can download to their various handheld devices.
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.
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