In This Issue: Corporate Directors Liability Business Investment Loss—Denied Payroll Made Easy Online Advertising Income Owner-Managed Business-Creditor Proofing CRA’s Priority Click here to download
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Entries by Padgett Accounting
Personal Tax Returns Processed by CRA Canadians file more than 26 million individual income tax and benefit returns each year, and all are electronically analyzed. Based on this analysis, CRA selects certain returns for review because they are high-risk.
In this Issue: Ask the Experts: Free Cost Analysis Personal Tax Returns Processed by CRA Claiming Automobile Expenses Employer-Paid Disability Premiums Registered Educational Savings Plan Click here to download
In this Issue: 2014 Auto Deduction Limits & Expense Benefit Rates 2014 Tax System Indexation RRSP Deadline TFSA Limit Rates and Maximums Chart Click here to download:
In This Issue: New Year’s Resolution Estate Planning Remitting GST/HST on Taxable Benefits Form T2200 –Declaration of Conditions of Employment Click to download
In This Issue: Contribute to Your RRSP Outsourcing Your Payroll Eligible Deductions & Credits $750,000 Capital Gains Deduction Use Capital Losses Other Tax Planning Issues Click to Download
In this Issue: “Soft” Loans for Your Children Time is Money. Save Time… Wills and the Executor Hiring Credit-Small Businesses – Extended to 2013 Click Here to Download
In a 2013 Technical Interpretation, CRA wasquestioned about door prizes received by allattendees at a company social function.CRA commented that their tax-free $500 giftsand awards policy would apply to all attendeesincluding the employee, the employee’s spouse,and all other non-arm’s length individuals thatreceived a gift.
In this Issue: Stop International Tax Evasion Program Door Prizes at Company Functions Lifetime Capital Gains Exemption (LCGE) Estate Planning Click Here to Download
If you own a business, you may have wondered if you should incorporate. Historically the income tax system in Canada has benefited incorporated Canadian small businesses.