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"Gathering your tax information is one thing, preparing your tax return is a completely different animal."
"How are these reported to Canada Revenue Agency (CRA), or are they?"
Rules that came into effect in 2012 may have affected some people without them even noticing.
"Health care aside, there could be foreign tax implications that develop due to the time spent outside of Canada."
"...without this small business tax break a small business owner would remit nearly double in tax."
"...what if one day you decide to cut wages? Or release the family member? What will be the family consequences?"
Whether you are owed by or owing to CRA, clearly the recommendation is to file 2013 as soon as possible.
"As tax season draws to a close, what better time than right now to do some tax planning for next tax season."
There are several heads-up items to be warned about regarding the recent e-service shut down at Canada Revenue Agency
The gov't has announced it will pay cash to people who inform on people who cheat on their taxes in excess of $100,000.
Tax policy surrounding child and spousal payments can be a very contentious topic.
Ron Clark shares a simple plan to reduce the pain he recommends to clients.
Although when a loved one passes the last thing you want to think about is paperwork, it's important to notify the proper authorities.
Ron Clark shares tips on how and why you should be prepared for CRA tax review.
"But how does an owner “get-out” of the business?"
How much can you write off for entertaining customers, clients and staff over the holidays?
So you have filed your T1 personal tax return. What next?
Canada Revenue can charge a 20% penalty on unreported T-slip income.
A refresher on the tax credits introduced over the past couple of tax seasons.
"Around April Fools each year I like to dedicate a column to the lighter side of taxes, if there is such a thing..."