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Tax experts offer advice for business owners

From raising cash to applying for federal support, here's what your clients need to know

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TOSI exceptions for your business-owner client

Find out what the CRA says about investment income and selling a business

New trust reporting and disclosure rules are coming

The idea of a “private” trust will slip from the vernacular in 2021, as the government gains new information

Part-time advisor’s business income doesn’t justify ‘staggering’ expenses

A Tax Court case shows what can happen to unsupported claims

Dealing with no-contest clauses

What is a no-contest clause, and what do executors need to know?

Tax problems business and financial concept as a businessman on a road to success blocked by a brick wall with the word taxes painted on the surface as a metaphor for finance issues as an adversity to growth.

CRA suspends new debt collection to prevent financial hardship

Pre-existing situations will be assessed case by case

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Helping clients access new federal money

Here's a breakdown of the benefit programs and help for small businesses

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Liberals ease minimum RRIF withdrawals as part of pandemic response

Finance Minister Bill Morneau said the minimum withdrawal rate will be 25% lower for 2020

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Liberals pledge up to $82 billion in spending, deferred taxes

The unprecedented package includes a beefed-up Canada Child Benefit, GST tax credits, a wage subsidy and emergency EI benefits

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Speculation or hedge? Supreme Court rules on derivative case

The ruling has implications for tax treatment

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Tax tips for seniors

The CRA details the benefits, credits and expenses that your senior client may be eligible for

  • By: Staff
  • March 11, 2020 March 11, 2020
  • 12:42
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Common RDSP misconceptions

The Registered Disability Savings Plan requires proper planning

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Tax preparer prepares for jail

The former CRA employee was sentenced to more than 4 years for tax fraud

  • By: Staff
  • February 28, 2020 February 28, 2020
  • 14:49

CRA extends tax filing relief to corporations and trusts

T2 and T3 filers now have until Sept. 1

How small businesses without employees get shut out of benefits

More support is needed to cope with the pandemic

Long-term care and the principal residence exemption

Can your client claim the PRE after moving to assisted living?

When does an enduring power of attorney become active?

Knowing the answer will help you and your client prepare for incapacity

Second-generation income and TOSI

Find out when your client’s investment income could be subject to the tax on split income

Dealing with an overly broad (or narrow) encroachment clause

Exercising discretion with estate assets in trusts