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On October 3, 2016 the Minister of finance, Bill Morneau, announced a major change of the rules regarding the Principal Residence Exemption. A few key points: Taxpayers will be required to report the disposition of property for which the principal residence exemption is claimed. The CRA will gain the authority to assess taxpayers, beyond […]
Below is a laundry list of many of the duties and responsibilities you will have as an executor: Your first duty is to participate in a game of hid and seek to find the will and safety deposit box key(s). If you are lucky, someone can tell you whom Mr. Stiff’s layer was and, […]
YEAR-END TAX PLANNING December 31, 2013 is fast approaching… See below for a list of tax planning considerations. Please contact us for further details and to discuss whether these may apply to your personal tax situation. SOME 2013 YEAR-END TAX PLANNING TIPS INCLUDE: 1) Certain expenditures made by individuals by December 31, 2013 will be […]
Employment insurance hiring credit for small businesses (HCSB) will be extended for the 2012 year. What this means is if you paid EI premiums of less than $10,000 and had an increase in premiums from 2011 to 2012, your payroll account will automatically be credited greater than $2, but no more than $1,000 for the 2013 year. For example, if your […]
CRA allows each shared-custody parent to receive the Child Tax Benefit and the child component of the HST. You will be paid 50% of the benefits effective July 2011. You need to fill out FORM RC66 with a letter attached explain the child’s living arrangements.
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