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Employees who earn their living negotiating contracts for their employers or selling on commission may claim certain itemized sales expenses. In all cases, however, receipt keeping is key; as is the availability of employer-signed Form T2200 Declaration of Conditions of Employment in case of audit.
Which Canadian age group has the best credit scores? Which has the worst? What is yours and how can you improve it? Knowing what is in your credit report is important. If you have a poor credit history, it could be harder for you to get a credit card or a loan. It could even affect your ability to rent a house or get hired for a job.
At a time when governments are more closely monitoring changes in global GDP growth, the effect of protectionism, rising commodity prices, currency fluctuations and sluggish business investment and their effects on the long-term financial well-being of Canadians, the 21st century wealth advisor needs to better understand the strategy behind the tax efficient investment recommendations made to the families he or she works with. That’s the key reason why attendance at DAC is critical to your success.
The technical side of payroll, if done incorrectly, can cost both the employer and the employee unnecessary and unexpected tax remittances, interest and penalties from the Canada Revenue Agency. You can be the professional to solve these concerns by starting a new certificate course online this week.