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If you owe money to the CRA, but you can’t pay, what is the best course of action? For example, if you or your clients use Paypal for business and were not previously reporting this income on your tax returns, the new CRA requirements may leave you in a position where you have to pay taxes you weren’t anticipating.
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Next year’s Distinguished Advisor Conference (being held in Quebec City, Nov. 11-14, 2018) will explore how the work of tax and financial advisors fits into a changing demographic landscape under the theme “The Changing Face of Community: Collaboration with Impact.” Registrations for delegates and speaker sponsors are now open, and we are asking for your input on the topics you’d like to explore more closely at the event.
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The Ontario government released an economic statement on November 14 that reduces the small business tax rate, provides incentives for businesses with under 100 employees to hire 15 to 29 year olds and together with federal tax changes, significantly raises the marginal tax rates on passive income earned within a small business corporation upon distribution to individual shareholders.