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Increase the Quarterly Tax Instalment Threshhold: 71% Say Yes

Posted: December 01, 2015 By : Knowledge Bureau
Posted in: Strategic Thinking, Bookkeeping and Accounting
The next quarterly tax instalment deadline is December 15.   Surprisingly, almost 30% said no to Knowledge Bureau’s November’s poll question, which asked: “Canadians who have net tax owing of more than $3,000 for 2015 and in either of 2014 or 2013 must make quarterly income tax remittances. Should this threshold be increased?”

Beer in Ontario Grocery Stores:  But it will cost more

Posted: April 28, 2015 By: Walter Harder
Posted in: Breaking News, Bookkeeping and Accounting, Investment & Retirement, Succession & Estate Planning, Tax Planning
The Ontario provincial budget was presented on April 23 and although it contains no new personal or corporate taxes and only a few changes to beer drinkers, corporate credits and drivers might be particularly interested in this document. 

Helping You Stay Up-to-Date With 2015 Federal Budget Changes

Posted: April 28, 2015 By : Claudia Hawkins
Posted in: Strategic Thinking, Bookkeeping and Accounting, Investment & Retirement, Succession & Estate Planning, Tax Planning
The 2015 Federal Budget introduced significant changes to Canadians’ finances.  The challenge now for most tax and financial professionals is deciphering these changes and putting them into action in a meaningful way for clients.

June Distinguished Advisor Workshop - Transition Planning: Trusts and Estates

Posted: February 25, 2015
Posted in: Your Professional Development, Bookkeeping and Accounting, Tax Planning
Substantial tax reform has recently changed the rules for post-death planning for high net worth families.

It’s the male seahorses that have the babies….

Posted: February 18, 2015
Posted in: Your Professional Development, Bookkeeping and Accounting, Investment & Retirement, Succession & Estate Planning, Tax Planning
Find out about this and more at the 2015 Distinguished Advisor Conference (DAC).