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New Sneak Peeks! Help Proprietors with Professional Credentials

Posted: May 08, 2018 By : Knowledge Bureau Writers
Posted in: Strategic Thinking , Human Resources, hst, knowledge bureau, succession planning, Evelyn Jacks, tax courses, financial education, business expenses, online curriculum, T1 proprietorships, tax for small business, partnership, taxable gains, tax reforms to small business

The June 15 tax filing deadline for unincorporated businesses is coming up soon. The “gig” economy is a vibrant, growing market - especially for millennials - but many have trouble connecting with credentialed professionals to provide them with sound tax filing and planning advice. Now there is a win-win solution.

What Do You Do If You’re Audited by the CRA?

Posted: October 03, 2017 By : John Tucciarone, CPA, CMA
Posted in: Strategic Thinking , CRA, tax credits, knowledge bureau, Canada Revenue Agency, tax avoidance, income tax act, Evelyn Jacks, tax evasion, taxpayer bill of rights, criminal code, Excise Tax Act, tax deductions, tax education, business expenses, CRA audit, audited by the CRA, audit process, tax laws, Canadian businesses, individual tax returns, income tax returns, income tax audit, tax write-offs, home office deductions, rental properties, tax issues, John Tucciarone, Chartered Professional Accountants of Canada

The Canada Revenue Agency completed nearly 112,000 audits during fiscal 2016-17, according to a government report on recent efforts to crack down on tax cheats. If you or your clients are chosen for an audit, there are a few best practices that can help you through the process.

Are Business Conferences Tax Deductible?

Posted: September 25, 2017 By: Walter Harder
Posted in: Strategic Thinking , tax credits, self-employed, knowledge bureau, Evelyn Jacks, distinguished advisor conference, tax deductions, employment expenses, tax education, financial education, professional development, financial conference, CE Summit, business conference, business expenses, business write-offs, professional development conference, conference tuition, travel deductions, Tuition Amount tax credit, Walter Harder

Costs incurred to attend a conference may be a deductible business expense. The cost of the tuition for the conference may also be deductible or be eligible for a non-refundable tax credit.