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Posted in: Strategic Thinking , Personal Tax, corporate tax, t1 tax preparation, tax changes, income splitting, CE summits, Morneau, Fall Economic Statement, tax workshops, advanced personal tax update, T1 tax returns, Climate Action Incentive Payment, Finance Minster, Tax on Split Income rules
It’s time to shake out the cobwebs and get ready for tax season. If you are a tax or financial services professional you won’t want to miss this advanced personal tax update: join us in six cities January 17 – 25, 2019.
Posted in: Strategic Thinking , federal budget, finance canada, Morneau, Minister of Finance, Fall Economic Statement, budget 2018, Fall Economic Update, Fiscal Report, Corporate Tax Changes
Canada has been in a strong economic position since 2015, but dark clouds are on the horizon as global economic growth has peaked and deficits are expected to grow. This is what Finance Minister Morneau faces as he unveiled his November 21 Fall Economic Report.
Posted in: Strategic Thinking , corporate tax, federal budget, capital cost allowance, Canadian economy, finance canada, Canadian business, Morneau, Minister of Finance, budget 2018, Fall Economic Update, Fiscal Update
Canada’s competitive advantage in the global economy has been of concern since corporate tax reforms were introduced in the United States earlier this year, and especially after Finance Canada’s ill-fated attempt to reform the corporate tax system a year ago. Finance Minister Morneau delivered his response to the current challenges by proposing the acceleration of some Capital Cost Allowance measures in the November 21 Fall Economic Update.
Posted in: Strategic Thinking , Personal Tax, corporate tax, tax courses, investment courses, professional development, online courses, online education, retirement courses
Against the backdrop of high interest rates, complex tax changes and an economic climate that’s increasingly volatile, Knowledge Bureau has given professionals in the tax and financial services industry more tools to cope with their clients’ questions. With seven newly updated tax courses launching November 1, it’s an opportunity to enhance your education before year-end.
Posted in: Strategic Thinking , Personal Tax, Debt Management, Wealth planning, investment, Evelyn Jacks, corporate tax, economic growth, federal budget, Canadian economy, tax education, finance canada, annual report, Tax Foundation
Exactly what is the effect of high taxation on long-term economic growth in a country in which an aging population has limited capacity to pay more tax? It’s an important consideration in light of Finance Canada’s annual report, released on Friday October 19 and this week’s PBO Report.
Posted in: Strategic Thinking , CRA, Canada Revenue Agency, corporate tax, Small Business, taxpayer bill of rights, entrepreneur, CE summits, income sprinkling, CRA service standards, proprietor, Stefanie Keller, year-end, small business consultation, Chamber of Commerce
As year-end approaches, financial professionals continue to give mixed reviews on whether or not Canada’s tax system is improving – particularly for the business community. To address these concerns, the CRA has announced a new initiative called Serving You Better, and is requesting consultation from financial professionals and owners of small and medium-sized businesses.