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Summertime is family time; but it is also the time of year when people prepare for big life changes taking place in the fall. Young adults make plans to work abroad, travel or go to school and empty-nesters journey to warmer climates. However, non-residency comes with tax consequences, so a visit to a tax advisor should be part of your travel preparation.
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Are you a high-income earner—perhaps an executive, or seasonal construction or oil rig worker—who may suffer a loss of employment? For the 2017 tax year, the base amount for EI repayment is $64,125. The amount is indexed year over year and if you get caught with income over this, you’ll likely be unpleasantly surprised when you file your 2017 return . Here’s why:
Posted in: Breaking News, Tax Planning , employment insurance, EI clawback
Of the 216 votes in our June 2014, 65% of KBR voters strongly voiced their opinion in our against employment insurance being subject to a clawback on the tax return.
Posted in: Strategic Thinking, Think Tank, Tax Planning , self-employed, employment insurance
Self-employed persons are ineligible for regular EI benefits due to lay-offs or business slow-downs. But they can now elect to receive EI benefits for the following benefits...
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The Tax Court of Canada (TCC) recently considered whether a graduate student performing research at the University of British Columbia was an employee for the purposes of subsection 5(1) of the Employment Insurance Act.
Posted in: Breaking News, Investment & Retirement, Tax Planning , EI rates, employment insurance
On September 9, the Honourable Jim Flaherty, Minister of Finance, announced that the Employment Insurance (EI) premium rate for employees will be frozen at the 2013 level of $1.88 per $100 of insurable earnings for the years 2014-2016.