What Expenses Can Commission Salespeople Claim?

Employees who earn their living negotiating contracts for their employers or selling on commission may claim certain itemized sales expenses.  In all cases, however, receipt keeping is key; as is the availability of employer-signed Form T2200 Declaration of Conditions of Employment in case of audit.

DAC Tackles Financial Advice at Crossroads of Change

The headlines around the world have been intense and for some, disturbing, over the last several weeks as borders have closed and diversity, financial and judicial systems have been challenged by change.  What does the future hold for Canadian investors and their advisors as a result of this uncertainty? 

After Basic Bookkeeping, Advanced Bookkeeping Is the Logical Next Step

Knowledge Bureau’s Advanced Bookkeeping for Multiple Business course is the logical next step for any bookkeeper to up their game and forge ahead in their career.

People in the News

Providing value to your clients: Andre Yong Tit Kow, DFA - Tax Services Specialist™, Ontario

Life Purpose

“The first responsibility of a leader is to define reality.”  Max DePree

February Poll

Is it time for the government to raise the 18% limitation restricting contributions to an RRSP by lower income earners?

CRA Issues New Tax Collections Policies

The CRA has cancelled Information Circular IC98-1R5 and replaced it with a sixth version, which provides a new overview of CRA collections policies for individuals, corporations, GST registrants, employers and those who import or export or travel across borders. Advisors and clients will want to refresh on their obligations:
 
 

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Knowledge Bureau Poll Question

Is it time for the government to raise the 18% limitation restricting contributions to an RRSP by lower income earners?

  • Yes
    106 votes
    70.2%
  • No
    45 votes
    29.8%