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CRA will shut down EFILE Services for T1 transmissions on January 17, 2020 to convert their systems for the next filing season. Enrol to attend Canada’s most comprehensive 2019 T1 Tax Update, the Knowledge Bureau’s CE Summit 6-city tour, that starts January 16 so you can use this time to get everyone on your team well trained. It’s a must-do for professional tax, bookkeeping and financial advisors.
As long as there are businesses, there will be a need for bookkeepers. According to the Department of Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC)*, the outlook for employment opportunities for Bookkeepers over the next three years looks promising for those looking to join the industry or continue in it, especially in the Maritimes, Quebec and Manitoba. Here are the top 10 reasons to consider a career in Bookkeeping:
We recently had the opportunity to speak to Melanie Adams about her experience taking Advising Family Business as part of her second designation with Knowledge Bureau. She previously earned her DFA – Tax Services Specialist™ designation and is now working toward her MFA™ - Business Services Specialist designation. Here’s what Melanie had to say:
Seasonal workers beware: if you collected Employment Insurance (EI) benefits during your off season, there’s a chance you could have to pay back some of the benefits you received. For the 2019 tax year, the base amount for EI repayment is $66,375. That means if net income exceeds this threshold, an EI repayment may be necessary. But, with savvy planning you can avoid this unpleasant surprise.