Watch now! From the government’s concern with tax planning strategies to tax credit changes, Collins Barrow KMD’s Ryan Devereux delves into highlights from Budget 2017.
Budget 2017 has been released! Check out our professional tax analysis, videos and dynamic infographics here.
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Another federal budget has come and gone. If you blinked you might’ve missed it! Compared to last year’s changes to the small business deduction eligibility, among others, there weren’t many significant changes from a tax perspective in Budget 2017.
Collins Barrow Toronto’s Maria Severino is proud to participate in the Business Transitions Forum on May 16, sharing her expertise at a panel presentation.
When an individual operates a business without having a corporation it’s referred to as a proprietorship business. But when is the right time to incorporate?
If there’s income in your business that you don’t need to spend personally every year, you should seriously consider incorporating. Not only will you potentially limit liability and protect personal assets, but the tax rates for a corporation are lower. You can also leave money in the corporation for many years and get tax savings that way.
No news is good news, as far as tax rates go, in the just-released Federal Budget. Other tax deductions and credits weren’t so lucky. Get the scoop on all the major Budget 2017 tax changes! View infographic.
The Honourable Bill Morneau, Minister of Finance, today tabled his second budget – “Building a Strong Middle Class” with a projected deficit of $28.5 billion.
The Minister of Finance, Bill Morneau, announced that the government’s federal budget will be tabled on March 22, 2017. Last year’s Canadian federal budget came in with a whopping $29.4-billion deficit and notable tax changes in the area of the small business deduction eligibility, among others. There were a number of items promised by the Liberal government during its campaign that were not announced in last year’s budget. Will the Liberal government hold true on those promises in the 2017 budget? How will those potential tax changes impact business owners and individuals? Some areas to watch are outlined below.
*Updated March 10, 2017
With increasing frequency, Canadian corporations are venturing across the border into the United States to perform services or sell their products. Consequently, we often field questions about the U.S. corporate income tax filing requirements for Canadian corporations generating revenue from our trading partner to the south. This article summarizes some of those requirements.
Whether you’ve got a personal or corporate tax question – related to financial matters at home or abroad – our experts have got plenty of tips to share with you. Check back often as we’re always releasing new videos!
Collins Barrow Leamington is pleased to announce a new, second office in Essex and welcome the admission of two new partners to their audit, tax and advisory practice.
In April 2016, the Minister of National Revenue established the Offshore Compliance Advisory Committee (“OCAC”) for the purpose of advising the Minister and the Canada Revenue Agency (“CRA”) on administrative strategies to deal with offshore compliance. In the fall of 2016, OCAC issued a report on CRA’s Voluntary Disclosure Program, which was endorsed by the Minister of National Revenue on December 8, 2016. On February 22, 2017, the CRA released its formal response, in which it indicated that the review of the recommendations prepared by OCAC will be completed by March 31, 2017.