2020 Q2 Tax Tips & Traps Newsletter

by Dean Paley on May 16, 2020

I am pleased to announce that Tax Tips and traps is back! In this quarterly edition: Tax ticklers – Some points to consider Starting a business and not getting paid – Can I collect EI? Tips– Reporting Issues Real estate sales– Taxable or not? Contributions of goods and services to an NPO– Tax Implications Home […]

Newsletter – Financial Relief For Canadians

by Dean Paley on April 9, 2020

This newsletter has been prepared to provide an overview of the tax measures and assistance available to businesses and families in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic. A copy of this newsletter can be downloaded here. It is a concise summary of the measures announced up to and included Wednesday April 9, 2020. Discussed in […]

The 75% Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy and 10% Temporary Wage Subsidy

April 4, 2020

The Government of Canada has announced the Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy (CEWS) that will provide a subsidy of up to 75% of wages paid to a maximum benefit of $847 per week per employee.

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VIRTUAL ASSISTANT…What is that, and How can it help my business?

May 16, 2016

This article was prepared by Tanya Hauser of Hauser Executive Virtual Assistant, a Burlington based administrative assistant company.  I am sure you have heard the saying, “If you want something done right, do it yourself” This may seem like a good idea for certain situations, but ask any successful business owner and they will tell you […]

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Moving An IRA or 401(k) to Canada

August 11, 2015

If you have lived or worked in the U.S., you may have an Individual Retirement Account (IRA) or 401k plan. Leaving these accounts in the U.S. can be administratively challenging and you may wish to consider moving them to Canada. In certain circumstances, a person with a 401k or IRA may be able to rollover their U.S. […]

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The Benefits And Dangers Of Joint Accounts

July 22, 2015

This articles discusses the general issues around joint accounts (in all provinces except Quebec). Why Have Joint Ownership? Many people set-up joint accounts for a variety of reasons. For a married or common law couple, it could be for the day-to-day management of expenses. The account provides all parties equal access to the funds in the account […]

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