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February 17, 2023 New legislation was introduced in 2022, which is effective on residential property dispositions starting January 1, 2023. A new residential property flipping…Read More
The 2020 Ontario budget introduced a 10% tax credit for capital investments towards most buildings, made by a qualifying corporation on or after March 25,…Read More
The 2021 budget introduced the Luxury Tax and the new tax received Royal Assent on June 23, 2022. The Luxury Tax will apply to new…Read More
Attention all business owners with a staff greater than 25, as of June 2, 2022. Bill 27: Working for Workers Act requires your company to…Read More
Employers are beginning to find it difficult to differentiate between COVID-19 sick leave and regular. How do they compensate? Do they have to compensate? It…Read More
Recently both the federal and Ontario governments have made announcements regarding new and existing COVID relief programs for businesses. The Ontario government announced two new…Read More
Registered Retirement Savings Plan (RRSP): Contribution deadline: March 1, 2022 Note: contributions made by this date can be deducted form your 2021 taxable income. Maximum…Read More
This article is from the Independent Accountants’ Investment Counsel Inc. (IAIC) After bouncing off new all-time highs in early November, the past two weeks saw …Read More
On October 21, 2021, the federal government announced the next phase of COVID relief programs for both individuals and businesses. For individuals, the Canada Recovery…Read More
This bulletin is inform you of an important change in how Ontario businesses and not-for-profits will be required to deal with the Government of Ontario. …Read More