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Repaying Individual Pandemic Benefits

The worst of the COVID 19 pandemic which began almost three years ago is now hopefully behind us That doesn t mean however that Canadians

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The Tax Year is Ending – Some Planning Steps to Take Before December 31

For individual Canadian taxpayers the tax year ends at the same time as the calendar year And what that means for individual Canadians is that

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CEBA Forgiveness Repayment Extended Until December 31, 2023

The forgiveness repayment date has been extended to December 31 2023 for eligible CEBA loan holders in good standing Applicants that qualified for the new

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Loaning Money From Your Corporation: A Cautionary Tale (Newsletter)

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Newsletter: First Home Savings Accounts

This quarterly newsletter focuses on First Home Savings Accounts and how they work nbsp Issue61 Personal pdf Cette lettre d 8217 information trimestrielle se concentre

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When the Taxman Has Questions About Your Return…

By the beginning of August almost every Canadian has filed his or her income tax return for the previous year and has received the Notice

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Managing Debt in a Rising Interest Rate Environment

Since 2009 Canadians have been living and borrowing in an ultra low interest rate environment Between January 2009 and January 2022 the bank rate from

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Planning Ahead for 2023: Employee Deductions

For most Canadians tax planning for a year that hasn t even started yet may seem too remote to even be considered However most Canadians

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Planning for Home Office Expense Claims

Over the past three years the structure of work from home arrangements for employees has been a constantly changing landscape In 2020 almost all employees

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