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By now, you probably have a compelling urge to clean out the paperwork that's been accumulated up to Tax Day.


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On March 22, 2017, the Honorable Minister of Finance of Canada, Mr. William Francis Morneau, tabled the government’s 2017 Budget. We are providing you with a summary and analysis of the principal personal, and corporate tax changes announced in the budget speech.


On Monday December 7th, the Honourable Finance Minister Bill Morneau announced and tabled a notice of Ways and Means motion to amend the Tax Act and commented on the following tax changes to both individuals and corporations. The following is a summary highlight of the principal changes that have been retained.


Recently, there has been a lot of chatter surrounding crowdfunding platforms across Canada. Crowdfunding allows inventors, innovators or creators to easily raise funds to invent, build or create their product or render their services.


On March 26 2015, the Honorable Minister of Finance of Quebec, Carlos Leitão, tabled the government’s 2015 Budget. We are providing you with a summary and analysis of the individual, corporate and other taxation measures included in the budget.


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Pooled Registered Pension Plans (PRPPs) are the result of the Canadian government’s resolute push to stimulate retirement savings for workers and self-employed persons.

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Cash flow management is critical to the financial health of any organization, whether in the profit or nonprofit sector. Here are a few strategies to help get a firm grip on managing the money that's coming into and going out of your organization.

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If you are moving to start a new job or business or go to university, you may be able to deduct your moving expenses from your taxable income and save money in the process. But be careful, it can be a tricky business.

ImageOttawa allows you to deduct certain everyday living and business expenses and to take tax credits for others. Here is a list of deductions and credits that can help lower your income tax liability.


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The goal of personal tax planning is to minimize or defer taxes payable which requires some flexibility as the year 2013 comes to an end. Now is the perfect time to assess your tax standing and to identify appropriate planning strategies for the coming year. This guide is intended to help you do just that. It has been formatted as answers to the most common questions asked in year-end planning and preparation for the 2013 taxation year.


Mergers and acquisitions continue to help the big get bigger in an effort to reduce costs, reach more customers and expand their product lines.


Market fluctuations can make it difficult to determine how to adjust your portfolio, setting you wondering whether to leave it alone or take drastic measures. The appropriate answer probably lies somewhere between those two extremes. What you should do is thoroughly review your portfolio. Consider these tips when analyzing your investments.


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As an addendum to your New Year's resolutions, how about making it a goal not to scramble to meet this year's deadline for completing your contributions to your Registered Retirement Savings Plan (RRSP).



The first few weeks of a new year offers a great opportunity to start anew, readjusting, adding and putting final touches on fiscal strategies.


Lateral thinking helped one manufacturing/distribution company find a simple idea that slashed costs and sparked a three-fold gain in net. What's the secret? Read on. It's simpler than you think.


The partners of Ruby Stein Wagner S.E.N.C.R.L. / LLP are pleased to announce the admission to the partnership of Hachem W. Halabi.


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Significant changes to the Quebec Sales Tax (“QST”) system will take effect on January 1, 2013. These new measures have been instituted following a sales tax harmonization and coordination agreement (“agreement


A buy-sell agreement is generally the best way to protect your family's ownership interests. Without one, an unanticipated event can damage - and even destroy - the business. Here is an overview of how business "prenups" work and a look at the methods used to value business ownership interests.


Small Degrees of Separation

Solving One Cash-Crunch Problem

Solving One Cash-Crunch Problem
Collecting GST, remitting it and claiming a refund can be complicated and time-consuming, and at times it can create a cash crunch. But some corporations and partnerships can avoid this with an Excise Tax Act exemption.


Tax season is officially on us, and although it is your responsibility to file your return by midnight April 30, it also is your right to arrange your finances in a way that you pay the least amount of taxes.


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Small Degrees of Separation

Solving One Cash-Crunch Problem

Quebec Budget

The Budget, released this week, contains no new taxes for Quebecers. Quebec Finance Minister Raymond Bachand also announced that the deficit would be $3.3 billion for 2011-2012 and $1.5 billion for 2012-2013. The budget is expected to be balanced in 2013-2014.

The Minister indicated that the government will intensify its actions against tax evasion, allocating increased resources to that initiative.

Here is an outline of the budget.