Ontario’s “Fair Workplaces, Better Jobs Act” (Bill 148, 2017) may impact your business effective January 1, 2018. Ensure that your business is compliant with the new Ontario Labour Law...
Tax time is approaching and it can be routine - but what about your child’s first tax return? Alan Rowell of The Accounting Place spoke on CHCH Morning Live this morning with tips on how to handle the new wage earner.
In December, many employers choose to show their gratitude to employees with a gift. Before giving gifts, the employer should consider the tax implications.
A cash gift, or a near-cash gift such as a gift certificate, is alwa...
In order to qualify as a deductible expense, the self-employed or commissioned salesperson must be able to demonstrate that the amount paid was incurred for the purpose of earning income and is a requirement under their conditions of employment.
Perhaps the best known – and least understood – claim you can make on your income taxes is Medical Expenses and the various related tax credits that surround medical issues. But every year, thousands of Canadian Taxpayers lose out simply because legitimate claims are not made.