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  • CRA warns about health spending accounts

    By on April 23, 2019

    CRA warns about health spending accounts   #CRA focusing on, and warning about health spending accounts. "If the business is a sole proprietorship with no arm’s-length employees, the CRA does not consider an HSA to be a private health services plan and any costs incurred f…https://t.co/dqeeZ9Rsqv https://t.co/vwOA6VZYiB — Joseph Devaney (@videotax) April 18, 2019 CRA Warning: Buyer beware when it...

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  • The most common things that seniors may be able to claim

    By on April 6, 2019

    As a senior, here are some of the most common things that you may be able to claim: Source: Canada Revenue Agency Pension income splitting – As a pensioner, you may be eligible to split up to 50% of your eligible pension income with your spouse or common-law partner to reduce the amount of income tax you may have to...

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  • How not to claim employment expenses on your tax return

    By on March 29, 2019

    How not to claim employment expenses on your tax return Source: Financial Post Author: Jamie Golombek If you’re an employee who pays for various work-related expenses that your boss doesn’t cover, you may be able to get some tax relief when you file your 2018 tax return by claiming a deduction for valid employment expenses. Typical, deductible employment expenses can...

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  • 2019 Federal Budget

    By on March 20, 2019

    Dan Kelly’s take on the 2019 Federal Budget Source: Financial Post CPA Canada’s 2019 Federal Budget Coverage Source: CPA Canada For each annual federal budget, CPA Canada offers its views on the budget’s priorities in a variety of ways. CPA Canada: submits a pre-budget brief participates as a witness in the House of Commons Standing Committee on Finance pre-budget consultations...

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  • [RBC Event] Do you know how much your business is worth? What if you could get more?

    By on March 13, 2019

    Do you know how much your business is worth? What if you could get more? When: Wednesday April 10th, 2019  6:00 PM – 8:00 PM Mountain Daylight Time Where: RBC Dominion Securities 203, 14505 Bannister Road SE Calgary, Alberta Please join us for an informative discussion for business owners, featuring The Value Builder System and Wealth Planning to highlight...

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  • The future of Western Canada

    By on February 14, 2019

    Chairman Angus Reid on the future of Western Canada Source: Angus Reid Institute By 2036, Canada’s four Westernmost provinces are projected to be home to more than a third of the country. Over the next 20 years growth in the West is expected to outpace every other region in the nation. But as the West grows, so too does the...

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  • Extreme ideas may be Alberta’s only answer

    By on February 8, 2019

    Keith Gerein: Extreme ideas may be Alberta’s only answer in an energy fight lacking common sense Source: Edmonton Journal Author: Keith Gerein It’s no secret Albertans are feeling a bit indignant at many of their fellow Canadians these days. The list of grievances has grown so long over the past year that it’s been hard to keep track. Pipeline delays....

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  • CRA requests for personal banking info

    By on January 29, 2019

    CRA requests for personal banking info: Out of line? Source: CPA Canada’s Web site Author: Bruce Ball, FCPA, FCA, CFP Many practitioners are surprised when tax auditors ask for banking records from business owners and their families. Find out the reasons behind these requests and how you can make small business audits proceed more efficiently. Asking taxpayers for their personal...

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  • CRA eyes secure new way to access services

    By on January 22, 2019

    CRA eyes new, digitally secure way to access services Source: City News Author: Jordan Press Canada’s tax agency has quietly tested a new way for Canadians to log in to their online accounts that should make it easier for Canadians to access government services while keeping would-be crooks out. The new system could also be pushed into the private sector as the...

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  • Protect Your Business From Occupational Fraud

    By on January 17, 2019

    Know the red flags of occupational fraud to protect your business Source: CPA Canada Author: Daphne Gordon Employee misconduct is a challenge for small businesses. Do you know how to detect cons on the inside? Small businesses in Canada are disproportionately affected by fraud committed by their own employees, according to a survey of certified fraud examiners. The Canadian edition of Report...

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