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  • Update coming later this week: Canada Revenue Agency proposing changes to the small business deduction
    Update coming later this week: Canada Revenue Agency proposing changes to the small business deduction

    Canada Revenue Agency is proposing major changes to the small business deduction and taxation of dividends used by Canadian controlled private corporations. Please check back later this week for an update on this topic.

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  • CRA Proposes Tightening Access to the Voluntary Disclosures Program
    CRA Proposes Tightening Access to the Voluntary Disclosures Program

    CRA Proposes Tightening Access to the Voluntary Disclosures Program (VDP) The CRA is proposing several changes to limit access to the VDP and the relief that can be provided in order to ensure that the program continues to promote...

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  • The CRA has begun contacting taxpayers who have sent or received international e-transfers of $10,000 or more 
    The CRA has begun contacting taxpayers who have sent or received international e-transfers of $10,000 or more 

    The CRA has begun contacting taxpayers who have sent or received international e-transfers of $10,000 or more The CRA has begun sending letters to taxpayers involved in sending or receiving international electronic funds transfers of $10,000 or more. The...

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  • Saskatchewan 2017 Budget Highlights
    Saskatchewan 2017 Budget Highlights

    Saskatchewan 2017 Budget Highlights Kevin Doherty is presenting his 2017 Budget with the following highlights: Saskatchewan Personal Income Tax Changes Personal Income Tax Rates The budget proposes to reduce the tax rate on each of Saskatchewan’s three personal income...

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  • 2017 Federal Budget Commentary
    2017 Federal Budget Commentary

    2017 Federal Budget Commentary On March 22, 2017 the Honourable Bill Morneau, Minister of Finance, presented the 2017 Federal Budget, Building a Strong Middle Class, to the House of Commons. The Government’s fiscal position includes a projected deficit in...

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  • CRA’s 8th annual Office Audit Letter Campaign
    CRA’s 8th annual Office Audit Letter Campaign

    The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) will soon be conducting its eighth annual Office Audit Letter Campaign. The letter campaign is designed to encourage behavioural changes among a selected taxpayer population by providing relevant information about their current or past...

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  • Seniors: Enjoy your golden years with these tax credits and benefits
    Seniors: Enjoy your golden years with these tax credits and benefits

    The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) wants seniors to get the tax credits, deductions, and benefits they are eligible for. Here are 11 of the most common credits and benefits for seniors. Pension income splitting – If you receive a...

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  • Canada Revenue Agency gets C-  Rating for Phone Service
    Canada Revenue Agency gets C- Rating for Phone Service

    The Canada Revenue Agency(CRA) Business Helpline call center has been awarded a grade of C-Minus for the second straight time.   The Canadian Federation of Independent Business(CFIB) had conducted an independent evaluation of the services using the secret shopper technique....

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  • CRA Compliance Letter Campaign
    CRA Compliance Letter Campaign

    The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) will soon be conducting a compliance letter campaign. The CRA included the following in an information notice it distributed on December 12, 2016: Compliance letter campaign — Message to GST/ HST registrants In December...

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  • Online Payment Options
    Online Payment Options

    Starting Friday July 8, 2016, mail delivery across Canada may be interrupted or delayed by a disruption at Canada Post. For your convenience, we have posted some information about alternative payment methods.   Check out the following pages for...

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