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Bookkeeping Acts, Income Tax Regulations, Reviews

Canadian Government Works on Enhancing Electronic Services
Date: July 2014

The steps made by Harper Government towards cutting the red tape and the latest expansion of the electronic services provided by the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) were the main subjects for discussion during the meeting of Kerry-Lynne D. Findlay, Minister of National Revenue and Joyce Bateman, Member of Parliament with representatives of local business, taking place in Winnipeg on March, 20 this year. Read More...

Findlay Draws Attention To Fraud Protection
Date: July 2014

Canadian Government is obliged to fight against frauds and prevent Canadians from being scammed by giving them a full access to information, which may help to identify fraudsters and expose scammy tax affairs. Read More...

The Role of Women in Business Discusses at Vancouver Board of Trade
Date: June 2014

Together with other attendees of the Vancouver Board of Trade event Minister Findlay talked over the importance of women in business world and difficulties they have to experience as employers, private entrepreneurs, state officials and more. Read More...

Canadian Government Actions Towards Supporting Small Business
Date: June 2014

The Government of Canada encourages small companies and enterprises to create skillful labor force by hiring unqualified workers for apprenticeships. For this purpose Canadian Government developed a complex of measures to motivate employers and business-owners. It includes the apprenticeship job creation tax credit, incentive allowances and grants. Read More...

Fill out tax return even with no profits to report, otherwise you may not receive your credit payments!
Date: May 2014

Tax and benefit return should be filled out in any case, even if you didn’t receive any profits in 2013. The deadline is April 30, 2014. This way you may be entitled to particular tax benefits and get them right on time. Read More...

2013 Tax Return is Postponed to June 16, 2014
Date: May 2014

The deadline to fill out your 2013 tax return is postponed to June 16, 2014 (as June 15 is Sunday) in case your wife/husband or civil partner is a self-employed person. Still your tax payments should be made until midnight on May 5, 2014. Read More...

CRA Service Optimization and Red Tape Cutback For Small Enterprises
Date: April 2014

In recent years red tape became a real problem for small companies and firms. In order to normalize the situation and cut the red tape the Government decided to take a complex of measures starting from 2006. Also Findlay outlined a few recommendations on service improvement and optimization that should be fulfilled by the Government within the next couple of years. Read More...

Tax Benefits For Seniors
Date: April 2014

People, who reached the age of 65, have a right to claim a several tax credits and benefits. In this article you will find valuable information for retired people regarding the RRSP, RDSP, WITB and other Tax Credit Programs. Read More...

New Tax Credit For Volunteers From Search and Rescue Organizations
Date: March 2014

According to Economic Action Plan 2014, People who spent at least 200 hours during a year volunteering in search and rescue organizations are entitled to volunteer tax credit. It means that they are able to save up to $450 on taxes. Read More...

How to Save Money During Tax Season 2014
Date: March 2014

If you’re looking for professional assistance during tax time, the Navigator Consulting Group is always ready to help. Read the following information to find out how to save money during tax season. Read More...

How to Reduce Taxes For Families
Date: February 2014

There are a lot of tax solutions allowing families to reduce taxes they pay during tax season like credits, benefits, deductions, etc. Read More...

Tax Benefits For Parents
Date: February 2014

If you’ve just become parents or are expecting a baby you should know that there are lots of tax benefits you may apply for. Read More...

Tax Credits For Students
Date: January 2014

Students may reduce their taxes by means of credits and benefits offered by the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA). For this purpose they have to declare their incomes, fill out a tax return and apply for tax credits. Read More...

Tax Treatment in Case of Death
Date: January 2014

After someone’s death members of the family will have to take care of tax payments the decedent owe to the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA). Read More...

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