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Navigating COVID-19 Benefits for Your Business

Navigating COVID-19 Benefits for Your Business

Navigating COVID-19 relief programs over the past 12-months has been a challenge for many businesses. Your accountant or business advisor can help. One year later, what do the COVID-19 benefits mean for your business?

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Understanding the Personal Federal COVID-19 Benefits

Understanding the Personal Federal COVID-19 Benefits

With all of the personal COVID-19 benefits and relief measures introduced in the last 12 months, do you know where you stand? Heading into tax season - now is a great time to find out.

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Airbnb: Making Sure You’re Reporting Rental Income the Right Way

Airbnb: Making Sure You’re Reporting Rental Income the Right Way
June 21, 2018
| Taxes

Trying to earn a little extra on the side is pretty common these days – everyone could use a little extra spending money.  But just because it isn’t your full time job doesn’t mean you don’t have to consider the tax implications.  Today we’ll cover an increasingly popular method of earning additional money:  Airbnb

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How Do I Make Payments to the CRA for my Business? (Corporate)

How Do I Make Payments to the CRA for my Business? (Corporate)
February 9, 2018

How Does the “Quick Method” of Accounting Really Work?

How Does the “Quick Method” of Accounting Really Work?
January 16, 2018

The Quick Method is a simplified way to calculate HST for small businesses.  Instead of totalling Input Tax Credits (ITCs) on all expenses and subtracting them from HST collected on sales, the Quick Method allows HST payable to be calculated based on a percentage of sales.

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How do I make payments to CRA?

How do I make payments to CRA?
January 18, 2017

How does the “Quick Method” of accounting really work? Let us show you how…

How does the “Quick Method” of accounting really work? Let us show you how…
January 8, 2016

The Quick Method is a simplified way to calculate HST for small businesses.  Instead of totalling Input Tax Credits (ITCs) on all expenses and subtracting them from HST collected on sales, the Quick Method allows HST payable to be calculated based on a percentage of sales.

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