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Small business tax rate going down: more money for your business

November 17, 2017
In October 2017, the federal government announced that they would lower the small business tax rate from 10.5% to 9%, as promised in their election platform.
 

Tax changes: government starting to listen, but concerns remain

August 21, 2017
After intense pushback from owners like you, the government will cut the small business tax rate to 9%, but some of its proposed tax changes are going ahead. Here’s how the updated changes will affect you.
 

New Import study shows Canadian businesses at a price disadvantage online

March 2, 2017
Copenhagen Economics, a leading European research firm, released a study revealing a significant gap in duty and tax collection for goods purchased online and imported into Canada via Canada Post. This puts your business at a price disadvantage of at least 12% when competing with imports from the U.S., Europe and China.
 

Your business, your retirement: increases to capital gains taxes may be coming

February 17, 2017
The federal government may be considering an increase to the capital gains inclusion rate, which could spell trouble for you if you are relying on the sale of your business to secure your retirement.
 

Employer-Sponsored Health and Dental Benefits

February 3, 2017
What potential tax changes to employer-sponsored health and dental benefits could mean for your business and your employees.
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