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Tax Filing Deadlines in Canada - Bookkeeping-Essentials.com
Tax Filing Deadlines in Canada
Tax Due Dates By Type of Tax
by L. Kenway BComm CPB
The Bookkeeper's Notes on tax compliance and tax filing deadlines by tax type ...
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Canadian Bookkeeping and Tax Rates
Operating cost benefit** (taxable benefit-see table above) are now 26 cents per kilometer PLUS standby charge (taxable benefit). You MAY be eligible for an operating cost benefit reduction IF the vehicle was used at least 50% for business (i.e. your personal use of the company car is less than 50%).
CRA defines personal driving use to include (excerpted from their website):
U.S. Self Employment Income - Self Employment Tax
Sole Proprietors' self employment income (net earnings) are subject to self employment tax and must make quarterly estimated tax payments. You are NOT an employee which means you take a draw. Incorporating doesn't make sense for everyone, especially if the corporation will be under capitalized.
S-Corp distributions to shareholders (not to be confused with payroll earnings) are NOT subject to...
Understanding Tax Audits in Canada
If you receive additional T3, T4 or T5 income slips after you have filed your personal income tax return, you need to file an amendment with CRA using form T1ADJ - T1 Adjustment Request. Here's why.
If the CRA finds unreported income during their matching program tax audits, your income tax return will be adjusted to reflect the missing T slips and a Notice of Reassessment will be mailed to...
Tax Compliance in Canada | Small Business Due Dates
GOOD TO KNOW
What is considered the "official" receipt date at the CRA?
Business compliance returns must be physically received by the CRA (not Canada Post) on or before the due date. Canada Post mailing date is not considered to be the receipt date. (The post marked date is only valid as a receipt date for individuals not businesses.) If the due date falls on a weekend or a public holiday, then...
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Tax Primer for Sole Proprietors
Tax Deduction Checklist
Home Business Taxes Part 1
A tax planning opportunity for the self-employed home based business owner so you are not caught with your pants down (so to speak) at tax time. Be aware of what is NOT tax deductible on Form T2125.
Here are the basics discussed from a Canadian bookkeeping...
Input Tax Credits and Business Use of Your Personal Vehicle
Let's chat about how to claim input tax credits (ITCs) on the portion of your personal vehicle relating to business use. Warm up your teacup because here we go ...
I have read Stephen Thompson's excellent book "167 Tax Tips for Canadian Small Business 2009". I highly recommend it. It was easy to read and is updated every year.
In the book, he has a section on claiming ITCs on personal vehicles....
2017 Payroll Tax Deductions | U.S. & Canada
5 Payroll Tax Mistakes To Avoid
You may want to read the US Small Business Administration article by Barbara Weltman titled 5 Payroll Tax Mistakes to Avoid . It discusses best protection strategies for:
Not using an accountable plan for employee reimbursements
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CRA Auto Allowances | IRS Mileage Rates
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I am self employed and travel overnight for business. What are the CONUS rates for 2017?
Do I need receipts for my travel and entertainment expenses?
Are per diem allowances taxable to the employee?
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Canadian/CRA Auto Allowances and Living Out Allowances
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Reimplementing PST in BC - Bookkeeping-Essentials.com
If you want to register in person, go to any ServiceBC office.
PREVIOUSLY REPORTED REIMPLEMENTING PST NEWS - RELATED POSTINGS
PST Rates and PST Bulletin 001 Released
September 30, 2012 (Updated October 1, 2012)
The BC Government's website has released the PST rates that will go into effect on April 1, 2013 when reimplementing PST. You will also find a general description of what it will be...