E commerce has taken the business world by storm. It is evident that creating a website is an ingredient to building a successful business. Learn how building your small business website can reduce your taxes.
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Are you an employer who is wondering if meal allowances are tax-deductible? Better yet, are you an employee who is required to travel for work? Is your meal allowance tax-free? Learn the benefits and regulations towards food and meal taxes while traveling. Take a bite out of this week’s Tax Tip.
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What do you know about tax shelters in Canada? It may be associated with tax evasion, illegal schemes, or other bad practices – however, not all tax shelters are bad news! Learn more through this week’s Tax Tip Weekly!
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Every small business owner should beware of the tax frauds that are preying on their business. Tax scams are the demise to many small businesses and can lead to criminal investigations on tax evasion, identity theft, and much more. Find out the 5 tax scams that every small business owner should know.
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If you are a Canadian working for the United Nations, you may generally be exempt from taxation on any income earned from the UN. Depending on if you are a resident or non-resident of Canada, your tax filing obligations may differ. Want to learn more on UN employee tax exemption? Then this article is for you.
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If you have capital gain on the sale of real estate but have not received the entire payment, you can actually defer paying tax on that capital gain by using the capital gains reserve mechanism
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