Many small business owners do not realize that a large majority of electronic gadgets and equipments that they use in the operation and functionality of their business are taxable. Continue reading

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If you temporarily relocate abroad for work, you may be entitled to numerous employee benefits. Some of these benefits include costs related to living and transportation. Continue reading

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If you are a non-resident rendering services in Canada, you will be subjected to a 15% withholding tax. By filing the ‘Regulation 105 Waiver’ you can reduce and or eliminate this.
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Do you own a corporation? Why does your corporation need a minute book? Proving your corporation is legitimate relies heavily on your Minute Book. Learn what a Minute Book is, and how it can help your corporation.
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Are you a U.S. citizen working in Canada? Is the thought of double taxation making you sweat? No need to worry, Allan Madan will take you through vital information pertaining to double taxation surrounding social security.
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Has your company offered to pay for your vehicle expenses as a taxable benefit? If yes, it is time to reconsider your answer! Avoid paying taxes and deduct a portion of your car costs simply by using your personal car for businesses purposes.
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