In light of COVID-19, the federal and provincial governments announced a number of measures to help reduce the impact of the pandemic on the population and economy. To guide you, your family and your business through this crisis we have prepared a summary of these relief programs and new tax filing measures. We will see this crisis through to the end, together.
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Detailed analysis yields unexpected refunds Many companies are either unaware of the existing federal and provincial Scientific Research and Experimental Development (SR&ED) tax credit programs or unfamiliar with the criteria and activities which qualify for claims. These credit programs are available to all companies that operate in Canada – large or small, family-run or foreign-owned. […]Click to read more.
Carey Singer and Michel Oulimar Understatement alert: filing taxes can be complicated. This year especially, is no exception. If you are a U.S. citizen living in Canada but filing in the U.S., our U.S. Tax professionals have outlined the basics for you. As always though, it is best to consult a professional to determine the […]Click to read more.
The best investments don’t come with fail-safe guarantees; there’s always an element of risk. In Canada, between 1970 and 2015, the rate of return on guaranteed investments was 5.25%. In the last few years, extraordinary moves by the world’s central banks have caused the return of these investments drop to approximately 0.5%. In an attempt […]Click to read more.