Government Announces the 2023 Automobile Deduction Limits and Expense Benefit Rates for Businesses
Government Announces the 2023 Automobile Deduction Limits and Expense Benefit Rates for Businesses Department of Finance Canada announced the automobile income tax deduction limits and expense benefit rates that will apply in 2023. The following changes to limits and rates will take effect as of January 1, 2023: The ceiling for capital cost allowances (CCA)Read More
What Self-employed Contractors Need To Know About Taxes?
As an independent contractor, you can forget the standard 9-to-5 and set your own hours. Rather than earning an annual salary, it’s up to you to set the price of your work—and to sell it. Instead of receiving assignments from a manager, you get to choose who you work with and what type of work you do. Working as an independent contractor can provide you with great freedom when it comes to your schedule and income, but it can also make things more complicated during tax season.Read More
Starting A New Business? Avoid These Common Mistakes
Starting a new business for the first time is not always easy. There are many factors to take into consideration – whether financing, marketing, customer acquisition or dealing with legal issues. Many new businesses place legal concerns on the back burner due to costs and time constraints. They assume that legal problems can be dealt with later, but it may be too late or even more costly to fix.Read More