Selected tax policy and administrative developments.
Today Ontario Finance Minister Charles Sousa delivered the province’s 2013 budget. The budget anticipates a deficit of $9.8 billion in 2013 and $11.7 billion in 2014.
The federal government will publish the long-awaited final GST/HST regulations affecting many financial institutions on May 8, 2013.
Employers and registered pension plans may want to take advantage of some changes to the GST/HST pension plans rules announced in the recent federal budget.
Today Manitoba Finance Minister Stan Struthers delivered the province’s 2013 budget. The budget anticipates a deficit of $583 million in 2013, $518 million in 2014, $365 million in 2015 and $164 million in 2016.
Today Nova Scotia Finance Minister Maureen MacDonald delivered the province’s 2013 budget.
Prince Edward Island's Minister of Finance Wesley Sheridan tabled the province's 2013 budget on March 27, 2013.
Today New Brunswick Finance Minister Blaine Higgs delivered the province’s 2013 budget.
Today Newfoundland and Labrador Finance Minister Jerome Kennedy delivered the province’s 2013 budget.
If your Canadian mining or oil and gas company is registered with the SEC, your company will soon have to start reporting payments it makes to governments in all the countries where it operates.
Finance Minister Jim Flaherty delivered the government’s 2013 federal budget today.
Today Saskatchewan’s Finance Minister Ken Krawetz delivered the province’s 2013 budget.
Finance Minister Jim Flaherty is expected to deliver the Conservative government’s 2013 federal budget on March 21, 2013.
If you provide your services through a corporation, are you carrying on a personal services business?
Today Alberta Finance Minister Doug Horner delivered the province’s 2013 budget.
Is your business ready to face a new B.C. PST system on April 1, 2013?
Certain trusts may benefit from recent legislative changes to ease the requirements to qualify as a real estate investment trust (REIT) for income tax purposes.
Today British Columbia Finance Minister Michael de Jong delivered the province’s 2013 budget. The budget increases both corporate and personal tax rates.
If your company sells taxable goods and services in British Columbia, you should be ready for the new B.C. PST that takes effect in just six weeks on April 1, 2013.
If you are involved in preparing financial reports for corporations or other organizations, certain 2012 Canadian tax changes may need to be reflected in your year-end financial statements.