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  • Tax Alert - The Canada Emergency Response Benefit (CERB) In Response To COVID-19

    Tax Alert - The Canada Emergency Response Benefit (CERB) In Response To COVID-19

    On March 25, 2020, as part of its plan to address the needs of workers and self-employed individuals who have lost their source of income as a direct result of the COVID-19 pandemic, the...

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  • COVID-19–Wage Subsidy Programs

    COVID-19–Wage Subsidy Programs

    On April 1, 2020, Finance Minister Bill Morneau announced new details for the Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy (CEWS), which introduces a 75% wage subsidy for qualifying businesses, for up to 3...

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  • Tax Alert – New Trade Agreement To Replace NAFTA

    Tax Alert – New Trade Agreement To Replace NAFTA

    The Canada-United States-Mexico Agreement (CUSMA) passed through its final stages to become law with unprecedented speed. In just three hours on March 13, 2020, CUSMA was adopted by the...

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  • Tax Alert – COVID-19: U.S. stimulus package signed into law

    Tax Alert – COVID-19: U.S. stimulus package signed into law

    On March 27, 2020, U.S. President Donald Trump signed into law the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act. It is the largest emergency aid package in American...

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  • Tax Alert - Cash Flow strategies and Government Incentives in the time of COVID-19

    Tax Alert - Cash Flow strategies and Government Incentives in the time of COVID-19

    There are actions you can take to help manage cash flow by maximizing your financial resources during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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  • TAX ALERT - Manitoba introduces new tax measures

    TAX ALERT - Manitoba introduces new tax measures

    On March 5, 2020, Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister announced that the retail sales tax (RST) will be reduced to 6% from 7% effective July 1, 2020. The premier also announced the province’s...

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  • U.S. Provides An Extension to Pay Individual and Corporate Taxes due to COVID-19

    U.S. Provides An Extension to Pay Individual and Corporate Taxes due to COVID-19

    On March 20, 2020, the U.S. Treasury Department and the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) issued Notice 2020-18 as part of the government’s response to COVID-19.

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  • Federal government fiscal stimulus package in response to COVID-19

    Federal government fiscal stimulus package in response to COVID-19

    Financial measures announced by the Government of Canada to help protect the economy and its labour force from the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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  • Tax Alert - Governments Extend Tax Filing And Payment Deadlines

    Tax Alert - Governments Extend Tax Filing And Payment Deadlines

    The Federal and provincial governments have announced extensions to the various tax filing and payment deadlines to help taxpayers affected by the economic disruption from COVID-19.

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  • Tax Considerations for Difficult and Uncertain Times

    Tax Considerations for Difficult and Uncertain Times

    With the COVID-19 virus spreading around the globe, there are proactive steps you can take to manage your financial well-being, which includes managing the tax you pay now or in the future.

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  • Survey: Global Tax Outlook 2020

    Survey: Global Tax Outlook 2020

    Take part in a leading study on common tax issues facing business leaders today. BDO is delighted to announce the launch of a new tax program of international research in 2020. Spanning...

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  • Does your software development qualify for SR&ED?

    Does your software development qualify for SR&ED?

    Scientific research and experimental development (SR&ED) is probably the best known tax program in Canada’s tech ecosystem. And for good reason. This federal tax credit helps tech founders save...

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  • Tax Tip – Claim The New Tax Deduction On The Enhanced Portion Of Your Canada Pension Plan Contributions

    Tax Tip – Claim The New Tax Deduction On The Enhanced Portion Of Your Canada Pension Plan Contributions

    As you are likely aware, your Canada Pension Plan (CPP) contributions increased on January 1, 2019, and will continue to increase each year until 2023 (or 2024 if your income exceeds a new...

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  • 2020 Top Personal Marginal Tax Rates

    2020 Top Personal Marginal Tax Rates

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  • 2020 Corporate Income Tax Rates

    2020 Corporate Income Tax Rates

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  • Tax alert: BC increases tax for high income earners

    Tax alert: BC increases tax for high income earners

    On February 18, Finance Minister Carole James presented British Columbia's 2020 budget. With this budget, the province's NDP government continues to focus on presenting a balanced plan that...

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  • Tax Bulletin - Answering Your RRSP Questions

    RRSPs are an important component of an overall financial plan for most Canadians. As we struggle with high personal taxes and a fear that our government will not be able to provide adequate...

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  • Changes That May Affect Your 2019 And 2020 Personal Income Taxes

    Changes That May Affect Your 2019 And 2020 Personal Income Taxes

    A new taxation year can often bring tax changes. We have compiled a summary of the most significant federal tax changes that may affect your 2019 personal income tax return, as well as changes...

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  • Tax Tip – Make A Contribution To Your RRSP For A Deduction On Your 2019 Tax Return

    Tax Tip – Make A Contribution To Your RRSP For A Deduction On Your 2019 Tax Return

    Your RRSP contribution limit for 2019 is 18% of your 2018 earned income (to a maximum of $ 26,500) less the value of any benefits that accrued to you in 2018 as a member of a Registered...

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  • Tax Bulletin - Automobile Expenses and Recordkeeping

    Many people use their cars for work or business and personally incur expenses in doing so. If this is your situation, you’ll want to be able to deduct those expenses against the related income....

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