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Post -COVID state of small and medium businesses in the Canadian market.

I (Louis Sapi) am happy to share the video on an interview I did for the Gurmeet Judge’s Business video series blog. We discuss all sorts of business issues facing today’s entrepreneurs. It runs for about 40 minutes, so I recommend some wine or beer as you watch. Here is a link on youtube: https://lnkd.in/dp2hJ85 Some of the …

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It is time to stop raising income taxes across the board

Great article in the Toronto Sun.  Canadian’s with incomes in the top 20% of the population pay a far higher percentage of their income towards taxes than the rest of the population. All this does is encourage those who can to leave and bring their productivity to other countries thus increasingly pushing the tax burden …

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YOUR 2020 PERSONAL TAX RETURN IS COMING DUE!!!

  Preparing Your 2020 Personal Tax Returns It’s that time of year again, where Tax Season is upon us and we would like to remind everyone to start gathering the necessary information required to prepare your 2020 personal tax returns. The deadline for filing most 2020 personal income tax returns is April 30, 2021. The exception …

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Reminder: Applications for Additional $5,000 Grants are still Accepted

Further to our email of November 18, 2020; applications for additional $5,000 grants are still accepted, depending on your circumstances. Please use the link below to apply if you have not already done so. Ontario Provides Grants for PPE and rebates on property taxes and energy bills: Eligible small businesses with 2 to 9 employees can apply …

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Working-from-Home 2020 Expenses

The government announced that due to Covid-19 related closures, and many people forced to work from home, salaried and hourly non-union employees will be eligible to claim home office expenses on their 2020 personal income tax returns. This includes work-space-in-the-home, office supplies, and home internet fees. There are 2 options on how to make this …

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Employer Health Tax for Ontario 2020

The Ontario government has temporarily increased the EHT exemption from $490,000 to $1 million for the 2020 tax year due to the special circumstances caused by the coronavirus (COVID-19) in Ontario. The exemption will return to the previous amount of $490,000 on January 1, 2021 and will be adjusted according to inflation again in 2024 …

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Canada Emergency Rent Subsidy – Additional Covid-19 Support Measures

Earlier this week the government announced additional support for Canadian businesses, non-profits and charities that continue to face economic challenges due to Covid-19. These measures are designed to help struggling businesses get through the second wave of the virus. The first government attempt at a rent subsidy (CECRA) was not so well-received nor extensively utilized …

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Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy (CEWS) Will Be Extended to July 2021

In the Federal government’s Throne Speech on September 23, 2020, it was announced that the Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy will be extended to July 2021. We have previously informed you of the added complexities and scaling back of the program between September to December. More changes will be announced in the coming weeks and we will continue to keep …

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