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COVID-19 Recovery Programs in Canada

The Federal Government announced in December 2021 new support for Covid-19 recovery Programs in Canada for businesses. This program is the Targeted COVID-19 support measures and is part of the governments COVID-19 Recovery Programs. Here is a brief list of the… Continue Reading…

Tax

Changes for the 2020 Tax Season

With the new tax season and the old news of Covid CRA has provided new rules and guidelines. If you collected COVID-19-related benefit payments last year, it is possible that you will see yourself owing more money than in previous years.… Continue Reading…

Small Business

More help for small and medium enterprises in Alberta

The Government of Alberta has announced a Relaunch Grant that offers financial assistance to Alberta businesses, cooperatives, and non-profit organizations.  The program provides funding to organizations that saw a revenue reduction as a result of closures or reduced operations due… Continue Reading…

Small Business

Are you a Contractor or an Employee?

With the changing world we are living in many people have decided to venture out as a contractor. We are seeing more and more deciding this after a layoff or simply a slow down in a traditional office. What we… Continue Reading…

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Using your RRSP’s to fund your education.

We are familiar with using our Registered Retirement Savings Plan (RRSP) to finance the purchase of a home through the Home Buyers’ Plan (HBP). But did you know that you can also use your RRSP’s to finance post secondary school… Continue Reading…

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The importance of minute books

When it comes to incorporating most entrepreneurs employ the ‘do-it-yourself’ route. There are many websites or Incorporation packages purchased at registries offices to facilitate this.  Doing it this way is enticing to lower costs. This is reasonable as starting up… Continue Reading…

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Trusts In Canada

OVERVIEW OF TRUSTS A trust is a relationship under which a person, called the settlor, transfers property to another person, called the trustee, who holds that property for the benefit of another person called the beneficiary. The law does not… Continue Reading…

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Back To School

Back to School is always a busy time of year.  As our kids are heading in to the school year there are a few things to consider for tax purposes. Private school fees for elementary and secondary: Generally, the cost… Continue Reading…

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Starting your own business

Starting your own business can feel overwhelming in the beginning. But with the right team behind you, you can set yourself up success with more informed business decisions. Equipping yourself with as much information available and every tool upfront leads… Continue Reading…

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Uphill Battle for the IOC and Olympic Venues

There is a great deal of anxiety that arises when the IOC searches for a potential city, that generally includes the country in which the city is located, both of whom would consider hosting the Winter Olympics. The problem with… Continue Reading…