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2017 Federal Budget – Personal Income Tax Measures
The Budget did not propose a number of changes that were the subject of heavy speculation. In particular, the capital gains inclusion rate will not increase and remains at 50 per cent.
Canada
3 Apr 2017
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2017 Federal Budget – Business Income Tax Measures
The Budget makes no changes to corporate tax rates. In addition, no changes are made to eligibility for the small business rate.
Canada
3 Apr 2017
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Tax Letters: 2017 Federal Budget Introduction
The Federal Government's 2017–18 Budget gives Canadians a taste of what they might expect over the next couple of years: attempted efficiencies, closed tax loopholes, steady deficits....
Canada
3 Apr 2017
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Alberta 2017 Budget
On March 16th, 2017, Alberta Finance Minister Joe Ceci announced the 2017 Alberta Budget.
Canada
23 Mar 2017
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2016 Canadian Federal Budget – Business Income Tax
The federal small business reduction will remain at 17.5 per cent for 2016 and subsequent taxation years, which provides for a federal small business tax rate of 10.5 per cent, down from 11.0 per cent in 2015.
Canada
23 May 2016
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Finance Minister Joe Ceci Announced The 2016 Alberta Budget
On April 14th, 2016, Alberta Finance Minister Joe Ceci announced the 2016 Alberta Budget. The Crowe MacKay Tax Team has summarized the highlights here.
Canada
20 Apr 2016
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Tax Letters: 2016 Canadian Federal Budget – Personal Tax Measures
The non-taxable Canada Child Benefit (CCB) will replace the Canada Child Tax Benefit (CCTB) and Universal Child Care Benefit (UCCB) assistance programs effective July 1, 2016.
Canada
4 Apr 2016
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Tax Letters: 2016 Canadian Federal Budget – Sales And Excise Tax Measures
The Budget proposes a number of GST/HST amendments.
Canada
1 Apr 2016
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Tax Letters: 2016 Canadian Federal Budget Introduction
When the new government said last year that it would return Canada to deficits, few expected the numbers to jump to nearly $30 billion this year and next and add $100 billion in debt over the next five years.
Canada
1 Apr 2016
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Tax Letters: 2016 Canadian Federal Budget – International
In the domestic context, section 84.1 is designed to prevent surplus stripping in non-arm's-length situations. The following broad example illustrates this provision.
Canada
1 Apr 2016
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Tax Letters: 2016 Canadian Federal Budget
The federal small business reduction will remain at 17.5 per cent for 2016 and subsequent taxation years, which provides for a federal small business tax rate of 10.5 per cent, down from 11.0 per cent in 2015. Of course, the provincial rate must be added to determine the actual rate.
Canada
1 Apr 2016
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CPA Canada Federal Budget Commentary 2015
Many businesses should benefit from the Government's promises, but small and medium businesses in particular have reasons to be happy.
Canada
23 Apr 2015
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