Coming Soon: Taxing the Pandemic

This article is from the quarterly Canadian Overview, a newsletter produced by the Canadian member firms of Moore North America. These articles are meant to pursue our mission of being the best partner in your success by keeping you aware of the latest business news. As reported on CBC.ca:  “The federal government’s latest projection of […]

COVID-19: The Government Significantly Extends and Expands the Canadian Emergency Wage Subsidy (CEWS) to Apply to More Businesses

On July 17th 2020, the Government responded to recent feedback received from public consultation and addressed many of the concerns with the previous iteration of the Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy (CEWS) program (referred to as “CEWS 1.0”) by significantly revising the program (referred to as “CEWS 2.0”) by: Extending the program to December 19th 2020, […]

US Treasury Delays April 15 Tax Deadline by 90 Days

The US Internal Revenue Services (IRS) have provided commentary confirming action items the statement released on March 18th, 2020. Key-points to note: US income tax payment deadlines for individuals, trusts and estates have been automatically extended to July 15, 2020, for up to $1 million of 2019 tax due, For C Corporations, income tax payment […]

Canada’s COVID-19 Economic Response Plan – Additional Resources

Read the follow-up article to this for the most up-to-date information: COVID-19: Economic Response Plan – Legislative Update Key-Points for Business and Individuals: In-Depth onto the March 18th Comments Note: The preceding information is for educational purposes only. As it is impossible to include all situations, circumstances and exceptions in a newsletter such as this, a […]

Tips for Planning Your Year-End

The new year brings new changes and new ideas; if you’re planning on incorporating or starting a business as a sole proprietor here is some advice to consider for planning an effective year-end. Plan in Accordance with Your Highs and Lows If your business is seasonal or cyclical, you’ll ideally want to establish a year-end […]

Why Talking To The CRA Can Give You A Tax Headache

Many taxpayers receive requests for information from the Canada Revenue Agency.  Often the requests are for something simple, like supporting documents for your claim for charitable donations or medical expenses.  But sometimes, the requests are in the form of a lengthy questionnaire, a request for a meeting, or perhaps a telephone call[1].  You may be […]