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|Posted on 8 December, 2020 at 13:15|
Changes to authorization validation for representatives over the telephone
In order to share confidential taxpayer information over the telephone with a representative, the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) validates that the person receiving this information is authorized on the taxpayer’s account. Therefore, as of January 2021, al...Read Full Post »
|Posted on 21 October, 2019 at 22:15|
|Posted on 21 October, 2019 at 20:35|
|Posted on 1 October, 2019 at 21:30|
A couple of friends asked me about the new company’s set up and how they do taxes pay.
I explained to them other day. I feel happy to share this information here below;
In general words, if you are self-employed, CRA consider that you have a business. If you have a business by yourself, you are considered as a sole proprietorship. If you have a business with a partner, then you have a partnership.
For income tax purposes, CRA define a busin...Read Full Post »
|Posted on 1 October, 2019 at 20:50|
三种常见的公司结构类型：1. 独立个人；2. 合作伙伴；3. 股份制
这三种类型中， 以第一种最容易成立无繁琐过程，如果是自雇 无雇佣他人 可以Ű...Read Full Post »
|Posted on 30 June, 2014 at 3:10|
Gift tax issue
In general saying, there is no gift tax in Canada. If you give the gift of cash, as per Revenue Canada Agency Miscellaneous Receipts NO: IT-334R2 section 4. Amounts received as gifts, which is, voluntary transfers of real or personal property without consideration, are not subject to tax in the hands of the recipient. Therefore gift of cash has no tax implications except that if the gift is made to your spouse, or to a child who is a minor, the "attribution rules" may hav...Read Full Post »
|Posted on 25 June, 2014 at 1:05|
Generally, GST/HST registrants have to collect the GST/HST on all taxable (other than zero-rated) supplies of goods and services they provide to their customers. You do not charge GST/HST on these zero-rated supplies. But you may claim ITC on these purchases.
Exempt supplies – are supplies of property and services that are not subject to the GST/HST. GST/HST registrants cannot claim input tax credits to recover the GST/HST paid or payable on expenses related to making exempt suppl...Read Full Post »
|Posted on 25 June, 2014 at 1:00|
Important change to T1135 Foreign Income Verification Statement, must be filed by:
• Canadian resident individuals, corporations, and trusts that, at any time during the year, own foreign investment property (called specified foreign property) costing more than $100,000; and
• partnerships that hold more than $100,000 in foreign investment property and whose non-resident members' share of income or loss is less than 90% during the reporting period
please link to ...Read Full Post »
|Posted on 20 June, 2014 at 18:45|
One of my friends asked me about Canadian tax system, I put this information here to share with you and any those who wants to know.
Canada tax system
As a resident of Canada for income tax purposes for part or all of a tax year (January 1 to December 31),special for the newcomer, which is their first tax year in Canada, you must file a tax return if you:
• owe tax; or
• want to claim a refund.
What income must you report?
If y...Read Full Post »
|Posted on 15 June, 2014 at 2:45|
Question: how to claim a refund of a tax withholding from gambling winnings in the US?
The information below applies to Canadian residents who are not US citizens & are not US residents:
Gambling winnings from US are not taxable in Canada under Tax-treaty. So you do not have to report this type income in Canadian tax return, and do not claim a deduction or credit of this Tax withholding neither. But Gambling winnings are totally taxable in the US, usually subjec...Read Full Post »