The Path to Business Ownership – An Accountant’s Viewpoint – Part 4

The Path to Business Ownership – An Accountant’s Viewpoint – Part 4 »

3 Jan, 2017
Accounting

The Path to Business Ownership – An Accountant’s Viewpoint – Part 4 Incorporation – when and how does it come into play?

The Path to Business Ownership – Part 3

The Path to Business Ownership – Part 3 »

30 Nov, 2016
Accounting

The Path to Business Ownership – An Accountant’s Viewpoint – Part 3 Thinking about a Start-up Company – Part 2

In last

The Path to Business Ownership

The Path to Business Ownership »

31 Oct, 2016
Accounting

The path to business ownership – an Accountant’s viewpoint 

 

Part 2

In last month’s article, we discussed the merits of purchasing an

The path to business ownership – an Accountant’s viewpoint

The path to business ownership – an Accountant’s viewpoint »

1 Oct, 2016
Accounting

The path to business ownership – an Accountant’s viewpoint

Have you long been thinking of either starting a business or expanding your existing

Tax Tips for Working Professionals.

Tax Tips for Working Professionals. »

17 Apr, 2016
Accounting

Three Tax Tips for Working Professionals in B.C. 1.  Is my regular income from tips and gratuities considered taxable income?

Income received by

Tax Tips

Tax Tips »

23 Mar, 2016
Accounting

What kind of expenses can I claim?

Here are two expenses that you can claim on your income tax return:

Automobile

Employee or Independent Contractor

Employee or Independent Contractor »

29 Jan, 2016
Accounting

Are you an employee or an independent contractor?

The crucial question of whether a worker is in an employee-employer relationship or in a

Buying and Selling a Business

Buying and Selling a Business »

12 Jan, 2016
Accounting

Buying and Selling a Business

There are several things to consider when buying or selling a business, in particular, due diligence and business

TFSA are you one of the 38%?

TFSA are you one of the 38%? »

27 Nov, 2015
Accounting

A recent article in the Globe and Mail stated that 62% of Canadians had yet to open a Tax-free Savings Account (“TFSA”) by

E-commerce Reporting

E-commerce Reporting »

4 Nov, 2015
Accounting

In recent years, the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) has become increasingly concerned about income generated through e-commerce on the internet, and more specifically,