CPP contribution rates, maximums and exemptions 2021 Important notice! Changes to the rules for deducting Canada Pension Plan (CPP) contributions.Continue reading “CPP Annual Update – 2021”
Recent changes to the Policies and Information Manual Date of distribution: January 5, 2021 TRANSMITTAL SHEET No: 01 – 2021Continue reading “WCB Changes – 2021 part 1”
There are many ways for small businesses to legally reduce their income taxes in Canada. This guide offers some ofContinue reading “Small Business Tax Strategies – Reduce Income Tax (2020)”
If you own a business, you know about risk and opportunity. Compared to many people, you’re willing to take more personal and financial risk in order to gain more personal and financial opportunity. It’s a trade-off that can be highly rewarding.
This video is about everything to do with Year End Prep! Either you run a Sole Proprietorship or you runContinue reading “Year End Prep Essentials”
This video is about how to pay yourself. Either you run a Sole Proprietorship or you run an Incorporated Business.Continue reading “How do I pay myself?”
This video is about Incorporating & GST 101 Find the resources here: 1. https://www.facebook.com/notes/danielles-sos-bookkeeping-services-ltd/self-employed-taxes-4-key-questions-to-ask-yourself-before-filing/2123582564630997/ 2. https://www.facebook.com/notes/danielles-sos-bookkeeping-services-ltd/does-your-small-business-need-a-gst-number/2123572067965380/
Unless you run an accounting practice, there is a very good chance that you didn’t start your business with hopesContinue reading “Signs you need to hire a small business accountant”
One of the most exciting things about managing a small business on your own is the ability to be in control of every operation.