Business

Apprenticeship Job Creation Tax Credit Qualifications

2018-06-07T13:05:41+00:00

The Apprenticeship Job Creation Tax Credit (AJCTC) is a non-refundable tax credit equal to 10{cae2521f64dcff784c511b644c6cc8c98f9594c79acdd41ba953a724385391e5} of the eligible salaries and wages payable to eligible apprentices in respect of employment after May 1, 2006. The maximum credit an employer can claim is $2,000 per year for each eligible apprentice. If your business hires an eligible apprentice, you qualify to claim the credit. Determining if the apprentice is

Apprenticeship Job Creation Tax Credit Qualifications2018-06-07T13:05:41+00:00

Options for Business with Tax Debt

2017-05-17T14:54:10+00:00

Does your business owe taxes to the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA)? Ignoring your tax debt isn’t the best strategy. Avoiding payment could result in financial and legal consequences for you and your business. The CRA charges interest at the prescribed rate compounded daily on debts owing until they are paid in full. Pay your

Options for Business with Tax Debt2017-05-17T14:54:10+00:00

Does Your Business Have Employees Aged 60 to 70?

2013-12-11T09:24:22+00:00

Did you know? Changes to the way you deduct Canada Pension Plan (CPP) contributions for your employees aged 60 to 70 came into effect in January 2012. Employees working in Quebec and other workers not subject to the CPP are not affected by these changes. CPP deductions for employees aged 60 to 70 You have

Does Your Business Have Employees Aged 60 to 70?2013-12-11T09:24:22+00:00

Registration Opens for Innovative New Business Model

2013-07-29T11:01:03+00:00

VICTORIA - Companies now can register to become a Community Contribution Company (CCC or C3), a new business model for British Columbians who value a balance of social responsibility and profit, Minister of Finance Michael de Jong announced today. Regulations for the C3 business model are now in effect. Designed to bridge the gap between

Registration Opens for Innovative New Business Model2013-07-29T11:01:03+00:00

The Hiring Credit for Small Business Extendeds

2013-01-23T13:34:16+00:00

Did you know? The Government of Canada has extended the Hiring Credit for Small Business (HCSB) for 2012. The 2011 federal budget created the HCSB to create jobs, grow the economy and support small businesses. If you are self-employed, you may be eligible for the hiring credit for small business. This credit gives small businesses

The Hiring Credit for Small Business Extendeds2013-01-23T13:34:16+00:00

Expert Panel on Business Taxation delivers final report

2012-09-17T21:33:57+00:00

VICTORIA - The Expert Panel on Business Taxation has submitted its report on B.C.'s Business Tax Competitiveness to Finance Minister Michael de Jong.de Jong has asked the Select Standing Committee on Finance and Government Services to include the report in the committee's annual provincewide budget consultation process this fall. The expert panel was tasked with

Expert Panel on Business Taxation delivers final report2012-09-17T21:33:57+00:00