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Canadian Taxation

Federal Budget 2016 – Crib Notes

March 25, 2016 | 0 Comments

Canada: Federal Budget 2016 — A Focus On The Middle Class And Continued Scrutiny Of Corporate Tax Avoidance SMALL BUSINESS Small Business Rate “The 2015 Federal Budget (Budget 2015) had announced a reduction of the...

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The week in tweets – January 24, 2014

January 24, 2014 | 0 Comments

  I’ve decided to make Friday’s my “The Week in Tweets”, posting some of the interesting news items I’ve tweeted on in the last week. January 23, 2014 “MSNBC interrupts Congresswoman for report on Justin...

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Gone Phishing

January 21, 2014 | 0 Comments

   I just got the following email in my mailbox: Our Customer, You have (1) Unread Secured Message ! Sign-In-eBanking Thank you for helping us to protect you. RBC Royal Bank Online So for today’s...

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Today’s article relates to question #4 on the 2013 Personal Income Tax Questionnaire sent to clients. DO YOU HAVE A BUSINESS? This article is an attempt to give you an overview of certain aspects of reporting self-employment income.  ...

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BC Law Society warns lawyers about Ransomware

December 23, 2013 | 0 Comments

Apparently 2 law firms in BC were hit with Cryptolocker Ransomware. Cryptolocker Ransomware Alert “Cryptolocker uses a dual key (public/private) encryption method, which means that unencrypting  the files is impossible without the private key. This...

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The Pink Ghetto

December 21, 2013 | 0 Comments

Canada’s gender pay gap: Who is to blame? “It’s hard to believe pay equity is still a goal to be reached in a developed country such as Canada.”  Very true. “The gender pay gap is...

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A: They both like HAPPY HOUR!! Happy hour, kids in pubs should be allowed, B.C. premier says “B.C. Premier Christy Clark says her government is in favour of huge changes to the province’s liquor laws,...

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Canadian Taxation

Government created Generational War

December 11, 2013 | 0 Comments

Support For Government Plummets; CPP The Reason “In addition, 71% of members say the current government doesn’t deserve power if it doesn’t increase CPP contributions and benefits, and the most common reason cited by members...

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