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Canadian_Retirement

Increase in CPP is a tax on employers

December 9, 2013 | 0 Comments

  How we might double CPP pensions “Of course, this would be accompanied by a proportional increase in premiums.” Off course it would. The reality is that all government funding is paid for with tax...

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Canadian Taxation

Employee tax breaks broke

December 5, 2013 | 0 Comments

  A little bit of false advertising with the title Tax breaks for employees: Eight strategies that can save you money. “1. Reduce your tax deductions at source“ Reducing your tax deductions at source does...

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Question: I work for a contractor and I install drywall.   I work specific hours and on specific jobs but I am paid as if I am self-employed.  I do provide my own tools but I...

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Question and Answers

Questions and Answers – Employment expenses

February 26, 2013 | 0 Comments

Question: A friend told me I could use my company to save tax personally.  The idea is that I lease a vehicle from my company, deduct the cost of leasing the vehicle from my employment earnings and pay less...

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