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What Ontario’s Fall 2019 economic update means for your business

The business community in Ontario just received a modest, yet business-friendly, tax reduction courtesy of Doug Ford’s Progressive Conservative government. The move is a step towards achieving balanced budget while looking to encourage economic activity within the province Specifically, Wednesday’s Fall Economic Statement announced proposals to reduce the small business Corporate Income Tax rate to

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The business community in Ontario just received a modest, yet business-friendly, tax reduction courtesy of Doug Ford’s Progressive Conservative government. The move is a step towards achieving balanced budget while looking to encourage economic activity within the province Specifically, Wednesday’s Fall Economic Statement announced proposals to reduce the small business Corporate Income Tax rate to

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After outcry from entrepreneurs, federal budget introduces watered-down passive income rules

  Owners of small and medium-sized businesses across Canada can finally breathe a sigh of relief. For the most part, they’ve won this round in the ongoing fight with the federal government to halt contentious tax reforms for corporations. Indeed, the 2018 federal budget will be remembered for what it didn’t do, rather than introducing

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  Owners of small and medium-sized businesses across Canada can finally breathe a sigh of relief. For the most part, they’ve won this round in the ongoing fight with the federal government to halt contentious tax reforms for corporations. Indeed, the 2018 federal budget will be remembered for what it didn’t do, rather than introducing

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2016 Federal Budget Commentary

Key themes from the 2016 federal budget: Economic growth, job creation and a strong middle class When the new government said last year that it would return Canada to deficits, few expected the numbers to jump to nearly $30 billion this year and next, adding $100 billion in debt over the next five years. But

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Key themes from the 2016 federal budget: Economic growth, job creation and a strong middle class When the new government said last year that it would return Canada to deficits, few expected the numbers to jump to nearly $30 billion this year and next, adding $100 billion in debt over the next five years. But

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