Canada Revenue Agency is Upgrading Security to Protect Taxpayers

Unless you’ve been on a deserted island or under a rock for a while, you probably remember the uproar that the Heartbleed bug caused when it came to light in the spring of 2014. With the continual increase of internet connectivity worldwide, the threat… Continue reading

What’s New with CRA for the 2014 Tax Year – November 16th Webinar

TaxTron kicked off its 2014 webinar series with a look at upcoming changes from Canada Revenue Agency for 2014 and beyond. Geared towards the tax professional with over 50 registrants, this was one of our most popular webinar sessions ever, and we'd like to... Continue reading

It’s Autumn, and There’s Tax Savings in the Air… For Some

You’ve probably heard a lot in the last few weeks about the new Family Tax Cut. Heck, we post a blog on the subject already. So the question you’re no doubt asking is: how does it work exactly, and is there anything else from… Continue reading

Income Splitting for Families Announced by Federal Government

The Conservative government announced an income-splitting tax break for parents last Thursday.The measure will allow the higher-earning parent of children up to 18 years of age to transfer as much as $50,000 of income to the lower-earning spouse for tax purposes.

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