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October 23, 2023 Event

Ten Year-End Tax & Finance Tips for Businesses and Business Owners – Live Webinar

Thursday, November 16th from 1:00pm-2:00pm CLICK HERE TO REGISTER The economic landscape has undergone a major shakeup over the past few years. Financial and tax strategies that once made financial sense for many businesses and business owners may no longer be the best
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March 29, 2023 Article

2023 Federal Budget Highlights & Commentary

On March 28, 2023, the Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister, the Honourable Chrystia Freeland, presented Budget 2023 to the House of Commons. Below we have summarized the key provisions of the budget. Click here to read our full analysis and commentary –
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November 17, 2022 Personal tax planning

2023-2024 Tax Facts for Ontario Residents

We’ve updated our Tax Facts for Ontario Residents document to include the new 2023 rates, as well as the 2022 rates. GGFL’s “go-to” Tax Facts sheet is a quick reference guide on Ontario tax rates, including corporate income, RRSP limits, prescribed
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October 18, 2022 Article

End-of-Year Tax Planning Tips

The end of the year is rapidly approaching, which commonly brings about a time when business owners reflect on taxes. There are a few considerations that owners can contemplate to help maximize tax efficiency. Below are some immediate things you can contemplate and
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September 28, 2022 Article

Tuition Savings Strategies for Business Owners

No matter how you slice it, paying for college or university tuition is costly. A 2018 survey of 23,000 students by MacLeans Magazine put the average annual cost of college or university at close to $20,000. For families with young children, the cost will only get
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August 24, 2022 Article

CRA Prescribed Rate Rising – What Does it Mean for You?

The impact of rising interest rates by the Bank of Canada are being felt in many places, including the Canada Revenue Agency. Effective October 1st, the CRA prescribed base interest rate will be rising to 3% (currently at 2%) for the fourth quarter of 2022. The
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