What are some important payroll terms to know?Continue reading →
February is Time Management Month
If you’ve been struggling to meet deadlines or to get that extra bit of motivation to finish that project, here are some strategies that wouldn’t hurt to try:Continue reading →
Are you a small business owner? Are you planning on starting a small business?
Here are some tips that may help guide you if you’re feeling lost or stuck with your business:Continue reading →
With the holiday season finally here you may have more on your plate than usual between work commitments and quality family time. Here are a few ways to manage work-life balance around the holidays to make this a stress-free season:Continue reading →
The Canadian Revenue Agency (CRA) has recently updated their policy on which gifts and awards given from employers to employees will be eligible for taxation.
Cash or near-cash gifts or awards (most gift cards, prepaid credit cards, and digital currency such as bitcoin) are taxable.Continue reading →
At the beginning of the year, you submitted your estimated payroll for 2022 to the WCB. Your estimated payroll should be as accurate as possible.
Throughout the year, your business can experience changes that increase or decrease your annual payroll. If your payroll changes at any point in the year after you provide the WCB with your annual payroll estimate in February, you should update your payroll estimate so you can avoid unnecessary interest charges.Continue reading →
Individuals and business owners alike at some point would have likely authorized a person or an organization to access their CRA account.
Your authorized representative is a person, a group of people, or a business that you authorize to deal with the CRA for you, such as an accountant. a bookkeeper. your spouse or common-law partner. another family member.Continue reading →