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The cost of living in major cities has been increasing at an alarming rate. And with the recent trade dispute between Canada and the US, we’re seeing everything, from groceries to gas prices, going up and up and up. With the prices of everything increasing, we need to take a look at all the small expenses that we spend on and see if we can save some money by avoiding them altogether. Remember, every little cent adds up! 1. Coffee. If you are one of those people who stop by at your local Starbucks and buy a $5 cup of coffee...
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On our last blog, we listed the highlights of the tax plan. In this blog, we’ll look into the details of these highlights. - A new Interactive Digital Media Tax Credit worth 25% of eligible labour costs: The new refundable tax credit was created to attract and retain employment and investment in a growing global industry. This tax credit will provide eligible interactive digital media companies with a benefit worth 25% of eligible labour costs incurred after April 1, 2018. - An extension of the Alberta investor Tax Credit and Capital Investment Tax Credit to 2021-22: The Alberta Investor Tax Credit...
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The Alberta Budget 2018 focuses on maintaining a competitive tax system to promote investment, economic diversification and make life more affordable for all Albertans. The 2018 tax plan’s highlights include: - A new Interactive Digital Media Tax Credit worth 25% of eligible labour costs.- An extension of the Alberta investor Tax Credit and Capital Investment Tax Credit to 2021-22.- Indexation of the personal income tax system, saving Albertans $65 million in 2018.- Holding the total amount collected from education property taxes steady at the 2017-2018 level.- Confirmation of the tax revenue collection mechanism for cannabis. Alberta Budget 2018 mentions that our...
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Last January 26th, 2018, the Department of Finance ended its public consultations for Budget 2018. During the public consultations, all Canadians were invited to provide their ideas and suggestions on how the Government can go about setting up the budget for the benefit of all Canadian families and individuals. This annual pre-budget consultations, according to the Department of Finance, reached more than 1.5 million Canadians and nearly 38,000 submissions and ideas were received. On February 13th, the Department of Finance, through Minister Morneau, announced in the House of Commons that the Government will table its federal budget on February 27, 2018.In...
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