New Tax Proposals: What Entrepreneurs & Small Business Owners Need to Know Webinar January 2018 On Monday Jan 22, 2018 Jason Skilnick of Collins Blay and Pat Legresley of the Smith School of Business conducted a free webinar for small business owners called “New Tax Proposals: What Entrepreneurs & Small Business Owners Need to Know”. A recording […]
July 18th, 2017 Proposed Tax Changes – Kingston Advocacy for Small Business Submission to the Department of Finance
July 18th, 2017 Proposed Tax Changes – Kingston Advocacy for Small Business Submission to the Department of Finance October 2017 The Partners of Collins Blay LLP want to share with you the attached submission and exhibits that was made to the Department of Finance on Monday October 2nd. The submission is in respect of the […]
Dear Mr. Gerretsen, Re: July 18th, 2017 Proposed Tax Reforms We write in response to the July 18th, 2017 tax reforms that have been proposed by The Rt. Honourable William Morneau.
On July 18th, 2017 the Minister of Finance released a paper and draft legislation to address three issues the government identified in Budget 2017.
Understanding deductions for union dues isn’t easy. This article outlines what you need to know about this process and how to make it work for you.
Our fifth annual charity golf event was held on Friday, July 22, 2016 at the Loyalist Country Club in Bath, Ontario. By all accounts, it was a great success and a wonderful day of golf in support of Kingston Interval House.
For retired Canadians, and those no longer paying a mortgage, the annual income tax bill can represent the single largest expenditure in their budgets.
While no one likes having to pay taxes, having those taxes paid “off the top” in such an automatic way is, relatively speaking, painless.
There’s little likelihood that the average Canadian taxpayer can fail to notice that it is, once again, registered retirement savings plan (RRSP) season.