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Live Webinar on Wednesday, November 21st - GST/HST issues related to residential properties. Yes, we are going to talk about building and renovatind residential properties and the GST/HST implications. Register now.
HE CHANGES CONTINUE ... March 1st, 2018 the voluntary disclosure program for GST and HST changed
ATTENTION: The Ontario large business recaptured input tax credit was phased-out on July 1, 2018. Current newsletters: New newsletters will be coming before the end of the year.1 - Changes for 20182 - Taxable Benefit Time
It will be a happier 2018 due to changes to CRA's social events policy.
Beginning in 2018, the Social Event Threshold will IncreaseIf you provide a free party or other social event to all your employees and the cost is $150 per person or less, it is not considered to be a taxable benefit. Additional costs such as transportation home, taxi fare, and overnight accommodation are not included in the $150 per person amount. If the cost of the party is greater than $150 per person, the entire amount, including the additional costs, is a taxable benefit. ---- Live webinars are back Live webinars are happening the 3rd Wednesday of each monthClick here to view the current offering and to register
The fall CPA Ontario schedule has included GST/HST courses for 2018.
To register go to the CPA PD event registration portal and search "gaudon" for all th courses I am presenting.
Other changes to the GST/HST... On June 27, the CRA announced proposed new rules to have purchasers of carbon emission allowances self assess the GST or HST.
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