The tax deadline is quickly approaching. Are you prepared?
Time is running out to take advantage of the First-Time Donor’s Super Credit on donations up to $1,000.
It was standing room only as more than 400 people squeezed into the Best Western Hotel & Conference Centre for a Town Hall Meeting to discuss Federal tax changes proposed by the government in July. Prime Minister [...]
Lowered Electricity Bills, Free Drugs & Rental Caps. What Else Does The Ontario Budget Mean For You?
Ontario’s books have been in the red for almost a decade. The new $141 billion Provincial Budget puts us back in the black, although it doesn’t solve the debt problem.
Think about the significant contributions that Canada's registered charities make to Canadians and people around the world.
Canada is an open and free democracy and citizens have the right to freely express their opinions on the constitution, taxes, or any other issue. The Canada Revenue Agency is concerned, however, “that individuals who mistakenly confuse opinions [...]
The Ontario government tabled a 346-page budget Thursday. According to Brad Sinclair, CPA, CA, from Millards Chartered Professional Accountants the 2016 budget contains bold promises and as well as some some small tax changes. Brad Sinclair CPA, [...]
How long should individuals and businesses hold onto their books and records? Ron Sciannella CPA, CA, CMA, LPA, CBV of Millard’s Chartered Professional Accountants says that it depends on the nature of the records and the status of the [...]
In part 1 of this article, Millards Chartered Professional Accountants presented the tax related changes which have already been introduced into legislation by the Federal Liberal Party. The party have also proposed a significant number of other upcoming [...]
An Executor is a legal term referring to the individual named by the writer of a will to carry out the directions contained in that will. Brad Sinclair CPA, CA from Millards Chartered Accountants in Brantford [...]