It was a visit to the Norfolk County Fair that finally convinced Charlene Smith Mitchell that Simcoe felt like home. Growing up an hour south of Ottawa in Cardinal, population 1,000, Charlene loved the charm and chemistry of [...]
As 2017 draws to a close, Canadian businesses are making plans to celebrate another year with their employees and clients. The end of the year is also a good time for companies to review their fiscal plan for minimizing tax. Here are 4 year-end tax tips that offer timely tax advice for Canadian companies.
Millards Chartered Professional Accountants is co-hosting a Town Hall Meeting with Brant MP Phil McColeman and Chamber of Commerce Brantford-Brant to explain the proposed Federal Tax Changes. The meeting on September 25th at the Best Western Brant Park Inn is an opportunity to learn about the new tax proposal as well as share your feedback with our local Member Of Parliament.
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.
Scott Klein, CPA, CA, LPA and Partner at Millards Chartered Professional Accountants in Brantford says that you must file your 2017 tax return by April 30th… sort of.
Students launching into a new school season face the upcoming year with both excitement and trepidation. In addition to their scholastic challenges, many students are dealing with financial and taxation issues for the first time. It’s important that [...]
Life is more challenging for people who have a severe and prolonged impairment, in physical or mental functions. These people often have extra expenses that other taxpayers don’t. The Canadian Disability Tax Credit (known as the DTC) helps [...]
The 2016 Federal Budget was tabled yesterday by Finance Minister Bill Morneau. The budget projects big deficits over the next five years in exchange for infrastructure investment and a tax reduction for the middle class. Millards Chartered Professional [...]
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 [...]