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AB - Interest Rates - 2016 The province of Alberta levies and pays interest on underpayments and overpayments of tax at rates prescribed by statute and set at the beginning of each calendar quarter. The rates to be levied and p... AB - Alberta Finance issues Special Notice re: plans for mail disruption The Alberta Tax and Revenue Administration has issued a Special Notice for taxpayers, outlining the filing and payment procedures which will be in effect should there be a mail disruption as of July 2... AB - Changes to Alberta Employment Tax Credit effective July 1 As previously announced, changes will be made to the province’s Family Employment Tax Credit, effective as of July 1, 2016. Those changes will expand the number of families in the province eligi... 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AB - Province to provide new investor tax credit The province has announced that a new Alberta Investor Tax Credit (AITC) will be introduced, in order to encourage investment in small and medium-sized businesses in non-traditional sectors. The AITC... AB - Budget includes small business tax cut The 2016-17 Alberta Budget included an announcement of a cut in the province’s small business corporate income tax rate. As of January 1, 2017, that rate will be reduced from 3% to 2%, meaning t... AB - Province to provide low-interest loans for seniors’ home renovations The provincial government has announced that a low-interest home equity loan program will be made available to Alberta seniors. That program will provide financing to allow senior homeowners to make e... 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TRA will continue ... AB - Fiscal update for third quarter of 2015-16 released The fiscal update for the third quarter of 2015-16 which was recently released by the province indicates that the province will run a deficit of $6.3 billion for 2015-16. Total revenue for that fisca... AB - Province issues updated guide to Alberta corporate income tax return Alberta Treasury and Finance has updated and re-issued its guide to the provincial Corporate Income Tax Return. The updated guide, which can be found at www.finance.alberta.ca/publications/tax_rebates... AB - Province issues updates to provincial fuel tax publications The Alberta Treasury Board and Finance has updated and re-issued a number of its publications relating to the province’s fuel tax regime. The updated and re-issued publications are as follows: ... AB - Province launches consultation process for 2016-17 Budget The provincial government has announced the start of the consultation process leading up to the release of Alberta’s 2016-17 Budget. That consultation process will be carried out largely by mea... AB - Province to adopt recommendations of Royalty Review Advisory Panel The provincial government has announced that it will be adopting the recommendations put forward by its Royalty Review Advisory Panel with respect to the province’s royalty structure for the ene... AB - Insurance premiums tax to increase April 1, 2016 The province imposes an Insurance Premiums Tax on premiums receivable by an insurer. Currently the tax rates are 2% on premiums receivable on contracts of life, accident, and sickness insurance, and 3... AB - 2016 Personal Tax Credit Amounts For the 2016 tax year, the province will provide the following non-refundable tax credit amounts. Basic personal amount …………………………... AB - 2016 Individual Tax Rates and Brackets The tax rates and brackets which will apply to individual taxpayers in Alberta for the 2016 tax year are as follows. $0 to $125,000 – 10% $125,001 to $150,000 – 12% &n... AB - Province announces TRA holiday closure dates for 2015-16 The Alberta Tax and Revenue Administration has announced that its offices will be closed from Thursday December 24, 2015 to Friday January 1, 2016, inclusive. Information on filing and remittance date... AB - Interest Rates - 2016 The province of Alberta levies and pays interest on underpayments and overpayments of tax at rates prescribed by statute and set at the beginning of each calendar quarter. The rates to be levied and p... AB - Provincial insurance premiums tax to increase As announced in the recent provincial budget, Alberta’s insurance premiums tax will be increased, effective as of April 1, 2016. The province’s Insurance Premiums Tax is imposed on premiu... AB - Province to implement carbon tax in 2017 On November 22, the provincial government announced its overall climate change strategy, and that strategy includes the implementation of a carbon tax. A carbon price will be applied across all ... AB - Province to provide new Alberta Child Benefit Beginning in July 2016, a new Alberta Child Benefit will be provided to qualifying families in the province. Recipients will receive the new benefit—which is not taxable—four times a year,... AB - Budget includes increases in tobacco and liquor taxes As part of the recent 2015-16 Budget, the province imposed increases in both tobacco and liquor taxes, with both increases taking effect on October 28, 2015. As of that date, tobacco taxes were incre... AB - Province announces Job Creation Incentive Program A new program recently announced by the province will provide grants to employers who create net new jobs in the province on or after January 1, 2016. Grants under the Job Creation Incentive Program ... AB - 2015-16 Budget released The first budget of the recently elected government of Alberta was brought down on October 27. That budget calls for the province to run a $6.1 billion deficit for the current (2015-16) fiscal year, w... AB - Public input sought on review of condominium legislation The provincial government is undertaking a review of consumer protection rules governing condominium corporations in Alberta. As part of that review, public input on proposed changes is being sought t... AB - Provincial minimum wage increase in effect Effective as of October 1, the provincial minimum wage was increased from $10.20 to $11.20 per hour. The liquor server minimum wage was also increased, from $9.20 to $10.70 per hour. The changes repr... AB - Province announces 2015-16 Budget date Alberta Finance has announced that the province’s 2015-16 Budget will be brought down on Tuesday October 27, 2015. The budget date announcement, which includes a summary of the province’s... AB - Personal income tax changes take effect on October 1 Effective October 1, 2015, the province will return to a graduated personal income tax system, in which the tax rate levied will rise as taxable income increases. The pro-rated rates and tax brackets... AB - Interest Rates - 2015 The province of Alberta levies and pays interest on underpayments and overpayments of tax at rates prescribed by statute and set at the beginning of each calendar quarter. The rates to be levied and p... AB - Tuition and mandatory fee freeze effective September 2015 The government of Alberta has made three changes to tuition and other mandatory fees levied on post-secondary students in the province, and those changes take effect as of September 2015. The first c... AB - September 14 deadline for input on upcoming budgets The government of Alberta will be bringing down a budget for the 2014-15 fiscal year this fall, followed by a budget for 2015-16, to be released next spring. The provincial government has sought inpu... AB - First quarter results for 2015-16 announced The Alberta Minister of Finance has released fiscal results for the first three months of the province’s 2015-16 year. The figures show an increase of $456 million in costs for disaster assista... AB - Province issues new IFTA registration form The province of Alberta participates in the International Fuel Tax Agreement (IFTA), an agreement among American states and Canadian jurisdictions that enables uniform collection and distribution of f... AB - Consultation process announced for 2015 and 2016 provincial Budgets The recently elected government of Alberta announced that it would be bringing down its first (2015-16) Budget in the fall of 2015. A subsequent budget for 2016-17 will be announced in the spring of 2... AB - Increase to Family Employment Tax Credit effective July 1 Alberta provides a Family Employment Tax Credit for working families living in the province who have children under the age of 18. The amount of the credit is based on family size and income, and is i... AB - New corporate tax income tax return forms issued As of July 1, 2015, the provincial corporate tax rate increased from 10% to 12%. The provincial government has issued a corporate tax return form which reflects the rate change, and the new form can b... AB - Proposed health care contribution levy cancelled The government of Alberta has announced that the proposed health care contribution levy which was announced earlier this year by the previous government has been withdrawn. The health care contributi... AB - Province releases details of proposed tax changes for 2015 The Alberta government has introduced legislation to implement personal and corporate tax rate changes, effective for the 2015 tax year. The corporate tax change is an increase in the general corpora... AB - Fall budget to include corporate and personal tax changes In the Speech from the Throne announced on June 15, the recently elected provincial government indicated that it will be bringing down a budget this fall. The government also indicated that the upcom... AB - Interest Rates - 2015 The province of Alberta levies and pays interest on underpayments and overpayments of tax at rates prescribed by statute and set at the beginning of each calendar quarter. The rates to be levied and p... AB - October 1 target date for increase in provincial minimum wage The provincial government has announced that it will be holding consultations with respect to the province’s minimum wage, with the intent of increasing that minimum wage effective October 1, 20... AB - Province posts information on e-payment for businesses Alberta Treasury Board and Finance has posted updated information on its website outlining the various means by which businesses in the province can make payments of corporate income tax or commodity ... AB - User fees to increase effective July 1, 2015 As of July 1, 2015, user fees charged to provincial residents for a number of frequently used provincial government services will increase. The changes include increased fees for the issuance of birth... AB - Personal tax rate increases to take effect in 2016 Effective as of the 2016 tax year, Alberta’s current flat personal income tax rate will be changed to provide for increased tax rates payable by higher income earners. The province currently im... AB - New information available on online TEFU renewals for 2015 Earlier this year, the provincial government announced that all future Tax Exempt Fuel User (TEFU) renewals would be carried out online, and that paper renewals would no longer be available. Current T... AB - 2015 Personal Tax Credit Amounts For the 2015 tax year, the province will provide the following non-refundable tax credit amounts. Basic personal amount …………………………... AB - 2015 Individual Tax Rates and Brackets For 2015, the provincial tax rate applicable to all personal taxable income for Alberta remains at 10%. The province of Alberta does not impose a personal income tax surtax.... Upcoming CRA webinars on employee benefits The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) has announced that it will be holding a series of free webinars on specified topics relating to employee taxable benefits. The current schedule for those webinars is as... Prescribed leasing interest rates for August and September The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) has announced the prescribed interest rates for leasing which will apply for the months of August and September 2016. Those rates are 2.67% and 2.60%, respectively. A ... CRA issues updated application form for Taxpayer Relief Program An updated application form has been issued by the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) for taxpayers who want to make an application for relief from interest or penalties imposed by the Minister of Revenue. ... No change in inflation rate for June The most recent release of Statistics Canada’s Consumer Price Index indicates that the 1.5% inflation rate for the month of June 2016 matched the gain recorded for the month of May. Both figures... NETFILE still available for filing of returns for 2015 The benefit year for many federal and provincial tax credit and benefit programs (including the new Canada Child Benefit and the harmonized sales tax/goods and services tax credit) runs from July 2016... Changeover to Canada Child Benefit effective July 20 Canadian families that have children under the age of 18 will notice a difference in their federal government child benefit starting in July. As of this month, the existing Canada Child Tax Benefit (C... Bank of Canada leaves interest rates unchanged In its regularly scheduled interest rate announcement made on July 12, the Bank of Canada indicated that no change was needed to current interest rates. Accordingly, the bank rate remains at 0.75%. I... Small decline in unemployment rate in June The most recent release of Statistics Canada’s Labour Force Survey shows a 0.1% decline in the overall unemployment rate for the month of June, from 6.9% to 6.8%.The lower unemployment rate was ... Prescribed interest rates for leasing rules The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) has announced the prescribed monthly interest rates for leasing rules which will apply during the months of July and August 2016. Those rates are as follows: July &nda... Delivery of federal benefit cheques during postal outage The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) has posted a notice on its website indicating that postal delivery of the Canada Child Benefit will continue during any upcoming postal service disruption. Specifically... Online mail available to GST/HST and T2 online filers The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) has announced that businesses that file GST/HST returns using NETFILE and corporations which EFILE T2 returns can sign up for online mail when doing so. Where a GST/HS... Agreement in principle reached to expand Canada Pension Plan The federal government and a majority of the provinces have reached an agreement in principle to expand the Canada Pension Plan. Changes made by that agreement would begin to be phased in as of Janua... Inflation rate down slightly for May The most recent release of Statistics Canada’s Consumer Price Index shows that the inflation rate decreased slightly during the month of May, from the 1.7% recorded during the month of April, to... Prescribed interest rates for 2016 The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) has announced the interest rates that will apply to amounts owed to and by the federal government for the first three quarters of 2016, as well as the rates&n... E-file available for reporting of foreign property holdings by corporations The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) has announced that corporations can now e-file Form T1135, Foreign Income Verification Statement. That form must be filed by any Canadian resident who owns foreign prop... Small decline in unemployment rate recorded for May The most recent release of Statistics Canada’s Labour Force Survey indicates that the unemployment rate recorded for the month of May declined by 0.2%, to 6.9%. That decline was the result of an... Upcoming tax filing deadline for self-employed taxpayers Self-employed taxpayers and their spouses are required to file their individual income tax returns for the 2015 tax year on or before Wednesday June 15, 2016. While such taxpayers have until June 15 ... CRA issues source deduction formulas to take effect July 1, 2016 A number of tax rate and credit changes, both federal and provincial, will take effect on July 1, 2016. As well, tax changes which were announced this year to take effect as from January 1, 2016 will ... Canada Child Benefit payments to commence July 2016 As announced in this year’s federal Budget, a new tax-free Canada Child Benefit (CCB) will be introduced in July 2016, and will replace the Canada Child Tax Benefit (CCTB) and the Universal Chil... Bank of Canada leaves interest rates unchanged In its regularly scheduled interest rate announcement made on May 25, 2016, the Bank of Canada indicated that, in its view, no change was needed to current interest rates. Accordingly, the bank rate r... Updated application form issued for reduction in Old Age Security tax Canadians who receive Old Age Security benefits and have net income over $73,756 (after all necessary adjustments) may be subject to the OAS recovery tax, or “clawback”. Where there has be... Increase in inflation rate recorded for April The most recent release of Statistics Canada’s Consumer Price Index shows that the rate of inflation rose by 1.7% during the month of April, as compared to the 1.3% increase recorded for March 2... Upcoming changes to employer payroll deductions statements As part of its overall redesign of external correspondence, the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) has made changes to the PD7A Statement of Account for Current Source Deductions, which is sent to employers ... New payroll deduction formulas issued by the CRA The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) has released the payroll deduction formulas for income tax, Canada Pension Plan contributions, and Employment Insurance levies which will be in effect as of July 1, 201... No change in unemployment rate for April The most recent release of Statistics Canada’s Labour Force Survey indicates that there was little change in overall unemployment during the month of April 2016, as the unemployment rate remaine... Federal government to provide matching program for wildfire relief donations The federal government has announced that it is providing a matching program for qualifying charitable donations made to the Red Cross for relief efforts related to the Fort McMurray wildfire. The pr... Federal government fiscal results for February released The revenue and expenditure figures for the federal government for the month of February 2016 and the year-to-date figures for 2015-16 have been released by Finance Canada. Those figures show that th... Prescribed interest rates for leasing rules The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) has announced the prescribed monthly interest rates for leasing rules which will apply during the second quarter of 2016. Those rates are as follows: April — 2... Little change in inflation rate for March The most recent release of Statistics Canada’s Consumer Price Index shows that there was relatively little change in the inflation rate recorded for March 2016. The CPI rose 1.3% in March, as me... May 2 deadline for payment of all personal income taxes owed for 2015 The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) has issued a notice reminding taxpayers that the due date for payment of all personal income taxes owed for the 2015 tax year is Monday May 2, 2016. That date is also ... Volunteer tax return preparation services available During each tax filing season, a number of volunteer tax return preparation clinics are provided to assist taxpayers in the preparation and filing of their returns. A listing of such clinics currentl... Unemployment rate down slightly in March The most recent release of Statistics Canada’s Labour Force Survey indicates that the overall unemployment rate dropped slightly during the month of March, from 7.3% to 7.1%. Employment increas... Prescribed interest rates for 2016 The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) has announced the interest rates that will apply to amounts owed to and by the federal government for the first half of 2016, as well as the rates that w... Bank of Canada leaves interest rates unchanged In its regularly scheduled interest rate announcement made on April 13, the Bank of Canada indicated that in its view, no change is needed to current interest rates. Accordingly, the bank rate remains... Changes to CRA correspondence with taxpayers The Minister of National Revenue has announced that changes have been and will be made to notices and correspondence sent by the Canada Revenue Agency to taxpayers. Starting in February 2016, the CRA... CRA provides extended hours for taxpayer enquiries line As it does during each tax filing season, the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) has extended the hours of service for its Individual Income Tax Enquiries Line. Until Monday May 2, 2016, that line will be av... Making a tax payment for 2015 taxes For all individual taxpayers, the deadline for payment of any outstanding balance of taxes owed for 2015 is Monday, May 2, 2016. Where payment is not made or is not made in full on or before that date... Obtaining forms and publications from the Canada Revenue Agency Although the general T1 Tax Package distributed by the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) (and available on the Agency’s website at www.cra-arc.gc.ca/formspubs/t1gnrl/menu-eng.html) contains most of th... Budget 2016 - Multiplication of the Small Business Deduction The Budget proposes new measures aimed at eliminating the use of certain structures to “multiply” the availability of the $500,000 small business deduction (“SBD”) in certain s... Budget 2016 - Small Business Tax Rate Budget 2016 preserves the reduction of the overall tax rate on small business income to 10.5% (i.e., a 17.5% reduction from the overall rate). The previously legislated reductions of 0.5% per ye... Budget 2016 - Eligible Capital Property The 2014 federal Budget announced a consultation on converting the eligible capital property (ECP) regime into a new class of depreciable property. The ECP regime provides specific tax treatment for c... Budget 2016 - Taxation of “Switch Fund Shares” Also referred to as “corporate class” funds, mutual fund corporations that are organized as switch funds allow investors to switch between various funds within the single corporate structu... Budget 2016 - Children’s Fitness and Arts Tax Credits The children’s fitness tax credit provides a refundable tax credit of up to $1,000 of eligible fitness expenses for children under 16 years of age at the beginning of the year. The children&rsqu... Budget 2016 - Tax Changes for Students The Budget proposes to increase Canada Student Grant amounts by 50%. This translates to an additional $1,000 in grants per year for students from low-income families and $400 per year for students fro... Budget 2016 - Repealing the Family Tax Cut The “income splitting” tax credit allowed spouses with at least one child under the age of 18 to split up to $50,000 of their income on a notional basis. As a result, the couple’s ta... Budget 2016 - Canada Child Benefit Budget 2016 proposes to introduce the new Canada Child Benefit (CCB) which will replace the existing Canada child tax benefit (CCTB) and universal child care benefit (UCCB). The CCB will be a monthly ... CRA provides e-Services Help desk Taxpayers who wish to NETFILE their individual income tax returns or access the Canada Revenue Agency’s (CRA’s) My Account service can obtain help through the Agency’s e-Services Hel... Slight increase in unemployment rate for February The most recent release of Statistics Canada’s Labour Force Survey shows that there was little change to the overall employment picture for the month. While gains were recorded in part-time work... Proof of income statements available from the CRA Canadians are frequently asked to provide proof of their income, often in connection with an application for a mortgage or other form of credit, or to establish eligibility for a grant or subsidy. Ta... Bank of Canada maintains interest rates at current levels In its regularly scheduled interest rate announcement made on March 9, the Bank of Canada indicated that, in its view, no changes are needed to current rates. Accordingly, the bank rate remains at 0.7... CRA announces new payment option for taxpayers The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) has announced that, effective as of February 15, 2016, it accepts VISA debit cards for payment of amounts owing to the CRA. The CRA already provides taxpayers with a n... Upcoming deadline for first tax instalment payment for 2016 For the millions of Canadians who pay income tax by quarterly instalment payments, the first payment deadline for 2016 is approaching. That payment deadline will fall on Tuesday March 15, 2016. Most ... Significant increase in inflation rate for January The most recent release of Statistics Canada’s Consumer Price Index shows a significant rise in inflation for the month of January, when the year-over-year inflation rate rose to 2%. The increa... 2016-17 federal Budget date announced Finance Canada has announced that the 2016-17 federal Budget will be brought down on March 22, 2016. The Budget papers will be posted on the Finance Canada website at www.fin.gc.ca/access/budinfo-eng.... CRA issues new warning on telephone tax scam The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) has issued another warning about an ongoing telephone tax scam which has affected a number of Canadians. As part of that scam, callers claim to be representatives of th... NETFILE for 2015 returns now available The Canada Revenue Agency’s (CRA’s) NETFILE service for filing of 2015 tax returns is now available on the CRA’s website at www.cra-arc.gc.ca/esrvc-srvce/tx/ndvdls/netfile-impotnet/.... Unemployment rate edges up in January The most recent release of Statistics Canada’s Labour Force Survey shows a slight increase in the unemployment rate for January, to 7.2%. Employment was virtually unchanged, as the economy overa... CRA issues reminder to employers re: 2015 information slips The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) has issued a reminder to employers that information slips for employees with respect to the 2015 tax year must be provided on or before the last day of February, which ... New CRA service available for preparation of personal income tax returns The Minister of National Revenue has announced a new feature which will be available when filing individual income tax returns for the 2015 tax year. Available as of February 15, 2016, the new f... NETFILE for 2015 available on February 15, 2016 Starting February 15, 2016, the Canada Revenue Agency’s (CRA’s) NETFILE service will be online, and Canadians will be able to NETFILE their returns for the 2015 tax year. For those who ha... Increased food prices drive inflation rate for December The most recent release of Statistics Canada’s Consumer Price Index shows an overall 1.6% increase in the price of goods and services for the month of December, as measured on a year-over-year b... 2015 individual tax return forms now available online Tax packages for individual income tax returns for the 2015 tax year are now available on the Canada Revenue Agency website at www.cra-arc.gc.ca/formspubs/t1gnrl/menu-eng.html. Tax packages wil... Bank of Canada maintains interest rates at current levels In its regularly scheduled interest rate announcement made on January 20, the Bank of Canada indicated that no change would be made to current interest rates. Consequently, the bank rate remains at 0.... Federal individual tax credits for 2016 Dollar amounts on which individual non-refundable federal tax credits for 2016 are based, and the actual tax credit claimable, will be as follows. &n... Unemployment rate unchanged in December The most recent release of Statistics Canada’s Labour Force Survey indicates that the unemployment rate for the month of December 2015 was unchanged at 7.1%. Provincially, employment rose only ... Deadline extended for Syrian relief matching fund contributions Last September, the federal government announced that qualifying donations made by individual Canadians for Syrian emergency relief would be matched by the Canadian government, through the Syria Emerg... Canada Revenue Agency provides grace period for implementation of 2016 source deductions Changes to federal individual income tax rates for 2016 were put in place late in 2015. As a result, the employer’s guide to source deductions for 2016—Guide T4127, Payroll Deductions Form... Automobile deduction rates and limits for 2016 announced The Department of Finance has announced the automobile expense deduction limits which will apply for the 2016 calendar year. There are two changes to the rates and limits which applied in 2015. The f... Inflation rate increases in November The most recent release of Statistics Canada’s Consumer Price Index indicates that the overall inflation rate rose by 1.4% in the month of November, as measured on a year-over-year basis. The ra... December 31st deadline for matching donations for Syrian Emergency Relief Fund Earlier this year, the federal government announced that it would match qualifying donations made by individual Canadians for Syrian refugee relief, by donating an equivalent amount to the government&... Prescribed interest rates for 2016 The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) has announced the interest rates that will apply to amounts owed to and by the federal government for the first quarter of 2016, as well as the rates tha... Slight increase in unemployment rate for November A small decline in part-time employment pushed the unemployment rate for the month of November up by 0.1%, to 7.1%. There was little change recorded for most demographic groups for the month, but emp... TFSA contribution limit for 2016 to be set at $5,500 The Minister of Finance has announced that the annual allowable contribution to a tax-free savings account, which is currently set at $10,000, will be reduced to $5,500, effective as of January 1, 201... Changes in personal income tax rates to take effect for 2016 The federal government has announced that, effective as of January 1, 2016, a new federal individual income tax bracket will be created. That bracket will be for taxable income over $200,000, which wi... December 31st deadline for taxpayer relief applications The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) provides an administrative program under which the Agency can cancel penalties or interest amounts (for both GST/HST and non-GST/HST assessments) levied where taxpayers... Bank of Canada maintains interest rate at current level In its regularly scheduled interest rate announcement made on December 2, the Bank of Canada indicated that, in its view, no change is warranted to current interest rates. Accordingly, the bank rate r... Inflation rate unchanged in October The most recent release of Statistics Canada’s Consumer Price Index indicates that there was no change in the overall inflation rate for the month of October, which remained at 1.0%, as measured... Deficit now projected for 2015-16 fiscal year In the 2015-16 Update of Economic and Fiscal Projections, the Minister of Finance announced that the anticipated surplus for the current fiscal year will not be realized. Instead, it is projected that... Employment insurance premium rates for 2016 Effective January 1, 2016, maximum insurable earnings for purposes of the Employment Insurance program will increase from $49,500 to $50,800. This means that an insured worker will pay EI premiums in ... New tool available for SR&ED claimants The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) has announced that a new downloadable tool is available to enable taxpayers to determine whether they are eligible to claim scientific research and experimental develop... Economic and Fiscal Update to be issued The federal government traditionally issues two major tax and fiscal policy statements each year, in the form of a late winter or early spring budget, followed by an Economic and Fiscal Update which i... Slight drop in unemployment rate for October An increase of 44,000 positions during the month of October pushed the unemployment rate down by 0.1 percentage points, to 7%. Several provinces, including Ontario, British Columbia, New Brunswick, a... Telephone tax collection scam continues A telephone tax collection scam which was the subject of a Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) warning earlier this year is continuing. The scam involves a telephone call from someone claiming to be from the... Canada Pension Plan contribution amounts for 2016 announced The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) has announced the Canada Pension Plan (CPP) contribution rates and maximum pensionable earnings which will apply during 2016. Employee and employer contribution rates ... October 31st GST filing and payment deadline Businesses which file returns and remit goods and services tax or harmonized sales tax on a monthly or quarterly basis have an upcoming deadline. Those businesses must file a return and make any requi... Slight decrease in inflation rate in September The most recent release of Statistics Canada’s Consumer Price Index shows a slight decrease in the rate of inflation recorded for the month of September. The inflation rate for that month stood ... NETFILE service for filing of 2014 returns still available Although the deadlines for filing of individual income tax returns for the 2014 tax year have passed, taxpayers who have not yet filed a return can still use the Canada Revenue Agency’s (CRA) on... Bank of Canada maintains interest rates at current levels In its regularly scheduled interest rate announcement made on October 21, the Bank of Canada indicated that no change would be made to current rates. Accordingly, the bank rate remains at 0.75%. In t... CRA issues updated form for reduction in employee tax withholdings Employed taxpayers have income tax deducted at source from their paycheques and remitted on their behalf to the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA). The amount of tax withheld is based on the taxpayer’s... Slight increase in unemployment rate for September The most recent release of Statistics Canada’s Labour Force Survey indicates that full-time employment declined during the month of September by 62,000 positions. That drop was offset by an incr... Bank of Canada releases interest rate announcement dates for 2016 The Bank of Canada has released the schedule on which interest rate announcements will be made during 2016. Such announcements are scheduled to take place eight times a year, in January, March, April,... Prescribed interest rate for leasing rules announced The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) has announced the prescribed interest rate which will apply for the purpose of leasing transactions during the month of October 2015, and that rate is 3.08%. The rate f... Budgetary surplus posted for 2014-15 Final figures for the 2014-15 fiscal year show that the federal government posted a budgetary surplus of $1.9 billion. For that fiscal year, revenues totaled $282.3 billion and expenditures amounted ... Changes to Old Age Security rates effective October 1 The federal government has announced the Old Age Security rates which will be in effect from October 1 to December 31, 2015. The maximum basic OAS pension benefit paid to individuals 65 years of age... Prescribed interest rates for 2015 The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) has announced the interest rates that will apply to amounts owed to and by the federal government for 2015, as well as the rates that will apply for the ... No change in inflation rate for August The most recent release of Statistics Canada’s Consumer Price Index shows no change in the rate of inflation from July to August. The rate for both months stood at 1.3%. StatsCan’s analys... Federal government pledges matching program for donations to Syrian refugee relief The federal government has announced that it will create a Syrian Emergency Relief Fund and will match eligible donations made to registered charities by Canadians. To be eligible for the matching pro... Upcoming administrative changes to GST/HST returns The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) will be making changes to the distribution of goods and services tax/harmonized sales tax (GST/HST) returns to Canadian businesses. Businesses file GST/HST returns and ... Bank of Canada maintains interest rates at current levels In its regularly scheduled interest rate announcement made on September 9, the Bank of Canada indicated that no change would be made to current interest rates. Accordingly, the bank rate remains at 0.... Unemployment rate up in August The most recent release of Statistics Canada’s Labour Force Survey shows that the unemployment rate rose by 0.2% to 7%, for the month of August. The only group for which employment increased du... Signing up for direct deposit with the CRA As of the end of 2015, the Canada Revenue Agency (“CRA”) will be making all payments to taxpayers through direct deposit. Taxpayers who have bank account information on file with the CRA ... September 15 deadline for third individual instalment payment Individual taxpayers who pay income tax by instalments will be required to make the third instalment payment for 2015 on or before Tuesday, September 15. Taxpayers for whom instalment payments of tax... CRA posts advisory for charities on prohibited political activities The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) has issued a reminder to registered charities of the requirement that they refrain from allocating any of their resources to partisan political activities. For these p... Inflation rate up slightly in July The most recent release of Statistics Canada’s Consumer Price Index indicates that the rate of inflation recorded for the month of July was up slightly over the previous month. The July rate sto... CRA issues instalment reminders for September and December The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) has issued instalment reminders for taxpayers with respect to the upcoming individual income tax instalment payment deadlines of September 15 and December 15, 2015. Fo... Consultation on proposed changes to PRPP rules The federal government has proposed an agreement to change the administration of pooled registered pension plans (PRPPs), such that plan administrators in all provinces would need to deal with only th... Canada Revenue Agency issues update to payroll deduction formulas The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) has issued an update to its publication T4127, Payroll Deductions Formulas, to reflect provincial changes which will take effect as of October 1, 2015. There are no c... No change in unemployment rate for July 2015 The most recent release of Statistics Canada’s Labour Force Survey shows that there was little change in employment during the month of July. There was consequently no change in the overall unem... Prescribed interest rate for leasing rules announced The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) has announced the prescribed interest rate which will apply for the purpose of leasing transactions during the month of September 2015, and that rate is 3.09%. The rate... NETFILE service for 2014 tax returns still available Although the individual filing deadlines for 2014 tax returns have passed, it is still possible to file a 2014 return online. The Canada Revenue Agency’s (CRA) NETFILE service will be available... Bank of Canada provides interest rate announcement dates for 2016 The Bank of Canada has released the listing of dates on which regularly scheduled interest rate announcements will be made during 2016. Those dates are as follows: Wednesday 20 January Wednesday 9... Tax relief available to those affected by wildfires The Minister of National Revenue has issued a release reminding individuals and businesses who have been affected by this summer’s wildfires of the availability of tax relief. Where taxpayers a... Applying for the enhanced UCCB benefit Canadian families that have children under the age of 18 are able to receive an enhanced Universal Child Care Benefit (UCCB), effective as of January 1, 2015. A retroactive payment covering the first ... Slight increase in inflation rate for June The most recent release of Statistics Canada’s Consumer Price Index shows a small increase in the rate of inflation for the month of June. The inflation rate for the month stood at 1%, as compar... Bank of Canada lowers interest rates In its regularly scheduled interest rate announcement made on July 15, the Bank of Canada lowered interest rates by one-quarter of a percentage point. The Bank Rate is now .75%. In outlining the reas... No change in overall unemployment rate for June A loss of 71,000 part-time positions during the month of June was offset by a gain of 65,000 in full-time work, leaving the unemployment rate unchanged at 6.8%. There was little change in employment ... CRA provides checklist for small business start-ups The CRA website includes a checklist for Canadians who are starting a small business. That checklist covers the types of available business structures, the need to obtain a business number, and how to... Canada Revenue Agency changing to payments by direct deposit By 2016 the federal government, including the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA), will be phasing out cheques in favour of direct deposit of all government payments to taxpayers. Taxpayers for whom the CRA h... Changes to amounts payable under federal benefit and credit programs effective July 1 July 1 marks the start of a new benefit year for many refundable tax credit and benefit programs administered by the federal government. As of that date, benefit amounts payable under those programs,... New payroll deduction tables issued for July 1 Each year, a number of federal and provincial personal tax measures take effect halfway through the year, on July 1, and those measures often require a change in the deductions made from the remunerat... Inflation rate up slightly in May The most recent release of Statistics Canada’s Consumer Price Index shows that the year-over-year inflation rate for the month of May stood at 0.9%, up slightly from the 0.8% increase recorded f... Prescribed interest rates for 2015 The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) has announced the interest rates that will apply to amounts owed to and by the federal government for the first three quarters of 2015, as well as the rates&n... June 30 deadline for filing of reportable transaction information return The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) has issued a reminder to taxpayers of the upcoming filing deadline with respect to reportable transactions. Taxpayers are required to disclose a reportable transaction... NETFILE service still available for filing of 2014 returns Although the deadline for filing of individual income tax returns for 2014 has passed for both self-employed individuals and their spouses and for other taxpayers, the CRA’s NETFILE service rema... One-time payment of Universal Child Care Benefit in July For several years, the federal government has provided Canadian families that have children under the age of 6 with a taxable monthly benefit of $100, through the Universal Child Care Benefit program.... Significant increase in employment numbers for May The most recent release of Statistics Canada’s Labour Force Survey indicates that employment during the month of May increased by 59,000, most of that in the private sector. As the number of peo... June 15 individual income tax instalment due date Individual taxpayers who pay income tax by instalments must make those instalment payments on the 15th day of the last month in each calendar quarter. The second instalment due date for 2015 is Monday... June 15 filing deadline for self-employed taxpayers The deadline for self-employed taxpayers and their spouses to file their tax returns for the 2014 tax year is Monday June 15, 2015. Any taxes owed for the 2014 tax year were due and payable on or befo... Bank of Canada leaves interest rates at current levels In its regularly scheduled interest rate announcement issued on May 27, the Bank of Canada indicated that no changes are needed to current interest rates. Accordingly, the Bank Rate remains at 1.0%. ... Inflation rate for April lowest in 18 months The most recent release of Statistics Canada’s Consumer Price Index shows that the rate of inflation, as measured on a year-over-year basis, rose 0.8% during April. That increase was the smalles... May 25 deadline for matching program for earthquake relief donations Following the recent earthquakes in Nepal, the federal government announced that it would match cash donations made by individuals to registered charities for earthquake relief work to be done in that... Payroll deduction formulas for July 1, 2015 issued by the CRA Each year, a number of tax changes, both federal and provincial, take effect on July 1, halfway through the tax year. As a consequence, deductions made from employee’s paycheques may be altered ... Prescribed interest rates for 2015 The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) has announced the interest rates that will apply to amounts owed to and by the federal government for the second quarter of 2015, as well as the rates th... Unemployment rate up slightly in February The most recent release of Statistics Canada’s Labour Force Survey indicates that, while employment was unchanged during the month of February, the unemployment rate rose by 0.2%, as more Canadi... Old Age Security and Canada Pension Plan payment dates for 2015 The federal government has issued a listing of the dates on which direct deposit payments of Old Age Security (OAS) and Canada Pension Plan (CPP) will be made during 2015. The webpage listing the pay... Federal individual tax credits for 2015 Dollar amounts on which individual non-refundable federal tax credits for 2015 are based, and the actual tax credit claimable, will be as follows. &n... 2014 individual tax return package now available online The individual (T1) tax return package for personal income tax returns for the 2014 tax year are now available on the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) website at http://www.cra-arc.gc.ca/formspubs/t1gnrl/m... Welcome and thank you for visiting Horne & Co. In addition to providing you with a profile of our firm and the services we provide, the Horne & Co website has been designed to become a helpful resource tool to you, our valued clients and visitors. Our dedication to superior client service has brought us to the Internet as we endeavor to continue to provide the highest quality professional service and guidance. 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