SB Partners’ annual Not-for-Profit series Think Camp returns on June 8, 2016! Read why not-for-profits should rethink their recruitment strategies.
Choosing to give back is the culture that we have fostered at SB Partners – that’s why you’ll see in each partners’ bio, just a bit of text on their personal interests and what is important to them.
We are proud to announce that John Chisholm, Partner & CEO, has accepted the request to be the Honourary Chair of this year’s Burlington Community Foundation’s Masquerade Ball.
It’s the season for thinking about gifts and stores are busy with people completing their shopping. One present you won’t find in a mall however, are tax shelters presented as gifting schemes.
Charitable donations make all sorts of sense: they support worthy causes, donors can be eligible for tax write-offs and let’s face it, helping others makes us feel good.
Effective January 1, 2014, the amount of annual Ontario payroll that may be exempt from Employer Health Tax (EHT) is increased from $400,000 to $450,000. To better target EHT relief, the exemption is eliminated for private-sector employers with annual Ontario payrolls over $5 million. Registered charities, including those with payrolls over $5 million, continue to … Continued
How you communicate has become just as important as what you communicate. Using technology effectively and staying current with social media tools demonstrates to your clients that you stay current – and implies that you also stay current (and knowledgeable) in the marketplace. Consider these tips: Email: Do you send emails to a large list … Continued
The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) has been targeting registered charities over the past couple of years and will continue to do so in the future. For many registered charities, the donations they receive are vital to continuing to deliver services and support to the communities they serve. In some cases, the key to receiving donations … Continued
The Ontario Not-for-Profit Corporations Act, 2010 (ONCA) comes into effect on January 1, 2013. The Act applies to every non-share capital corporation that was previously governed by the Ontario Corporations Act, 2009. There are special exceptions including insurance companies and companies with objects "in whole or in part of a social nature" (a “Social Corporation”), … Continued
The Federal budget of 2010 introduced changes to the disbursement quota rules for registered charities. In order to retain their charitable status, registered charities have to meet their disbursement quota. Prior to the 2010 budget, the disbursement quota was set at 80% of the total amount for which charitable tax receipts were issued in the … Continued