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Alignment and Intentional Partnerships lead to success at Youth Inspire Community Day

 

Navigating Vehicle Delivery Through the Proposed Luxury Tax

Who pays? The Luxury Tax will apply to registered and non-registered persons or vendors as follows. Where a non-registered person (consumer) purchases a specified vehicle, e.g. an automobile from a dealership, the Luxury Tax would be paid by the …

Valuation Considerations other than COVID?

The magnitude of the impact climate change will have on the value of particular business will vary depending on the industry in which it operates.  However, all businesses are being, or are expected to be, impacted by climate change.  The impact may …

SB Partners' Wishes You Happy Holidays

It’s the most wonderful time of the year! Our clients, community and team are the most wonderful part of our business. We thank you for making this and every time of year brighter. In lieu of cards or gifts, SB Partners has made a monetary donation …

ONCA Provides More Options to Not-for-profit Corporations in Ontario

ONCA Has Arrived…Finally On October 19, 2021, significant changes to the regulations governing not-for-profit corporations (NPCs) in Ontario came into effect when the long-awaited Ontario Not-for-profit Corporations Act, 2010 (ONCA) was brought into …
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New Client Portal

SB Partners is excited to share we are launching a new client portal to better serve your needs! The firm’s current client CCH Portal (https://cchportal.ca/PortalThin/#/login ) will be retired on Thursday, November 30th. CCH Portal will be replaced …

Dealerships Go Virtual

Managing the transition to online sales The economic shifts occurring are creating interesting and exciting new opportunities for many industries, particularly as businesses transition to more or exclusively online sales. This shift has seen …

Budget 2021 propose changes to promote CCPC business investment until 2023

As the Government continues to roll out measures to alleviate the economic impact of the pandemic, the 2021 federal budget proposed legislation for a temporary measure that would encourage Canadian Controlled Private Corporations (CCPCs) to invest …

What Is Your Status? Not-for-Profit vs. Charitable Organizations

Many organizations are becoming increasingly active in philanthropic activities and engagement. The range of causes looking for support is huge. Sector Source, a project run by Imagine Canada, reports over 170,000 charities and not-for-profits in …

Budgeting for a Post-pandemic World

The COVID-19 pandemic has taken the world by storm since it was first discovered in late 2019, affecting virtually all strata of human endeavors. Business owners, business advisors, and other business stakeholders were not left out of the onslaught. …

Working from home? You may be eligible to claim some deductions on your personal taxes.

The pandemic has sent many packing from their offices to their homes for work. Some may have been fortunate to already have a dedicated office or workspace in their home, for others it has meant setting up shop.

Optimize tax deductions from your rental properties with a good plan

Expense this, deduct that Investing in real estate is a great addition to investment portfolios. Whether you hold property waiting for the value to increase, or utilize it for rental income, investing in real estate has been a popular choice for …

What is an RRSP and How does it work?

Registered Retirements Savings Plans (RRSP) were introduced in 1957 by the government as an alternative vehicle Canadians could use to save for retirement. Essentially it is an account that is to be used as a long-term savings plan, with the …

14 Best Tax Tips for Canadians

Below is a summary of year-end tax tips to consider in 2020. 1. Up to $27,830 RRSP ContributionYou have until Monday, March 1, 2021, to make a contribution to your RRSP and be able to take a deduction on your 2020 tax return. Be sure to check your …
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New Recovery Benefits

New Recovery Benefits If you were receiving CERB, you may be eligible for one of the new recovery benefits retroactive to September 27, 2020 and available until September 25, 2021. Canada Recovery Benefit (CRB) The Canada Recovery Benefit will …
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