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International Women’s Day 2019

“The story of women’s struggle for equality belongs to no single feminist nor to any one organization but to the collective efforts of all who care about human rights.” – Gloria Steinem With the approach of International Women’s Day 2019 on March 8, and its theme of #BalanceforBetter, SB Partners recognizes that gender balance contributes … Continued

Quebec QST Changes

Non-Canadian Residents Effective, January 1, 2019, non-Canadian resident suppliers of intangible personal property and services will be required to register under the new QST system if consideration for all taxable supplies provided to consumers located in Québec exceeds $30,000 in the preceding 12-month period. Read More GST/HST Registrants Effective, September 1, 2019, non-Canadian resident and … Continued

Tip 9 – Tax on Split Income | Tax on Passive Income

This note continues Tax Principal Raffaele Ruberto’s ten-week Friday Tax Tip series, helping business owners and their family members mitigate the new Tax on Split Income (“TOSI”) and upcoming Tax on Passive Income (“TOPI”) rules. As always, if there are any topics you would like addressed, or have specific questions you need answered, just send an email to rruberto@sbpartners.ca Tax on Split Income | Tip 9 … Continued

Tip 8 – Tax on Split Income | Tax on Passive Income

This note continues Tax Principal Raffaele Ruberto’s ten-week Friday Tax Tip series, helping business owners and their family members mitigate the new Tax on Split Income (“TOSI”) and upcoming Tax on Passive Income (“TOPI”) rules. As always, if there are any topics you would like addressed, or have specific questions you need answered, just send an email to rruberto@sbpartners.ca Tax on Split Income | Tip 8 … Continued

Tip 7 – Tax on Split Income | Tax on Passive Income

This note continues Tax Principal Raffaele Ruberto’s ten-week Friday Tax Tip series, helping business owners and their family members mitigate the new Tax on Split Income (“TOSI”) and upcoming Tax on Passive Income (“TOPI”) rules. As always, if there are any topics you would like addressed, or have specific questions you need answered, just send an email to rruberto@sbpartners.ca Tax on Split Income | Tip 7 … Continued

Tip 6 – Tax on Split Income | Tax on Passive Income

This note continues Tax Principal Raffaele Ruberto’s ten-week Friday Tax Tip series, helping business owners and their family members mitigate the new Tax on Split Income (“TOSI”) and upcoming Tax on Passive Income (“TOPI”) rules. As always, if there are any topics you would like addressed, or have specific questions you need answered, just send an email to rruberto@sbpartners.ca Tax on Split Income | Tip 6 … Continued

Tip 5 – Tax on Split Income | Tax on Passive Income

This note continues Tax Principal Raffaele Ruberto’s ten-week Friday Tax Tip series, helping business owners and their family members mitigate the new Tax on Split Income (“TOSI”) and upcoming Tax on Passive Income (“TOPI”) rules. As always, if there are any topics you would like addressed, or have specific questions you need answered, just send an email to rruberto@sbpartners.ca   Tax on Split Income | Tip 5 … Continued

Tip 4 – Tax on Split Income | Tax on Passive Income

This note continues Tax Principal Raffaele Ruberto’s ten-week Friday Tax Tip series, helping business owners and their family members mitigate the new Tax on Split Income (“TOSI”) and upcoming Tax on Passive Income (“TOPI”) rules. As always, if there are any topics you would like addressed, or have specific questions you need answered, just send an email to rruberto@sbpartners.ca Tax on Split Income | Tip 4 … Continued

John Chisholm Interviewed by Biz Magazine

*Article published in Biz Magazine Biz Magazine recently sat down with John to talk a little business, a little pleasure and a whole lot of community. As CEO and Partner at SB Partners, what does your job entail? “I see the role as achieving results through others and living the values of the firm as … Continued

Fall Economic Statement 2018

It will be important to track assets purchased on or after November 21, 2018, to ensure you maximize your annual capital cost allowance deduction (“CCA”). On November 21, 2018, the federal government released its 2018 Fall Economic Statement. Included in the statement were specific provisions allowing the acceleration of CCA for assets purchased on or after November 21, … Continued