T4 slip that need to comply with new CRA reporting requirements

Ensure 2020 T4 Slips Comply with the 2020 Reporting Requirements

The Government’s COVID-19 relief programs have led to the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) introducing additional reporting for the 2020 T4 slip, Statement of Remuneration Paid. All employers who issue T4s to employees must comply with these new requirements. CRA will use the additional information to be reported on the T4 to validate payments under the Canada Emergency Response Benefit (CERB), Canada Emergency Student Benefit (CESB), and payments made to employers under the Canada Emergency Wage …

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Cyber Security: Mitigating the Risks to Cyber Attacks

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 This month covers some best practices to protect your business and legitimate tax planning: Digital Management – Cyber Security: Mitigating the Risks to Cyber Attacks; Finance – Your Credit Score – What Does It Mean? Management – Protecting Your Business From Identity Theft; Taxation – Tax and Ethics.   Digital Management Cyber Security: Mitigating the Risks to Cyber Attacks Cory Bayly, MBA Cyber attacks come in a variety of forms and with a variety of …

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Quebec Sales Tax - QST

QST Registration Date Approaching for Non-Residents of Quebec Who Sell Goods and Services into Quebec

The Québec budget tabled on March 27, 2018 introduced a new QST regime that takes effect on September 1, 2019 for suppliers who are resident in Canada but not residents of Québec.  This legislation has three newly defined suppliers for QST purposes: Foreign Specified Suppliers (FSS), Canadian Specified Suppliers (CSS) and operators of a Specified Digital Platform (SDP). An FSS is a supplier who: does not carry on a business in Canada; does not have …

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