Author: Gordon Jessup

What Do You Need for SR&ED Corporate Tax Credits?

Corporate Tax Credits
Gordon Jessup • December 27, 2018
Gordon JessupThe Scientific Research & Experimental Development (SR&ED) tax incentive is a government program meant to subsidize the research and development costs of Canadian businesses of all sizes, from all industries. However, while the program is of great potential benefit to many companies, it is administered by the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA), an ... Read More

How Could Your Business Benefit from a Corporate Tax Advisor, Year-Round?

Gordon Jessup • September 13, 2018
Gordon JessupAll too often we think of corporate tax advisors as a once-a-year requirement, brought in at the conclusion of the corporate year end to prepare financial statements and corporate tax returns. While they can definitely add value at year end, there are a number of other ways that a corporate tax advisor in Toronto and ... Read More

Special Alert: Potential Tax Changes in Upcoming Federal Budget

Gordon Jessup • March 08, 2017
Gordon JessupThe federal government has announced that the 2017 Budget will be tabled in the House of Commons on Wednesday, March 22, 2017. In advance of a new budget, there is always much speculation regarding tax changes that may be implemented. This year, there is talk about a potential increase in the capital gains inclusion rate, ... Read More

Surviving Litigation: Accounting and Tax Solutions to Creditor-Proof Your Business Assets

Gordon Jessup • November 28, 2016
Gordon JessupAs a business owner, your company is likely your most valuable asset. You’ve worked hard to build up your business, so it’s important to protect that asset against potential risks. By effectively ‘Creditor-Proofing’ your business, you limit your corporate and personal exposure to creditors, should a problem arise. Business Enterprise Soluti ... Read More

What’s the big deal about T1135?

Gordon Jessup • August 11, 2014
Gordon JessupWord to the wise: if you haven’t already, start your tax preparations now as this tax filing season has just gotten a little more onerous thanks to the Canadian Revenue Agency’s new rules around foreign income. When Jim Flaherty announced the 2013 budget last March, he also took the opportunity to introduce more stringent reporting ... Read More