Canadian Tax

COVID-19: Effective Tax Planning Strategies for You and Your Business

Fuller Landau Team • September 14, 2020 As a Canadian business owner, you have at your disposal a variety of tax planning strategies to help you manage the impact of the global pandemic on your business and stakeholder wealth. The Tax group at Fuller Landau highlights six effective strategies that, depending on your personal and business circumstances, could help minimize the tax ... Read More

Denham Patterson and Sam Tabrizi Featured in Advisor’s Edge

Fuller Landau Team • April 27, 2020 Denham Patterson, Principal, Outsourced Business Services, and Sam Tabrizi, Principal in our Tax team, were recently featured in Advisor’s Edge outlining scenarios still requiring clarity when determining a business’ eligibility for the Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy. ... Read More

COVID-19: Changes Announced to the Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy

Gordon Jessup • April 08, 2020 Gordon JessupThe Minister of Finance today provided new details on the eligibility criteria for businesses to access the Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy (CEWS).  CEWS is intended to provide an incentive for employers to pay employees who have been sent home for health and safety reasons or due to lack of work.  It will also assist employers ... Read More

COVID-19: More details on the Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy

Gordon Jessup • April 02, 2020 Gordon JessupThe Department of Finance has provided additional information to assist employers to determine whether they are eligible for the new Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy.  The program provides a 75 per cent wage subsidy to eligible employers for up to 12 weeks. Eligible Employers Eligible employers include individuals, taxable corporations and partnershi ... Read More

COVID-19: Federal government announces details of the Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy

Gordon Jessup • April 01, 2020 Gordon JessupToday, the Government of Canada announced the details of the Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy that the Prime Minister introduced last week. The subsidy will apply at a rate of 75 per cent of the first $58,700 normally earned by employees.  This represents a benefit of up to $847 per week.  The program will be in ... Read More