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What you need to know about your Notice of Assessment

Jul 18, 2019
After you file your tax return, you’ll be issued a Notice of Assessment (NOA) from the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA). We provide some tips on what to look for when you receive your NOA, common reasons for discrepancies between your NOA and tax return and how to handle them.

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Choosing the right business structure

Jun 18, 2019
Choosing the right structure for your business can have implications on taxation, liability, and succession planning.

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3 Things You Need to Know About Taxes and the Sharing Economy

May 08, 2019
There are lots of ways Canadians are taking advantage of the sharing economy, maybe without even knowing it.

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How Businesses Can Manage Cash Flow

How Businesses Can Avoid Legal Problems in Their Cash Flow Management

Feb 06, 2019
Manage your cash flow with contracts outlining payment terms, limit your expenses, and find new products and services for slow periods. Our cash flow calculator can help.

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Maintaining Minute Books Are a Legal Necessity for Incorporated Canadian Businesses

Why Maintaining Minute Books Are a Legal Necessity for Incorporated Canadian Businesses

Apr 18, 2018
Keeping a Minute Book is a legal requirement for all Canadian corporations. Maintaining a Minute Book can make a business more efficient and result in paying less tax.

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 Mind Your Minute Book - Annual Filings and Corporate Resolutions

Mind Your Minute Book - Annual Filings and Corporate Resolutions

Dec 06, 2017
Many incorporated companies are not keeping the Minute Book updated. This creates risk for your business, including increased taxes and CRA penalties! FBC is now offering a minute book service to ensure you stay compliant with CRA.

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