FL's Tax Partner Marlene Gilfix-Raich Responds to National Post’s Andrew Coyne’s Recent Articles on the Proposed Changes to the Taxation of Private Businesses

The following letter was written by FL Fuller Landau’s Tax Partner Marlene Gilfix-Raich and sent to The National Post in response to recent articles on the proposed changes to the taxation of small businesses, professionals and other entrepreneurs. To: The National Post In rebuttal to Mr. Coyne’s article dated August 23, 2017, my points are…

Tax Planning Using Private Corporations – New Federal Proposals

Last week, Finance Minister Bill Morneau unveiled plans to tighten what the federal government calls “unfair” loopholes for private corporations that enable many wealthy Canadians, including professionals like some lawyers, to reduce the amount of tax they pay. Will the new federal proposals have an impact on your situation? Here are the key tax changes…

FL Evolves With Sister Company – Pvisio by FL

FOCUS ON WHAT YOU DO BEST – WE DO THE REST. We at FL created Pvisio – short for professional vision – to help you grow your business with our other external services that some of you evidently are already using, and to evolve from the traditional accounting service provider. What services does the Pvisio team…

Quebec Form TP-1079 (Mandatory or Preventive Disclosure of Tax Planning Activities) – Due by April 7, 2017 for late-filed forms

Taxpayers who used a consultant with regard to their refundable tax credit activities (e.g. SR&ED, design, e-commerce, etc.) whose fee was contingent on the amount of Quebec refundable tax credits obtained must file Quebec Form TP-1079. This form discloses the nature of the work done and the identification of the consultants involved. Form TP-1079 became…