SMALL BUSINESS TIPS
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- January 15th, 2022
- Final payroll remittance
- February 28th, 2022
- T slips due
- RRSP deadline
- March 1st, 2022
- Personal tax season starts
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In this issue:
- How does capital gains tax affect you?
- Leaving your job to start a business? Check out these 15 tips
- How can I make the most of my donations?
- Intuit accelerator combines Fintech for good with AI
It’s natural to speculate about rising tax rates with every shift in government. Over the last few years, Canadians may have wondered whether they would see an increase in the capital gains inclusion rate. But how exactly does capital gains tax work in Canada? We talk about how to calculate it, things to avoid, and exemptions.
If you’re considering leaving your current job to start your own business, you may need some guidance to help you weigh all of the pros and cons before making the leap. Luckily, 15 members of Forbes Coaches Council share their top pieces of advice on this subject. See their tips to give yourself the best chances of finding success.
José V. Fernández first co-founded a Fintech firm to open up micro-loans to unbanked people in West Africa. Now he's the CEO of Bankuish, which aims to give gig workers and freelancers a way to access banking services they normally wouldn’t be able to tap. Bankuish is one of seven early-stage companies in the Intuit Prosperity Accelerator: AI, the latest version of the financial business and software company’s startup program.