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Feb 5, 2018 ... This is the main menu page for the General income tax and benefit package for
2017. Individuals can select the link for their place of residence as of December
31, 2017, to get the forms and information needed to file a General income tax
and benefit return for 2017. Each package includes the guide, the ...
Sep 27, 2017 ... Tax is never an easy topic for businesses but it is too essential to be ignored. For
a Canadian company, it is of great importance to understand its tax liabilities
when doing business in China.
Jan 3, 2018 ... File income tax, get the income tax and benefit package, and check the status of
your tax refund. Tax slips, Personal income, Tax deductions, credits, and
expenses, Tax refunds, Tax payments, Notices of assessment, Personal income
tax rates, More personal income tax.
Jun 28, 2017 ... Provides information about the Payments in Lieu of Taxes (PILT) Program for
federal properties, on how Canadian taxing authorities can apply for PILT,
request direct deposit, view payments made by taxation year or request a review
if they disagree with the payment they have received.
2 days ago ... This page sets out everything you need to know to do your taxes.
Oct 2, 2017 ... The mining industry is a highly cyclical and capital-intensive, with a long lead
time between initial investment and commercial production. Accordingly, the
federal and provincial income tax and provincial mining tax systems treat
exploration and other intangible mining expenses generously. Mining ...
Oct 2, 2017 ... Under the Constitution, the federal government has the power to impose both
direct and indirect taxation. Direct taxation applies directly to the firm or person on
which tax is levied and cannot be shifted to another party. Examples of direct
taxation include personal and corporate income tax and capital gains ...
Convention Between Canada and the Republic of Cyprus for the Avoidance of
Double Taxation and the Prevention of Fiscal Evasion with Respect to Taxes on
Income and on Capital. E102247 - CTS 1985 No. 12. The Government of Canada
and the Government of the Republic of Cyprus desiring to conclude a Convention
On each pay cheque that you receive in Canada, a part of your earnings will be
deducted to pay taxes. To learn more about the most common payroll deductions
that will appear on your pay cheque, visit the Canada Revenue Agency Web site.
Once you find a job, it is important to understand how payroll deductions work in
Convention Between Canada and the Arab Republic of Egypt for the Avoidance
of Double Taxation and the Prevention of Fiscal Evasion with Respect to Taxes
on Income. E102252 - CTS 1984 No. 31. The Government of Canada and the
Government of the Arab Republic of Egypt desiring to conclude a Convention for
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