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Nov 30, 2018 ...Film and video acting services A non-resident actor, who receives payments for acting services rendered in Canada and intends to file an income tax return in Canada, can apply to the CRA for a reduction in the non-resident tax that you have to withhold. To do this, the non-resident must fill out one of the following: Form T1287, Application by a Non
Dec 10, 2017 ...Film and video The Government of Canada supports the overall federal policy, legislative and regulatory framework for the audiovisual sector, fostering the creation of a range of film and video productions and access to Canadian content by Canadian and international audiences. Follow: Facebook Twitter YouTube Flickr LinkedIn Facebook Canada Council
Sep 21, 2018 ...Canadian Film or Video Production Tax Credit From: Canadian Heritage The Canadian Film or Video Production Tax Credit (CPTC) provides eligible productions with a fully refundable tax credit, available at a rate of 25 per cent of the qualified labour expenditure. Jointly administered by the Canadian Audio-Visual Certification Office (CAVCO) and the Canada
Feb 15, 2018 ...Film and video industry publications Profile 2017 - Economic Report on the Screen-based Media Production Industry in Canada [PDF version, 2.43 MB] Economic Impact of Audiovisual Treaty Coproductions and Co-ventures in Canada [PDF version, 4.76 MB] Seen on Screens: Viewing Canadian Feature Films on Multiple Platforms 2007 to 2014
Nov 9, 2018 ...T1177 Film or Video Production Services Tax Credit (2018 and later tax years) For best results, download and open this form in Adobe Reader. See General information for details. You can view this form in: PDF t1177-18e.pdf PDF fillable/saveable t1177-fill-18e.pdf Last update: 2018-11-09 Previous-year versions are also available.
Nov 9, 2018 ...T1131 Canadian Film or Video Production Tax Credit (2018 and later tax years) For best results, download and open this form in Adobe Reader. See General information for details. You can view this form in: PDF t1131-18e.pdf PDF fillable/saveable t1131-fill-18e.pdf Last update: 2018-11-09 Previous-year versions are also available.
Oct 30, 2017 ...Film and video tax credits - CAVCO The Canadian Audio-Visual Certification Office (CAVCO) co-administers two federal tax credit programs with the Canada Revenue Agency: the Canadian Film or Video Production Tax Credit program and the Film or Video Production Services Tax Credit program. CAVCO is also responsible for the administration of the CAVCO Personnel
Aug 1, 2017 ...Film and video policies The Government of Canada is committed to ensuring Canadian artistic expressions and cultural content are created and accessible at home and abroad. To that end, Film and Video Policy and Programs supports the overall federal policy, legislative and regulatory framework for the audiovisual sector, fostering the creation of a range
Mar 2, 2018 ...Newfoundland and Labrador film and video industry tax credit The minister of Finance for the Province of Newfoundland and Labrador will issue a tax credit certificate to a corporation that produces an eligible film or video in the province. For each eligible project, the amount of the credit is equal to the lesser of: 40% of eligible salaries paid
Mar 2, 2018 ...Manitoba film and video production tax credit Manitoba Film and Music reviews all tax credit applications and will issue a tax credit certificate to a corporation that produces an eligible film in the province. The credit is based on labour costs or production costs. Credit based on labour costs The credit is equal to 45% (65% with bonuses) of eligible