This Personal Tax Calendar for 2018 gives you a list of important dates for personal tax filing and planning for this year.
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The Personal Income Tax Organizer provides you with a checklist to help you compile your personal tax returns, whether you do it yourselves or engage the services of a professional tax preparer.
At the beginning of 2017, a common view among money managers and analysts was that the financial markets would not repeat their strong returns from 2016. Many cited the uncertain global economy, political turmoil in the US, implementation of Brexit, conflicts in the Middle East, North Korea’s weapons buildup, and other factors.
On December 13, 2017, Canada’s Minister of Finance, Bill Morneau, announced revised tax measures related to “income sprinkling” by business owners and their families. The new tax measures will take effect on January 1, 2018.
It has been a busy week for Finance Minister Bill Morneau. He has made four separate announcements in respect to the proposals that were initially released on July 18th. Included in those announcements was a 1.5% reduction to the small business tax rate.