- by David McLaren
Here's something you might want to keep in mind as you sprint to the post office with your tax return: Corporations made enough to pay off their income taxes a few months ago. You won't be working for yourself until sometime in June.
That stings, eh?
Our low corporate tax rate (now the lowest in the G7), a myriad of tax credits and write-offs (including CEO stock options), nearly...
-by Bill Moses
We should all be aware that there is a provincial election in Ontario coming up next year. Recently Ontario started paying its Constituency Associations in each Constituency (Riding) $25,000 per year. This amount is split up amongst the Associations based on the percentage of votes received in the last election. In our area that roughly amounts to $12,500 per year for the Conservatives, $6,250 for the Liberals and $6,250 for the NDP and the Greens. Over a four year period that is $100,000 to be distributed, $50,000 to the Conservatives, $25,000 to the Liberals and so on.
What can this money be spent on? The answer is anything, as long as it is for a political purpose with the goal of electing the person