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167 Tax Tips for Canadian Small Business: Beat the Taxman to Keep More Money in Your Business Paperback – Dec 11 2009


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  • Paperback: 256 pages
  • Publisher: Wiley; 2 edition (Dec 11 2009)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0470676558
  • ISBN-13: 978-0470676554
  • Product Dimensions: 22.6 x 15.2 x 1.8 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 386 g
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #194,356 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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"...a book for every Canadian in a small or home-based business who is struggling with complex tax rules and regulations."
—Dale Ennis, Canadian MoneySaver

"...easy-going style and avoidance of the more mind-numbing details make for a solid primer on the perks and pitfalls of self-employment. The...one-sentence tips in the appendix are probably worth the price of admission alone."
Gordon Powers, The Globe and Mail

"...one of the better books I've seen on the market for small-business owners and better yet, it's all Canadian content."
Linda A. Fox, The Toronto Sun

As a small-business owner or a home-based entrepreneur, you have lots of questions about taxes, but very few answers. Fortunately for you, 167 Tax Tips for Canadian Small Business contains a wealth of tax planning advice and strategies to help you save on your business tax bill. So whether you want to do it yourself or reduce what you pay your accountant - not to mention the government - this is how you'll keep more money in your pocket, where it belongs.

  • Packed with tax tips that will save you hundreds, or even thousands, of dollars year-round.
  • Written in a question-and-answer format that's easy to understand, practical, and easy to apply.
  • Features 167 "Tax Beaters" - quick-reference tips that highlight key points - plus three bonus tips to help you save even more!
  • Explains how to save taxes in every aspect and at every stage of your business.
  • Features a Year-Round Tax-Planning Calendar.
  • Coverage includes: business start-up, corporate tax planning, GST/HST, deductibility of home and automobile expenses, what to do if you are audited by the Canada Revenue Agency, CPP and QPP deductions for self-employed entrepreneurs, and much more.

The ultimate "tax coach" for every Canadian in a small or home-based business, this book will help you to beat the taxman at his own game!

About the Author

Stephen Thompson, CA, CFP, TEP,is a Partner with the accounting firm of Wilkinson & Company, LLP. He specializes in taxation of small and home-based businesses and has delivered many seminars to clients and public groups.

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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Martin Lustyk on Feb. 21 2010
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It's a great guideline for someone who's getting started with a small (home)business. Without any waste of time you can get a really useful overview about what kind of business (e.g.incorporated vs corporated) you should start with, different methods for record keeping, how to deal with GST/HST, what receipts to keep and how to take advantage with tax write offs (car, home office etc).
The book is a fairly complete beginners guide which helped me a lot to find answers to get started quick. Don't expect to find the complete tax law or answers to all legal questions you might have but it will help you to feel comfortable to make some initial decisions about how to get started right.
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I really had a tough time understanding the many restrictions and wording associated with other Canadian Tax books. This book was very clear and simple to understand. My vocabulary is quite poor, so this has helped me find many tips that I will surely use when filing my next tax returns.

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By landshark on June 18 2011
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If you have little information on how to beat the tax man for your small business, then this is the book for you. Easy to understand and apply. A must read especially if you're just starting out. I started a handyman business this year (2011) and now feel a lot more comfortable as I head toward the tax deadline. Worth every penny. It will definitely pay for itself.
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1 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Dan Jackson on April 29 2011
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As a general rule, I avoid any book with a number in the title, and this book is another case in point. I needed advice, found some useful tips, but ended up with more questions than answers. I then bought a book about Canadian tax planning at Chapters (for some reason, its not on Amazon. It was put out by an accounting firm) that is far more thorough, clear, and updated for 2010.
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