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Businesses can now register for both Ontario and Canada Customs and Revenue Agency (CCRA) business programs during a single computer session. Integrated online registration eliminates the need for businesses to provide different levels of government with

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Nova Scotia Business Registry Online Service

Information on the Nova Scotia Business Registry Online Service in My Business Account for business owners, representatives and accountants.

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File

Information and links to online services where businesses can file tax information electronically. Filing a GST/HST return and/or rebate, filing information (T4/T5 and other) returns, corporation internet filing, T1 filing, filing a notice of objection.

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Self-employment income

This page directs you to information to complete Lines 135 to 143 (Net Income) and Lines 162 to 170 (Gross income) for your T1 tax return.

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Fiscal period

A fiscal period is the time covered from the day your business starts its business year, to the day it ends its business year. The fiscal period is usually 12 months. It cannot be longer than 12 months, but it can be shorter. This could happen when you start a new business or when you stop an existing business. Generally, self‑employed individuals use December 31 as their fiscal year‑end. However, you may be able to use a different method of reporting your business income that will allow you to ...(more)

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Authorize or manage representatives

Information on the Manage representatives service in My Business Account for business owners, representatives and accountants.

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Line 9931 - Total business liabilities

A liability is a debt or obligation of a business. Therefore, total business liabilities are the total of all amounts your business or professional activity owes at the end of its fiscal period. Total business liabilities include:

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Line 8910 - Rent

You can deduct rent incurred for property used in your business. For example, you can deduct rent for the land and building where your business is situated. The rent expense related to business use of work space in your home has to be claimed as Business-use-of-home expenses.

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Primary source of business income - construction

Information for an individual, partnership, trust, or corporation who are primarily involved in construction

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Registered in Ontario

Information for businesses on closing business accounts when registered in Ontario.

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Business start-up costs

To be able to deduct a business expense, you had to have carried on a business in the fiscal period in which the expense was incurred. Because of this, you have to be very clear about the date your business started. Where a taxpayer proposes to undertake a business and makes some initial expenditures with that purpose in mind, it is necessary to establish whether the expenditure preceded the start of the business or whether the business had in fact begun and there were expenses incurred during p...(more)

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Line 9275 - Delivery, freight, and express

You can deduct the cost of delivery, freight, and express incurred in the year that relates to your business.

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Line 8760 - Business tax, fees, licenses, dues, memberships, and subscriptions

You can deduct any annual licence fees and business taxes you incur to run your business. You can also deduct annual dues or fees to keep your membership in a trade or commercial association. You cannot deduct club membership dues (including initiation fees) if the main purpose of the club is dining, recreation, or sporting activities.

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Box 013 – Recipient's account number (15 characters)

If the recipient of the reported amount is a business (sole proprietor, partnership, or corporation), enter the recipient's account number.

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Our Corporate Business Plan

The Corporate Business Plan sets out our strategic direction and priorities for 2001-2002 to 2003-2004. At the heart of this plan is our continuing commitment to provide Canadians with the best possible service. We will fulfill this commitment with a business transformation program that is in tune with the needs and priorities of Canadians. To achieve our first objective of business transformation, we have three enabling objectives that will help realize the flexibility inherent in agency status...(more)

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