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Canada Recovery Hiring Program – Explained

In an attempt to jump-start Canada’s jobs recovery, the Federal Government introduced The Canada Recovery Hiring Program (CRHP) in the 2021 federal budget on April 19, 2021. The main purpose of the CRHP is to provide eligible employers with the ability to offset a portion of their labour costs between the qualifying periods of June 6, 2021, to November 20, 2021.

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Top Tips for Protecting Yourself from COVID-19 Related Scams

Fraudsters and cybercriminals are getting increasingly sophisticated in their attempts to get a hold of your personal and financial information to use for their criminal activities. Sadly, the COVID-19 pandemic has created more opportunities for these fraudsters and cybercriminals to mimic government-related agencies, such as Service Canada, Canada Revenue Agency, even 1-800 O-Canada to persuade you to share your personal information with them.

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The BC Launch Online Grant Program – What You Need To Know

What is the BC Launch Online Grant Program?

The BC Launch Online Grant program provides up to a maximum of $7,500 in funding to businesses based in British Columbia to assist with the creation of an online shop and/or improve their existing e-commerce capabilities in order to help acquire new local customers and expand to new markets. In addition, the Launch Online Grant Program will pay for up to 75% of eligible expenses, up to a maximum of $7,500.

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The Canada Recovery Sickness Benefit (CRSB) – What You Need To Know

What is the CRSB?

The CRSB provides income support to eligible employed or self-employed individuals who have been unable to work due to being ill or needing to self-isolate due to COVID-19. This benefit helps individuals who do not qualify for Employment Insurance (EI) and still require assistance, now that the Canada Emergency Response Benefit (CERB) has ended. The CRSB is also available to employed or self-employed individuals who have underlying health conditions that put them at higher risk of becoming infected with COVID-19.

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Department of Finance temporarily adjusts automobile standby charge for the 2020 and 2021 tax years

The effect the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has had on businesses by way of lockdowns and declines in general business activity has been immeasurable. As many businesses experience declines in activity, the trickle-down has also impacted employees who have seen a reduction in their business or personal mileage use for their employer-provided automobile. 

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The BC Small and Medium Sized Business Recovery Grant Program Explained

Small and medium-sized businesses fuel British Columbia’s economy. Providing them with the support they need during and after the COVID-19 pandemic is crucial to the province’s economic future. The BC Small and Medium-Sized Business Recovery Grant program does just that by investing up to $300 million in financial support to BC businesses that employ between 2 and 149 BC residents and have experienced a decline in revenue since March 10, 2020.

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New Temporary Flat Rate Method for Claiming the Home Office Expenses Deduction Introduced by the CRA

With more and more Canadians working from home due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) has simplified the way employees can claim the home office expenses deduction on their personal tax return for the 2020 tax year by way of a new temporary flat rate method. Employees with larger claims for their home office can still utilize the detailed method to calculate their home office expenses deduction.

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