We get it – navigating Canadian taxes as a small business owner or self-employed person can seem daunting at first. Like any other employment income, the money you earn from your small business is subject to taxation. Fortunately, there are plenty of legitimate ways you can bring this figure down by claiming the tax deductions that you are entitled to.
On this page, we’ve gathered many of our most popular articles on small business taxes. You’ll discover how to pay your taxes online through the Canada Revenue Agency’s online portal, some of the most common CRA-approved deductions small businesses can claim, and steps you can take to avoid a tax audit.
Understanding the Taxes You Need to Collect as a Business Owner
As a small business owner, you know you need to collect taxes – but which ones? Check out our handy guide for answers.
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