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Personal Tax Planning 2009/2010 explains Canadian personal income tax in plain language. Produced by the Certified General Accountants Association
 

Summary: Personal Tax Planning 2009/2010 explains Canadian personal income tax in
plain language. Produced by the Certified General Accountants Association
of Canada, this annually updated book will help you understand the
personal income tax system in Canada and in your province or territory.
The book contains a wealth of information used by CGAs to keep on top
of developments in the tax field, including how to handle
employment income, expenses, and allowable deductions
income and dividends from a business and self-employment
business and self-employment expenses
investment income and expenses
personal deductions
tax-planning issues, including income splitting, tax-advantaged
instruments, and deferred income plans
tax credits and related items
Easy-to-read charts list the multitude of personal tax credits available to
Canadians, as well as federal and provincial/territorial marginal tax rates at
different levels of taxable income, along with other important statistics.
Tax-planning tips to minimize
or defer income tax payable
Income tax rules

  

Source: Argerami, Martin - Department of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Regina

 

Collections: Mathematics