and the contribution limit just rose to $6,000. It’s the perfect time to take a fresh look at the features of this tax-efficient investment vehicle that Canadians are using more than ever. In March 2008, when the federal finance minister at that time, the late Jim Flaherty, tabled his budget, it included a surprise for Canadian taxpayers: effective the followingRead more
Category Archives: Absenteeism
Dale Barrett Managing Partner Barrett Tax Law Arguably, the cheapest, fastest, and dirtiest way in which the CRA can audit a taxpayer is by employing the “net worth” method. It throws all principals of good audit practice to the wind and allows the auditor to essentially go freestyle. And it results in reassessments. Lots and lots of huge, unfairRead more
Keep in mind that while we are reducing absenteeism; we are also reducing turnover, if we are creating conditions that inspire employees to come to work. I am proud to say that am batting nearly 1,000 when it comes to retaining personnel. I can count on one hand how many people have quit their position; while they were working forRead more
Absenteeism: Part II – Controlling absenteeism may lead to a competitive advantage over your competitors.
Yesterday we spoke about absenteeism costing the Canadian economy billions of dollars every year. When we are working hard trying to make our organizations profitable; absenteeism can be a major blow to our bottom line. Why not control absenteeism in your organization; this may even lead to a competitive advantage over your competitors. Encourage your team to exercise; there areRead more
Absenteeism costs the Canadian economy billions of dollars every year. When we are working hard trying to make our organizations profitable; absenteeism can be a major blow to our bottom line. It can also cause the loss of customers because of delivery delays and inferior quality. It affects the morale and performance of the other team members and an alreadyRead more