It’s a $42-billion underground economy. Finance Minister Bill Morneau, however, seems to have other priorities.
“Taxes are the only reason for OCOT existing,” says Christine
“Cash is no good to a contractor,” says Joe. We can hear some of you screaming “Then send it my way!” But Joe is in some respects correct.
“They see some money sitting in hard working small business accounts and they want it.”
“Flat rate billing never made sense to me,” says retired plumber Harry
“Does this remind anyone of Trudeau Senior?” asks Anne, worried about her family farm
Contractor says that his business would have gone out of business years ago if Morneau’s plan had been in place when he acquired two other firms
Bob Young lets the Trudeau government have it, in one of the angriest posts we have seen
“Charge them with conspiracy to commit tax fraud!”
If you are looking for sales mentors in our industry, the pages of our magazine are full of them
Extensive black told was evident on the drywall. The drywallers simply plastered over the damaged areas.
“Solar panels on an average home can produce 15 megawatts per year.”
Finance Minister Bill Morneau is spearheading a plan to alter Ottawa’s tax rules for professional corporations
Let us know if you think you will be affected.
Municipalities can’t have their cake and eat it, too. If they want to protect agricultural areas, they have to end their anti-development attitudes in the city.
All well and good, George, but your example is in Hawaii! How would SABS hold up in Canadian snow load conditions?
“I am not worried (about deposits). I am properly financed,” says Tim
“But there is no need for alphabet soup regulatory agencies!”