Posts Tagged ‘budget’

Real estate & construction industry: Budget sets sights on business owners & investors

Posted on: March 30th, 2017 by Real Estate Accountants 1 Comment

For those in the real estate and construction industries, it’s what wasn’t in the 2017 Federal Budget that should give pause for concern. While money for a national housing strategy is a plus, the potential attacks on key tax planning tools for business owners is worrisome. In contrast to the prior two budgets, this budget […]

Federal Budget 2014 – What it means for you

Posted on: February 13th, 2014 by Real Estate Accountants No Comments

As the federal government has been indicating for some time, the 2014 federal budget was relatively boring as budgets go. Really, it was meant to show the economic management prowess the government possesses. But, next year’s election year budget will be the one to really watch. Balanced budgets…and debt reduction? While quite happy to see […]

2013 Federal Budget – A focus on tax changes

Posted on: March 26th, 2013 by Real Estate Accountants 4 Comments

We’ve now seen some of the provinces come through with their budgets and as a general rule there are certainly financial concerns, dealt with by tax increases (direct or indirect) and spending cuts. With the federal budget (on the first day of the real March Madness games) we are faced with much of the same […]