Posts Tagged ‘construction’

COVID-19: Cash Flow and Incentives for the Real Estate and Construction Industry

Posted on: April 27th, 2020 by Real Estate Accountants

Updated May 22, 2020 – The cash flow management and government incentives available for the real estate and construction industry for the COVID-19 crisis can provide relief. Right now, business owners are concerned about safety, cash flow and economic survival. The rules governing these programs, though, are changing regularly. Below, we have provided a summary […]

2019 Federal Budget: Impact on real estate and construction

Posted on: March 29th, 2019 by Real Estate Accountants
Federal Government, Budget

Like many other industries, those in real estate and construction are affected by the 2019 Federal Budget update. A general synopsis of the budget can be found here. Many business owners and investors are aware of the seemingly never-ending series of budget deficits. This is particularly ironic given that government and other organizations encourage Canadians […]

Brownfield development: Factors to consider

Posted on: February 20th, 2017 by Real Estate Accountants

Developing “brownfields” – those abandoned or underused┬áplaces where past activities may have left behind environmental contamination – is a more and more common practice for real estate investors and developers. Why? Brownfields are often located in places that would otherwise be considered ideal for development, including downtowns, waterfronts, and next to residential areas that provide […]

Tax reporting for sub-contractors

Posted on: February 3rd, 2011 by Dube & Cuttini

Tax reporting for sub-contractors, particularly in the construction and real estate industries, is expected to come under greater scrutiny this year by Canada Revenue Agency. The government is trying to cut down on the underground “cash” business, or employees who are claiming to be businesses to claim tax deductions they wouldn’t otherwise be eligible for. […]