Posts Tagged ‘vehicle’
Vehicle expenses – simplified logbook for deductions? Think again!
Note: This article originally appeared on georgeEdube.com. Doing a logbook for all your motor vehicle expenses is hard work. You have to consistently record the trips you make related to your real estate business, such as driving to and from Home Hardware to buy paint supplies or from your business to meet a customer. In […]
Should I buy my vehicle personally or in my company?
It’s safe to say that I get this question about three times each month from our clients: “What makes sense from a tax perspective? Buying a car personally or in my company?” In the vast majority of cases, it’s better to buy a vehicle personally, then charge the company for your business use, by the kilometre. (For […]
Lease or buy a vehicle: What’s the best tax advantage?
We regularly receive somewhat urgent emails from our clients about a car breaking down suddenly. Someone needs to make a decision on whether to lease or buy quickly, but they want to know: what makes sense from a tax perspective? Generally speaking, if you have a personally-owned business, or personally own two or more rental […]
Using employment expenses to get a free raise
How can your employer give you a raise, without spending any money? Ask your employer to fill out a T2200 form – Declarations of Conditions of Employment. With a T2200, you have the ability to deduct employment expenses such as vehicles, assistants, supplies, etc. This means paying less in personal taxes. You’ll need this before […]