Taxation

Taxation refers to the practice of a government collecting money from its citizens and businesses to pay for public services. Depending on where you conduct your business, taxes may include any combination of municipal, provincial and federal tax.

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Overview

The Business Link provides an overview of various resources to help prepare your business for the tax issues it will face.

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The Tax System in Alberta

The tax system in Alberta is administered at two levels, both federally and provincially. This Government of Alberta details the provincial tax information in this resource.

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Canada Revenue Agency for Businesses

The Canadian Revenue Agency has developed this portal to provide easy access all tax topics for business.

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Important Deadlines for Businesses

The Canadian Revenue Agency has compiled a list of important dates for business activities connected with the federal government.

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Guide for Canadian Small Businesses

This guide will introduce you to the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) programs and online services your business needs to know about. It gives an overview of the obligations and entitlements under the laws that the CRA administers.

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Goods and Services Tax (GST) /Harmonized Sales Tax (HST)

GST is a tax that applies to the supply of most property and services in Canada. Although the consumer pays the tax, businesses are generally responsible for collecting and remitting it to the government.

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Payroll

As an employer, you are responsible for deducting Canada Pension Plan contributions, Employment Insurance premiums and income tax from remuneration. The Canadian Revenue Agency has the information needed to make these deductions.

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Business Number Registration

Registering for a business number simplifies and streamlines the way businesses deal with the federal government. The Canadian Revenue Agency has resources and forms related to business number registration.

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Sole Proprietorships and Partnerships Tax Returns

Businesses run as a sole proprietorship or with someone else as a partnership, have separate tax returns from corporations.

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Corporate T2 Tax Returns

Corporations must file tax returns with the Canadian Revenue Agency. All of the necessary forms and information can be found in this resource.

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Audit

The Canada Revenue Agency conducts business audits to closely examine books and records of small and medium-sized businesses to make sure they fulfill their obligations, apply tax laws correctly, and receive any amounts to which they are entitled. This resource details the audit process.

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Corporate Income Tax

Corporations operating in Alberta are required to file Alberta corporate tax returns in addition to filing with Canada Revenue Agency.

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Municipal Taxes

These municipal profiles are a compilation of statistical, financial, and other information about municipalities in the Province of Alberta. This database includes property tax rates.

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Leduc County Property Taxes

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City of Leduc Property Taxes

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Town of Beaumont Property Taxes

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Town of Calmar Property Taxes

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Town of Thorsby Property Taxes

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