Looking ahead to 2020 (November 2019)
Planning for – or even thinking about – 2020 taxes when it’s not
even December 2019 may seem more than a little premature. However,
most Canadians will start paying their taxes for 2...
Taking stock of your TFSA (October 2019)
Tax-free savings accounts (TFSAs) have been around for a full
decade now, having been introduced in 2009, and for most Canadians,
a TFSA (along with a registered retirement savings plan (RRSP)) is
When are legal fees deductible? (October 2019)
In most cases, the need to seek out and obtain legal services (and
to pay for them) is associated with life’s more unwelcome
occurrences and experiences — a divorce, a dispute over a famil...
2019 Personal Tax Rates
Dividends ( Eligible)
Up to $43,900
$43,900 to $47,600
$47,600 to $77,300
$77,300 to $87,800
$87,800 to $91,100
$91,100 to $95,300
$95,300 to $147,600
$147,600 to $150,000
$150,000 to $210,400
$210,400 to $220,000
Greater than $220,000
2019 Corporate Tax Rates
CCPC up to $500,000
Ordinary corporate income
Manufacturing and processing corporate rate
Refundable portion of tax on investment income
Net of refundable on investment income
Tax on portfolio dividends
Dividend gross-up (eligible)
Dividend gross-up (ineligible)
A New Consulting Division at Lund & Associates …
Services Relating to the Sale of a Business
We are excited to announce that we are expanding at Lund & Associates to include a consulting division to offer services relating to the planning for and actual sale of a business at a maximum value.
Valuing the business
Preparing the business for sale to maximize value
Minimizing risk factors for a purchaser that affect the ability to sell the business
Tax planning relating to the sale of a business
Preparing information documents to assist in the sale process
Identifying potential buyers and approaching the buyers
Assisting with the negotiation of terms to the point of a Letter of Intent
Coordinating document flow with banks/lenders involved in the business and sales transaction
Liaison with lawyers to assist in preparation of agreements
We have developed expertise in this area over several years as we have been working with owner-managers right through their business cycle from start-up to eventual sale of the business.
In most cases planning for the sale of a business should begin several years before the planned sale date.
If you, or anyone you know, are interested in discussing how we can help you prepare for the Sale of a Business please contact Brad Lund at , firstname.lastname@example.org .