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The coronavirus, or COVID-19, is inciting panic for a number of reasons. It’s a new virus, meaning no one has immunity, and there is no vaccine. Its novelty means that scientists aren’t sure yet how it behaves they have little history to go on.
It’s likely that the Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) originated in an animal species, and then spread to humans.Person to person spread of the novel corona virus is reported, but it is not yet understood how easily this happens.
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Resources & Guides
Self-Employed May Not Repay CERB: Canadian Tax Lawyer Guide
Introduction - Self-Employed Canadians May Not Have to Repay the Canada Emergency Response Benefit & Interest Relief for COVID-19 Income Support Recipients In December 2020,…
Tax Measures Due To COVID-19
The Government has taken several steps as part of its COVID-19 Economic Response Plan to mitigate the taxpayers’ difficulties. These measures include filing extensions and…
Ontario COVID-19 Business Support Grants: Ontario Tax Lawyer Guide
Introduction – Ontario’s COVID-19 Business Support Grants Many Ontario small businesses have been financially impacted by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic specifically by Ontario’s province wide…
Some of the relief measures implemented by the Canadian government involve complex rules and requirements. Before you take advantage of any of these relief measures, talk to a Canadian tax lawyer first to gain a better understanding of which relief measure fits your need.
Frequently Asked Questions
The Canadian government’s regional development agencies (RDAs) are currently providing programs (tailored depending on different provinces), as well as their services and insights and information to help alleviate the challenges experienced by businesses due to COVID-19. Then there’s the Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy (CEWS), a wage subsidy program that’s offered until June of 2021.
All employers in Canada are eligible, except for public sector entities like hospitals, schools, municipalities, and Crown corporations. You have to have experienced a significant decrease in business revenues in order to qualify.
If you’ve lost income due to the pandemic, you can apply to the Canada Emergency Response Benefit (CERB). To qualify, you need to provide proof that you’ve not received income for at least 14 days because of COVID-19.