Education Under The Tax Bill, For-Profit Colleges And More Women In Med School

Before you head out to celebrate the holidays and welcome the new year, here is our last weekly roundup of 2017. Education under the new tax bill Graduate students can breathe easier after learning that tuition waivers will remain tax-free, according to the final version of the House-Senate tax bill that passed […]

Rosenberg: Proposed small business tax changes ‘make no sense’

Rosenberg: Proposed small business tax changes ‘make no sense’ Rosenberg: Ottawa’s tax reform to set off the perfect storm The federal government’s proposed changes to taxes for private corporations “make no sense” and will increase the chances of a Canadian recession, according to Gluskin Sheff Chief Economist David Rosenberg. “The […]

Report on Small Business newsletter: A marijuana marketplace, food factory odors and federal tax changes

With legalization coming, Toronto startup aims to blaze a trail in cannabis With recreational marijuana legal in eight U.S. states and legalization only a year away in Canada, a Toronto-based startup has its sights set on dominating the global cannabis media market and becoming the central marketplace for buying weed […]

Ranking Democrat Calls for Relief from Tax Burden on Small Business

Senator Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH), ranking member on the U.S. Senate Committee on Small Business and Entrepreneurship, recently issued a statement calling for removing the burdens the U.S. tax code imposes on small businesses. The statement by Sen. Shaheen was made June 14 at a Senate hearing examining the impact of […]

Budget reply: Bill Shorten leaves small business tax cut up in the air

The small business tax rate under a Labor government is still undecided while the party places a cap on the amount claimable for accounting and legal advice and pledges to pump more money into TAFE and training. Small business didn’t rate a mention in opposition leader Bill Shorten’s budget reply on Thursday night. […]