Off the Books with Michael Spigelman

Off the Books with Michael Spigelman

What is your main area of focus with Sloan Partners? As a Partner at Sloan, my focus is managing a diverse group of private entrepreneurial clients, providing accounting, taxation and business consulting services. These clients run non-public companies so they require a lot of my involvement. ...

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Client Spotlight: Publisher Offers a Glimpse into Extreme Homes

Client Spotlight: Steven Griffin of Homes and Cottages Magazine

Steven Griffin took a non-direct route to his career as a publisher.  His first passion was architecture, and he was successfully building his practice when a medical scare triggered a reflection on his life and what he really wanted to do.  “People always say to think outside the box.  As an ...

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A Commitment to Physical and Fiscal Fitness

physical and fiscal fitness

After a spell of inactivity, I am finally getting back into working out and training. I was a committed runner and cyclist for a number of years; completing half-marathons, 10Ks and several triathlons. I got tired and took some time off, but recently set up my bike on a stationary trainer at ...

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What’s New for the 2016 Tax-Filing Season?

tax season again

As we come into full swing of tax-filing season, here are a few things to keep in mind. Child Care Deduction: The child care deduction is increased by $1,000 Children under age 7 from $7,000 to $8,000 Children 7 to 16 (or over) to $5,000 from $4,000 Children with a disability tax certificate to ...

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CRA Now Enforcing Shareholder Payroll Legislation

payroll

Over the past few years, CRA has embarked on a number of projects to deal with the way that companies pay their owners. In prior years, it was standard practice for companies to pay “management fees” to individuals who were shareholders of the companies. These fees were reported on personal tax ...

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