Using a vehicle for business means you face an intricate set of tax laws when it comes to claiming your expenses. Find out how you can take advantage of certain tax deductions in this annual guide, summary and employee log.
This latest edition of Canadian Insurance Taxation represents a comprehensive update written by PwC’s tax partners Jason Swales and Erdem Erinc.
Paying Taxes is a unique study from PwC, World Bank and IFC. Now in its tenth year, the study provides data on tax systems in 189 economies around the world, with an ability to monitor tax reform.
PwC’s second edition of Taxation and tax incentives in Ontario: Your essential guide is an indispensable reference tool for any person or entity that does business in Ontario or is considering doing business in Ontario. It will also help if you live in Ontario or might move here.
The Year-end tax planner is designed primarily for individuals who have accumulated some wealth or own their own businesses (large or small). It includes year-end tax planning checklists.
Tax changes, rates, deadlines and other useful information for the insurance industry in Canada.
Canada has numerous tax incentives for companies that develop film, video and digital content, including video games. For help understanding these incentives, navigate the interactive maps and read PwC’s big table publications.
Our Tax facts and figures: Canada 2015 convenient reference guide includes Canadian individual and corporate tax rates and deadlines, summaries of recent tax cases and a wide range of other valuable tax information.
Investors and analysts are increasingly calling for a more complete and transparent disclosure of total costs of production in the mining industry as margins have been squeezed by the recent decline in commodity prices.
This publication provides guidance from the industry leaders on the complexities of mining taxation in Canada. Covers all project stages – from exploration to production – to help you manage your tax risks.
This publication summarizes the way in which Canadian oil and gas operations are taxed by the Canadian federal and western provincial governments.