How to protect your business from hackers
The cost of cybercrime
No business can afford to ignore the threat of cybercrime.
From ransomware and phishing scams to DDoS attacks, PUPs and cloud account hijacking, hackers employ a range of techniques to infiltrate business networks and steal private data.
All of us here at J.M.J. Accounting & Tax Services Inc. would like to wish everyone a very Merry Christmas and a happy, healthy, peaceful New Year!
Not many words have the ability to make stress levels of some individuals and small business owners skyrocket like the word – taxes. However, with the right attitude and knowledge, you could get through tax season without a hitch.
Just the mention of the word “taxes” can cause stress and anxiety in some individuals and small business owners. If you want to get through tax season without a hitch, avoid these common mistakes people make when preparing their taxes.
If you own or operate a business, you know how important financial accounting is to your bottom line. Hiring an accountant can help you gain more tax savings and organize your financial affairs. Whether you use tax filing, bookkeeping, payroll services or require financial reports, hiring an accountant can help you stay on track.
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On October 3, 2016, the Canadian Government announced a new important, administrative change regarding the sale of your principal residence. Currently, Canadian tax payers are eligible for a principal residence exception if their home is their principal residence for every year they have owned it.
In March 2016, Justin Trudeau, the prime minister of Canada accompanied by the minister of finance Bill Morneau, declared the federal budget in the House of Commons. The budget was met with mixed responses from various communities.
There were plenty of changes courtesy of the Trudeau government that were to be put into effect in 2016/2017. On 7th December, Ontario updated the new tax changes which were officially released by Bill Morneau, the Finance Minister