Entries by KHGrandForks

Investors Beware

Have you been given advice by a financial advisor to borrow money and then use that money to invest? Follow the link to an informative article regarding this not-so-great advice on leveraged investing. http://www.theglobeandmail.com/globe-investor/personal-finance/ted-rechtshaffen/terrible-financial-advice-available-at-a-location-near-you/article2234183/

Hiring Credit for Small Business

Are you a small business that paid less than $10,000.00 in employer’s EI premiums in 2010? You may be elibible for the Hiring Credit for Small Business (HCSB). This is a one-time credit of up to $1,000.00. The credit is calculated based on the difference between the 2010 and 2011 EI premiums paid by your […]

Helpful website

Starting a business? Not sure what permits and licences you require? BizPal is a new service that, through a series of online questions, determines the permits and licences you need to establish and run a business in your area. The following 40 communities in BC have adopted BizPal: 100 Mile House, Williams Lake, Dawson Creek, […]

Annual KHGroup PD day 2011

The Kemp Harvey Group partners and staff met yesterday in Kelowna for the Annual Kemp Harvey Group Professional Development Day.   Terry Craig from the Osoyoos office presented a personal and corporate tax update. Terry also focused on US filing requirements for US citizens living in Canada. Did you know US taxation is based on citizenship? […]

Education Fair

Courtenay Macgregor and Sarah Kientz from the Grand Forks office attended the Selkirk College Education and Career Fair to promote the CGA program of professional studies on October 6, 2011. They had a great time meeting new students and dicussing the challenges and awards of the CGA program.