List of TaxTron Tax Preparation Software Products #business #day

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TaxTron’s Tax Preparation Software Products

Features

  • Do your taxes in as little as 10 minutes
  • Easy, step-by-step approach guides you through preparing your taxes
  • The interface looks like your actual tax slips, making it easier to enter your information.
  • Print and file your Canadian income tax returns by mail or NETFILE
  • Government approved by Canada Revenue Agency
  • TaxTron is 100% Canadian-owned and developed
  • TaxTron can be downloaded and you can prepare your return for free, but in order to print or NETFILE your return you will need to purchase a license from our website by going to our Purchase page.

Canada Revenue Limitation

  • Form T1273 only allows 15 occurrences in section 7 and 8.

Revenue Quebec Exclusions

  • TaxTron does not handle tax returns in which there are more than two informations in Section 7 (Expenses incurred to earn income from a partnership (TP-80 lines 485 to 487)
  • TaxTron does not handle tax returns needing more than one form for Costs incurred for work on a building (TP-1086.R23.12)
  • TaxTron does not handle tax returns indicating more than four deductions for Capital Cost Allowance (CCA) in the relevant form Income and Expenses from Rental Property (TP-128)
  • TaxTron does not handle tax returns indicating more than six deductions for CCA in the relevant form Income and Expenses from Business/Profession (TP-80)

TaxTron T1 for Professionals

Prepare unlimited returns for your clients quickly and easily! Generate invoices from within the software. Electronically prepare and submit T1013 and T1135 forms for your clients.

TaxTron Professional is meant for practitioners who have an efiler number. An Efile number is required to electronically file corporate tax returns. You can obtain an Efiler Number from CRA .

  • Mac OS 10.7, or higher and an Intel processor is required. This product will NOT work on OS 10.6 or lower (TaxTron 2010 and earlier requires Mac OS 10.6 or earlier)
  • Windows 10, 8, 7, Vista or XP is required

Note: Users running on Windows XP need to ensure they have downloaded and installed the .NET Framework version 2 or higher package from Microsoft .

Corporate T2 Exclusions

Income Tax Regulation 403 – Insurance corporations
Income Tax Regulation 404 – Banks
Income Tax Regulation 405 – Trust and loan corporations

Schedules not supported by TaxTron

Schedule 042 – Calculation of Unused Part I Tax Credit
Schedule 043 – Calculation of Parts IV.1 and VI.1 Taxes
Schedule 043 – Calculation of Parts IV.1 and VI.1 Taxes
Schedule 045 – Agreement Respecting Liability for Part VI.1 Tax
Schedule 046 – Part II – Tobacco Manufacturers’ Surtax
Schedule 073 – Income Inclusion Summary for Corporations that are Members of Partnerships Canadian Film or Video Production Tax Credit and related provincial forms
Film or Video Production Services Tax Credit and related provincial forms
Digital Media Tax Credit

Provincial forms not supported by TaxTron

Newfoundland and Labrador

Schedule 301 – Newfoundland and Labrador Research and Development Tax Credit
Schedule 303 – Newfoundland and Labrador Direct Equity Tax Credit
Schedule 304 – Newfoundland and Labrador Resort Property Investment Tax Credit

Prince Edward Island

Schedule 321 – Prince Edward Island Corporate Investment Tax Credit

Schedule 344 – Nova Scotia Manufacturing and Processing Investment Tax Credit

Schedule 360 – New Brunswick Research and Development Tax Credit

Schedule 380 – Manitoba Research and Development Tax Credit
Schedule 384 – Manitoba Co-op Education and Apprenticeship Tax Credit
Schedule 385 – Manitoba Odour-Control Tax Credit
Schedule 387 – Manitoba Small Business Venture Capital Tax Credit
Schedule 389 – Manitoba Book Publishing Tax Credit
Schedule 392 – Manitoba Data Processing Investment Tax Credits
Schedule 393 – Manitoba Nutrient Management Tax Credit

Schedule 402 – Saskatchewan Manufacturing and Processing Investment Tax Credit
Schedule 403 – Saskatchewan Research and Development Tax Credit
Schedule 410 – Additional Certificate Numbers for the Saskatchewan Film Employment Tax Credit

Schedule 421 – British Columbia Mining Exploration Tax Credit
Schedule 425 – (Form T666) British Columbia (BC) Scientific Research and Experimental Development Tax Credit
Schedule 426 – British Columbia Manufacturing and Processing Tax Credit
Schedule 428 – British Columbia Training Tax Credit
Schedule 430 – British Columbia Shipbuilding and Ship Repair Industry Tax Credit

Schedule 442 – Yukon Research and Development Tax Credit

Schedule 460 – Northwest Territories Investment Tax Credit

Schedule 490 – Nunavut Business Training Tax Credit





Synovial Fluid Analysis #synovial #fluid #analysis, # #2006 #21st #abnormal #abnormally #activities


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Synovial Fluid Analysis

Synovial fluid analysis is a group of tests that examine joint (synovial) fluid. The tests help diagnose and treat joint-related problems.

Alternative Names

Joint fluid analysis; Joint fluid aspiration

How the test is performed

A sample of synovial fluid is needed for this test. Synovial fluid is normally a thick, straw-colored liquid found in small amounts in joints, bursae, and tendon sheaths.

After the area is cleaned, the health care provider will insert a sterile needle through the skin and into the joint space. Once in the joint, fluid is drawn through the needle into a sterile syringe.

The fluid sample is sent to the laboratory. The laboratory technician will check the sample’s color and clarity, and then place it under a microscope to check it for red and white blood cells, crystals (in the case of gout), and bacteria. In addition, there may be a chemical analysis, and if infection is a concern, a sample will be cultured to see if any bacteria grow.

How to prepare for the test

Normally, no special preparation is necessary, but contact your health care provider before the test to make sure. Tell your doctor if you are taking blood thinners, as they can affect test results.

How the test will feel

Occasionally, the health care provider will first inject local anesthesia with a small needle, which will sting. The aspiration is done with a larger needle and may also cause some pain. The procedure usually lasts less than one minute.

Why the test is performed

The test can help diagnose the cause of pain or swelling in joints. Removing the fluid can also help relieve joint pain.

This test may be used to diagnose:

  • Gout
  • Infection
  • Other inflammatory joint conditions
  • Joint injury
  • Osteoarthritis

What abnormal results mean

Abnormal joint fluid may look cloudy or abnormally thick.

Blood in the joint fluid may be a sign of injury inside the joint or a body-wide bleeding problem. An excess amount of normal synovial fluid can also be a sign of osteoarthritis.

What the risks are

  • Infection of the joint — unusual but more common with repeated aspirations
  • Bleeding into the joint space

Special considerations

Ice or cold packs may be applied to the joint for 24 to 36 hours after the test to reduce the swelling and joint pain. Depending on the exact problem, you can probably resume your normal activities after the procedure. Talk to your health care provider to determine what activity is most appropriate for you.

References

Knight JA, Kjeldsberg CR. Cerebrospinal, synovial, and serous body fluids. In: McPherson RA, Pincus MR, eds. Henry’s Clinical Diagnosis and Management by Laboratory Methods. 21st ed. Philadelphia, Pa: Saunders Elsevier; 2006:chap 28.

Review Date: 7/10/2009

The information provided herein should not be used during any medical emergency or for the diagnosis or treatment of any medical condition. A licensed physician should be consulted for diagnosis and treatment of any and all medical conditions. Call 911 for all medical emergencies. Links to other sites are provided for information only — they do not constitute endorsements of those other sites. Copyright 2010 A.D.A.M. Inc. as modified by University of California San Francisco. Any duplication or distribution of the information contained herein is strictly prohibited.

Information developed by A.D.A.M. Inc. regarding tests and test results may not directly correspond with information provided by UCSF Medical Center. Please discuss with your doctor any questions or concerns you may have.

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List of TaxTron Tax Preparation Software Products #business #financing #options

#business tax software

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TaxTron’s Tax Preparation Software Products

Features

  • Do your taxes in as little as 10 minutes
  • Easy, step-by-step approach guides you through preparing your taxes
  • The interface looks like your actual tax slips, making it easier to enter your information.
  • Print and file your Canadian income tax returns by mail or NETFILE
  • Government approved by Canada Revenue Agency
  • TaxTron is 100% Canadian-owned and developed
  • TaxTron can be downloaded and you can prepare your return for free, but in order to print or NETFILE your return you will need to purchase a license from our website by going to our Purchase page.

Canada Revenue Limitation

  • Form T1273 only allows 15 occurrences in section 7 and 8.

Revenue Quebec Exclusions

  • TaxTron does not handle tax returns in which there are more than two informations in Section 7 (Expenses incurred to earn income from a partnership (TP-80 lines 485 to 487)
  • TaxTron does not handle tax returns needing more than one form for Costs incurred for work on a building (TP-1086.R23.12)
  • TaxTron does not handle tax returns indicating more than four deductions for Capital Cost Allowance (CCA) in the relevant form Income and Expenses from Rental Property (TP-128)
  • TaxTron does not handle tax returns indicating more than six deductions for CCA in the relevant form Income and Expenses from Business/Profession (TP-80)

TaxTron T1 for Professionals

Prepare unlimited returns for your clients quickly and easily! Generate invoices from within the software. Electronically prepare and submit T1013 and T1135 forms for your clients.

TaxTron Professional is meant for practitioners who have an efiler number. An Efile number is required to electronically file corporate tax returns. You can obtain an Efiler Number from CRA .

  • Mac OS 10.7, or higher and an Intel processor is required. This product will NOT work on OS 10.6 or lower (TaxTron 2010 and earlier requires Mac OS 10.6 or earlier)
  • Windows 10, 8, 7, Vista or XP is required

Note: Users running on Windows XP need to ensure they have downloaded and installed the .NET Framework version 2 or higher package from Microsoft .

Corporate T2 Exclusions

Income Tax Regulation 403 – Insurance corporations
Income Tax Regulation 404 – Banks
Income Tax Regulation 405 – Trust and loan corporations

Schedules not supported by TaxTron

Schedule 042 – Calculation of Unused Part I Tax Credit
Schedule 043 – Calculation of Parts IV.1 and VI.1 Taxes
Schedule 043 – Calculation of Parts IV.1 and VI.1 Taxes
Schedule 045 – Agreement Respecting Liability for Part VI.1 Tax
Schedule 046 – Part II – Tobacco Manufacturers’ Surtax
Schedule 073 – Income Inclusion Summary for Corporations that are Members of Partnerships Canadian Film or Video Production Tax Credit and related provincial forms
Film or Video Production Services Tax Credit and related provincial forms
Digital Media Tax Credit

Provincial forms not supported by TaxTron

Newfoundland and Labrador

Schedule 301 – Newfoundland and Labrador Research and Development Tax Credit
Schedule 303 – Newfoundland and Labrador Direct Equity Tax Credit
Schedule 304 – Newfoundland and Labrador Resort Property Investment Tax Credit

Prince Edward Island

Schedule 321 – Prince Edward Island Corporate Investment Tax Credit

Schedule 344 – Nova Scotia Manufacturing and Processing Investment Tax Credit

Schedule 360 – New Brunswick Research and Development Tax Credit

Schedule 380 – Manitoba Research and Development Tax Credit
Schedule 384 – Manitoba Co-op Education and Apprenticeship Tax Credit
Schedule 385 – Manitoba Odour-Control Tax Credit
Schedule 387 – Manitoba Small Business Venture Capital Tax Credit
Schedule 389 – Manitoba Book Publishing Tax Credit
Schedule 392 – Manitoba Data Processing Investment Tax Credits
Schedule 393 – Manitoba Nutrient Management Tax Credit

Schedule 402 – Saskatchewan Manufacturing and Processing Investment Tax Credit
Schedule 403 – Saskatchewan Research and Development Tax Credit
Schedule 410 – Additional Certificate Numbers for the Saskatchewan Film Employment Tax Credit

Schedule 421 – British Columbia Mining Exploration Tax Credit
Schedule 425 – (Form T666) British Columbia (BC) Scientific Research and Experimental Development Tax Credit
Schedule 426 – British Columbia Manufacturing and Processing Tax Credit
Schedule 428 – British Columbia Training Tax Credit
Schedule 430 – British Columbia Shipbuilding and Ship Repair Industry Tax Credit

Schedule 442 – Yukon Research and Development Tax Credit

Schedule 460 – Northwest Territories Investment Tax Credit

Schedule 490 – Nunavut Business Training Tax Credit





Lockmasters Security Institute Professional Locksmithing #lsi,education,lockmasters,security,locksmith #school,lock,locksmith,locksmithing,locksmith #training,10-day,hands-on,comprehensive #knowledge,technician,service,install, #trouble #shoot,master #key,commercial


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Professional Locksmithing

The BEST Professional Locksmithing course available anywhere!

Course Description

This 10-day hands-on course provides you with a comprehensive knowledge of locks and a fundamental base to becoming a professional locksmith. The training in this course will provide you with the skills necessary to become a competent technician who can service, install, trouble shoot and master key most commercial, industrial, and residential key lock systems. You will learn the capabilities and vulnerabilities of the key lock systems used in class. This knowledge will allow you to properly plan the installation of security hardware for any situation.

Who Should Attend

LSI’s Professional Locksmithing course is ideal for individuals who have never had formal training or for those who are interested in making a career change in the highly competitive and stable field of Locksmithing and Security. Prospective students are:

– Field Security Officer – Security Manager – Access Control Technician
– Locksmith – Military Support Personnel – Security Contractors
– IT Specialist – Security Consultants – GSA Technician/Inspector

Objective

Identifying keys by manufacture, design, and type
Rekey pin tumbler style locking systems
Service and maintenance for pin tumbler style locking systems
Door preparation and lock installation
Hand file keys to known depth and space data
General use and calibration of key duplicating and originating machines
Employment of several lock by-pass techniques to include: picking, impressioning, bumping and tool specific by-pass.
Master key system creation and implementation
Understanding of high security lock systems
Install and service utility style cam locks

Subjects Covered

Key blank identification
Lock identification
Hand filing
Rekeying
Door preparation and drilling
Lock installation
Lock functions
Lock picking
Lock impressioning
Master keying
Small format interchangeable cores (BEST)
ASSA high security locks
Mortise lock tear down and servicing
Disc lock installation and picking (Utility cam locks)
Kaba Unican mechanical pushbutton locks
Key Duplicators
Code cutting equipment and software

Course Includes

LSI Professional Locksmith manual
Lab .003 universal pinning kit
Basic hand tools and tool bag
4 brand new cylindrical locksets
Lock pick set


Chesterfield Traffic Attorney #personal #injury, #automobile #accidents, #tractor #trailer #accidents, #wrongful #deaths,


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Attorney Profile

Thomas L. Gordon, Partner

  • Meadowbrook High School, Class of 1973
  • North Carolina State University, Bachelor of Science in sociology and criminal justice, 1976
  • T.C Williams School of Law, University of Richmond, Juris Doctor, 1979
  • Licensed as an Attorney and Counsellor at Law in the Commonwealth of Virginia in 1980
  • Member, Virginia State Bar Association (Family Law Section)
  • Member, Richmond Criminal Bar Association
  • Member, Chesterfield/Colonial Heights Bar Association

Randy B. Rowlett, Partner

  • Matoaca High School, Class of 1980
  • College of William and Mary, Bachelor of Arts 1984
  • College of William and Mary, Marshall-Wythe School of Law, Juris Doctor, 1993
  • Licensed as an Attorney and Counsellor at Law in the Commonwealth of Virginia in 1993
  • President-Elect of the Chesterfield/Colonial Heights Bar Association
  • Member, Virginia State Bar Association (Criminal Law Section)
  • Assistant Commonwealth’s Attorney, Chesterfield Commonwealth’s Attorney’s Office, 1992-98
  • Teacher and Coach, Meadowbrook High School, 1984-90
  • Instructor, Criminal Law, University of Richmond since 1995
  • Instructor, Legal Writing and Research, J Sergeant Reynolds Commiunity College, 1992 – 1998
  • Instructor, Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure Evidence for the Chesterfield Co Police Academy
  • Adjunct Faculty at University of Richmond
  • Undergraduate School of Arts Sciences – teaches Criminal Law
  • TC Williams School of Law – teaches Lawyering Skills
  • Past President of Chesterfield Bar Association

David S. Clements, Associate

  • Lloyd C. Bird High School, Class of 1990
  • Longwood College, graduated in 1994 (B.S. Degree in Political Science with a Pre-law Concentration )
  • University of Richmond, T.C. Williams School of Law, graduated in 1999. (J.D.)
  • Associate, Gordon, Dodson and Gordon
  • Associate, Jay Tronfeld and Associates
  • Intern, Chesterfield County Commonwealth’s Attorney Office
  • Licensed as an Attorney and Counselor at Law in the Commonwealth of Virginia in 1999.
  • Virginia State Bar Association (General Practice Section)

Donald E. Gulledge, Associate

  • Meadowbrook High School, Class of 1975
  • Virginia Commonwealth University, B.S. Business Administration and Management, 1983
  • T.C Williams School of Law, University of Richmond, Juris Doctor, 2001
  • Licensed as an Attorney and Counsellor at Law in the Commonwealth of Virginia in 2001
  • Qualified as guardian ad litem for children, 2001
  • Admitted U.S. District Court and U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of Virginia,2003
  • Admitted U.S Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit, 2003
  • Member, Virginia State Bar Association
  • Member, Chesterfield/Colonial Heights Bar Association
  • Vice President, Sure Way Transportation Co. Inc. 1995-1998
    Operations, Great Costal Express, Inc. 1981 – 1995

Ryan T. Spetz, Associate

  • Graduate of Mary Washington College in 1997
  • Graduate of University of Richmond Law School 2007
  • Clerked for Judge Powell of the Chesterfield Circuit Court, 2007-2008
  • Associate at Gordon, Dodson, Gordon Rowlett since 2008
  • Practice areas include criminal defense, domestic relations, Guardian ad litem for children, workers’ compensation,and social security

Matthew T. Mikula, Associate

  • Trinity Episcopal School, Class of 2000
  • Virginia Military Institute, Bachelor of Arts, English & The Fine Arts, With Distinction 2004
  • College of William and Mary, Marshall-Wythe School of Law, Juris Doctor, 2010
  • Licensed as an Attorney at Law in the Commonwealth of Virginia in 2011
  • Admitted to the United States Eastern District Courts, 2012
  • Admitted to the United States Western District Courts, 2012
  • Law Clerk to The Honorable Herbert C. Gill, Jr. Chesterfield County Circuit Court Judge, 2010-2011
  • Intern, Chesterfield Commonwealth Attorney’s Office, 2008
  • Member, Richmond Bar Association
  • Member, Chesterfield County Bar Association
  • Director, VMI Club of Richmond
  • Graduate of Auburn University, Bachelor of Arts 2008
  • Graduate of Cumberland School of Law, Samford University 2011
  • Licensed as an Attorney and Counsellor at Law in the Commonwealth of Virginia
  • Licensed as an Attorney and Counsellor at Law in the State of Alabama
  • Attorney, BrownGreer, 2013
  • Consultant, Avery Educate, LLC, since 2012
  • Legal Intern, United States Senate, November-January 2012
  • Judicial Aid, Judge Butch Binford, Alabama Circuit Court, June-August 2010
  • Data Analyst, RASBO, Inc. May-August 2011
  • Intern, Office of the District Attorney, Circuit 20, May-July 2007
  • Member, Alabama State Bar
  • Member, Virginia State Bar
  • Matoaca High School, Class of 2004
  • University of Virginia, Bachelor of Arts in Economics, 2008
  • Campbell University, Juris Doctor, 2014
  • Licensed as an Attorney at Law in the Commonwealth of Virginia in 2014
  • Intern, North & Associates, 2014
  • Intern, The Law Offices of John T. Orcutt, 2014
  • Intern, Gordon, Dodson, Gordon & Rowlett, 2013
  • Intern, Everett Gaskins Hancock, LLP, 2013
  • Intern, Office of the Attorney General of Virginia, Medicaid and Social Services Division, 2012
  • Research Assistant, Campbell University, 2012
  • Senior Associate Paralegal and Appellate Consultant, The Lex Group, 2008-2011
  • Member, Virginia State Bar


List of TaxTron Tax Preparation Software Products #business #promotional #items

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TaxTron’s Tax Preparation Software Products

Features

  • Do your taxes in as little as 10 minutes
  • Easy, step-by-step approach guides you through preparing your taxes
  • The interface looks like your actual tax slips, making it easier to enter your information.
  • Print and file your Canadian income tax returns by mail or NETFILE
  • Government approved by Canada Revenue Agency
  • TaxTron is 100% Canadian-owned and developed
  • TaxTron can be downloaded and you can prepare your return for free, but in order to print or NETFILE your return you will need to purchase a license from our website by going to our Purchase page.

Canada Revenue Limitation

  • Form T1273 only allows 15 occurrences in section 7 and 8.

Revenue Quebec Exclusions

  • TaxTron does not handle tax returns in which there are more than two informations in Section 7 (Expenses incurred to earn income from a partnership (TP-80 lines 485 to 487)
  • TaxTron does not handle tax returns needing more than one form for Costs incurred for work on a building (TP-1086.R23.12)
  • TaxTron does not handle tax returns indicating more than four deductions for Capital Cost Allowance (CCA) in the relevant form Income and Expenses from Rental Property (TP-128)
  • TaxTron does not handle tax returns indicating more than six deductions for CCA in the relevant form Income and Expenses from Business/Profession (TP-80)

TaxTron T1 for Professionals

Prepare unlimited returns for your clients quickly and easily! Generate invoices from within the software. Electronically prepare and submit T1013 and T1135 forms for your clients.

TaxTron Professional is meant for practitioners who have an efiler number. An Efile number is required to electronically file corporate tax returns. You can obtain an Efiler Number from CRA .

  • Mac OS 10.7, or higher and an Intel processor is required. This product will NOT work on OS 10.6 or lower (TaxTron 2010 and earlier requires Mac OS 10.6 or earlier)
  • Windows 10, 8, 7, Vista or XP is required

Note: Users running on Windows XP need to ensure they have downloaded and installed the .NET Framework version 2 or higher package from Microsoft .

Corporate T2 Exclusions

Income Tax Regulation 403 – Insurance corporations
Income Tax Regulation 404 – Banks
Income Tax Regulation 405 – Trust and loan corporations

Schedules not supported by TaxTron

Schedule 042 – Calculation of Unused Part I Tax Credit
Schedule 043 – Calculation of Parts IV.1 and VI.1 Taxes
Schedule 043 – Calculation of Parts IV.1 and VI.1 Taxes
Schedule 045 – Agreement Respecting Liability for Part VI.1 Tax
Schedule 046 – Part II – Tobacco Manufacturers’ Surtax
Schedule 073 – Income Inclusion Summary for Corporations that are Members of Partnerships Canadian Film or Video Production Tax Credit and related provincial forms
Film or Video Production Services Tax Credit and related provincial forms
Digital Media Tax Credit

Provincial forms not supported by TaxTron

Newfoundland and Labrador

Schedule 301 – Newfoundland and Labrador Research and Development Tax Credit
Schedule 303 – Newfoundland and Labrador Direct Equity Tax Credit
Schedule 304 – Newfoundland and Labrador Resort Property Investment Tax Credit

Prince Edward Island

Schedule 321 – Prince Edward Island Corporate Investment Tax Credit

Schedule 344 – Nova Scotia Manufacturing and Processing Investment Tax Credit

Schedule 360 – New Brunswick Research and Development Tax Credit

Schedule 380 – Manitoba Research and Development Tax Credit
Schedule 384 – Manitoba Co-op Education and Apprenticeship Tax Credit
Schedule 385 – Manitoba Odour-Control Tax Credit
Schedule 387 – Manitoba Small Business Venture Capital Tax Credit
Schedule 389 – Manitoba Book Publishing Tax Credit
Schedule 392 – Manitoba Data Processing Investment Tax Credits
Schedule 393 – Manitoba Nutrient Management Tax Credit

Schedule 402 – Saskatchewan Manufacturing and Processing Investment Tax Credit
Schedule 403 – Saskatchewan Research and Development Tax Credit
Schedule 410 – Additional Certificate Numbers for the Saskatchewan Film Employment Tax Credit

Schedule 421 – British Columbia Mining Exploration Tax Credit
Schedule 425 – (Form T666) British Columbia (BC) Scientific Research and Experimental Development Tax Credit
Schedule 426 – British Columbia Manufacturing and Processing Tax Credit
Schedule 428 – British Columbia Training Tax Credit
Schedule 430 – British Columbia Shipbuilding and Ship Repair Industry Tax Credit

Schedule 442 – Yukon Research and Development Tax Credit

Schedule 460 – Northwest Territories Investment Tax Credit

Schedule 490 – Nunavut Business Training Tax Credit





Programs – Business Hotel Management School Luzern Switzerland #bhms, #hotel #management, #mba


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Programs

The BHMS Diploma in Hospitality Management program is specifically designed for young adults wishing to enter the international hotel and hospitality field and who aspire to a management career in this industry.

The program offers students an academic education together with vocational core competency training.

The Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree corresponds to a postgraduate management degree which treats all essential management functions.

There are different specializations which are recognized by accreditation agencies.

BHMS Culinary Arts Programs develop students’ contemporary skills in food preparation and presentation, à la carte cuisine, pastry and desserts and kitchen management through hands-on training and classroom learning. Over the course of 3 years, students acquire all the fundamental skills necessary to work in the world’s finest dining establishments in one of the fastest growing industries.

Mit einer Ausbildung zum Dipl. Hotelier / Restaurateur HF an der BHMS legen Sie den Grundstein für eine internationale Karriere im Bereich Hotellerie und Gastronomie.

Gut ausgebildete Fach- und Führungskräfte werden in den unterschiedlichsten Betriebs- und Unternehmensformen gesucht – von familiengeführten Kleinunternehmen bis zu internationalen Hotelketten und Resorts, wie auch in vielen Unternehmen im Luxus-Dienstleistungsbereich.

In der Schweiz ist für Praktikanten ein Mindestlohn von CHF 2’172 brutto gesetzlich garantiert. In Verbindung mit der einzigartigen Kursaufteilung an der BHMS fallen nur geringe Kurskosten für das 1. Jahr an und Sie können durch die Praktika eine finanzielle Rückstellung für die Kurskosten im 2. und 3. Jahr tätigen.

More Information


List of TaxTron Tax Preparation Software Products #business #logo #design

#business tax software

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TaxTron’s Tax Preparation Software Products

Features

  • Do your taxes in as little as 10 minutes
  • Easy, step-by-step approach guides you through preparing your taxes
  • The interface looks like your actual tax slips, making it easier to enter your information.
  • Print and file your Canadian income tax returns by mail or NETFILE
  • Government approved by Canada Revenue Agency
  • TaxTron is 100% Canadian-owned and developed
  • TaxTron can be downloaded and you can prepare your return for free, but in order to print or NETFILE your return you will need to purchase a license from our website by going to our Purchase page.

Canada Revenue Limitation

  • Form T1273 only allows 15 occurrences in section 7 and 8.

Revenue Quebec Exclusions

  • TaxTron does not handle tax returns in which there are more than two informations in Section 7 (Expenses incurred to earn income from a partnership (TP-80 lines 485 to 487)
  • TaxTron does not handle tax returns needing more than one form for Costs incurred for work on a building (TP-1086.R23.12)
  • TaxTron does not handle tax returns indicating more than four deductions for Capital Cost Allowance (CCA) in the relevant form Income and Expenses from Rental Property (TP-128)
  • TaxTron does not handle tax returns indicating more than six deductions for CCA in the relevant form Income and Expenses from Business/Profession (TP-80)

TaxTron T1 for Professionals

Prepare unlimited returns for your clients quickly and easily! Generate invoices from within the software. Electronically prepare and submit T1013 and T1135 forms for your clients.

TaxTron Professional is meant for practitioners who have an efiler number. An Efile number is required to electronically file corporate tax returns. You can obtain an Efiler Number from CRA .

  • Mac OS 10.7, or higher and an Intel processor is required. This product will NOT work on OS 10.6 or lower (TaxTron 2010 and earlier requires Mac OS 10.6 or earlier)
  • Windows 10, 8, 7, Vista or XP is required

Note: Users running on Windows XP need to ensure they have downloaded and installed the .NET Framework version 2 or higher package from Microsoft .

Corporate T2 Exclusions

Income Tax Regulation 403 – Insurance corporations
Income Tax Regulation 404 – Banks
Income Tax Regulation 405 – Trust and loan corporations

Schedules not supported by TaxTron

Schedule 042 – Calculation of Unused Part I Tax Credit
Schedule 043 – Calculation of Parts IV.1 and VI.1 Taxes
Schedule 043 – Calculation of Parts IV.1 and VI.1 Taxes
Schedule 045 – Agreement Respecting Liability for Part VI.1 Tax
Schedule 046 – Part II – Tobacco Manufacturers’ Surtax
Schedule 073 – Income Inclusion Summary for Corporations that are Members of Partnerships Canadian Film or Video Production Tax Credit and related provincial forms
Film or Video Production Services Tax Credit and related provincial forms
Digital Media Tax Credit

Provincial forms not supported by TaxTron

Newfoundland and Labrador

Schedule 301 – Newfoundland and Labrador Research and Development Tax Credit
Schedule 303 – Newfoundland and Labrador Direct Equity Tax Credit
Schedule 304 – Newfoundland and Labrador Resort Property Investment Tax Credit

Prince Edward Island

Schedule 321 – Prince Edward Island Corporate Investment Tax Credit

Schedule 344 – Nova Scotia Manufacturing and Processing Investment Tax Credit

Schedule 360 – New Brunswick Research and Development Tax Credit

Schedule 380 – Manitoba Research and Development Tax Credit
Schedule 384 – Manitoba Co-op Education and Apprenticeship Tax Credit
Schedule 385 – Manitoba Odour-Control Tax Credit
Schedule 387 – Manitoba Small Business Venture Capital Tax Credit
Schedule 389 – Manitoba Book Publishing Tax Credit
Schedule 392 – Manitoba Data Processing Investment Tax Credits
Schedule 393 – Manitoba Nutrient Management Tax Credit

Schedule 402 – Saskatchewan Manufacturing and Processing Investment Tax Credit
Schedule 403 – Saskatchewan Research and Development Tax Credit
Schedule 410 – Additional Certificate Numbers for the Saskatchewan Film Employment Tax Credit

Schedule 421 – British Columbia Mining Exploration Tax Credit
Schedule 425 – (Form T666) British Columbia (BC) Scientific Research and Experimental Development Tax Credit
Schedule 426 – British Columbia Manufacturing and Processing Tax Credit
Schedule 428 – British Columbia Training Tax Credit
Schedule 430 – British Columbia Shipbuilding and Ship Repair Industry Tax Credit

Schedule 442 – Yukon Research and Development Tax Credit

Schedule 460 – Northwest Territories Investment Tax Credit

Schedule 490 – Nunavut Business Training Tax Credit





List of TaxTron Tax Preparation Software Products #business #bankruptcy

#business tax software

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TaxTron’s Tax Preparation Software Products

Features

  • Do your taxes in as little as 10 minutes
  • Easy, step-by-step approach guides you through preparing your taxes
  • The interface looks like your actual tax slips, making it easier to enter your information.
  • Print and file your Canadian income tax returns by mail or NETFILE
  • Government approved by Canada Revenue Agency
  • TaxTron is 100% Canadian-owned and developed
  • TaxTron can be downloaded and you can prepare your return for free, but in order to print or NETFILE your return you will need to purchase a license from our website by going to our Purchase page.

Canada Revenue Limitation

  • Form T1273 only allows 15 occurrences in section 7 and 8.

Revenue Quebec Exclusions

  • TaxTron does not handle tax returns in which there are more than two informations in Section 7 (Expenses incurred to earn income from a partnership (TP-80 lines 485 to 487)
  • TaxTron does not handle tax returns needing more than one form for Costs incurred for work on a building (TP-1086.R23.12)
  • TaxTron does not handle tax returns indicating more than four deductions for Capital Cost Allowance (CCA) in the relevant form Income and Expenses from Rental Property (TP-128)
  • TaxTron does not handle tax returns indicating more than six deductions for CCA in the relevant form Income and Expenses from Business/Profession (TP-80)

TaxTron T1 for Professionals

Prepare unlimited returns for your clients quickly and easily! Generate invoices from within the software. Electronically prepare and submit T1013 and T1135 forms for your clients.

TaxTron Professional is meant for practitioners who have an efiler number. An Efile number is required to electronically file corporate tax returns. You can obtain an Efiler Number from CRA .

  • Mac OS 10.7, or higher and an Intel processor is required. This product will NOT work on OS 10.6 or lower (TaxTron 2010 and earlier requires Mac OS 10.6 or earlier)
  • Windows 10, 8, 7, Vista or XP is required

Note: Users running on Windows XP need to ensure they have downloaded and installed the .NET Framework version 2 or higher package from Microsoft .

Corporate T2 Exclusions

Income Tax Regulation 403 – Insurance corporations
Income Tax Regulation 404 – Banks
Income Tax Regulation 405 – Trust and loan corporations

Schedules not supported by TaxTron

Schedule 042 – Calculation of Unused Part I Tax Credit
Schedule 043 – Calculation of Parts IV.1 and VI.1 Taxes
Schedule 043 – Calculation of Parts IV.1 and VI.1 Taxes
Schedule 045 – Agreement Respecting Liability for Part VI.1 Tax
Schedule 046 – Part II – Tobacco Manufacturers’ Surtax
Schedule 073 – Income Inclusion Summary for Corporations that are Members of Partnerships Canadian Film or Video Production Tax Credit and related provincial forms
Film or Video Production Services Tax Credit and related provincial forms
Digital Media Tax Credit

Provincial forms not supported by TaxTron

Newfoundland and Labrador

Schedule 301 – Newfoundland and Labrador Research and Development Tax Credit
Schedule 303 – Newfoundland and Labrador Direct Equity Tax Credit
Schedule 304 – Newfoundland and Labrador Resort Property Investment Tax Credit

Prince Edward Island

Schedule 321 – Prince Edward Island Corporate Investment Tax Credit

Schedule 344 – Nova Scotia Manufacturing and Processing Investment Tax Credit

Schedule 360 – New Brunswick Research and Development Tax Credit

Schedule 380 – Manitoba Research and Development Tax Credit
Schedule 384 – Manitoba Co-op Education and Apprenticeship Tax Credit
Schedule 385 – Manitoba Odour-Control Tax Credit
Schedule 387 – Manitoba Small Business Venture Capital Tax Credit
Schedule 389 – Manitoba Book Publishing Tax Credit
Schedule 392 – Manitoba Data Processing Investment Tax Credits
Schedule 393 – Manitoba Nutrient Management Tax Credit

Schedule 402 – Saskatchewan Manufacturing and Processing Investment Tax Credit
Schedule 403 – Saskatchewan Research and Development Tax Credit
Schedule 410 – Additional Certificate Numbers for the Saskatchewan Film Employment Tax Credit

Schedule 421 – British Columbia Mining Exploration Tax Credit
Schedule 425 – (Form T666) British Columbia (BC) Scientific Research and Experimental Development Tax Credit
Schedule 426 – British Columbia Manufacturing and Processing Tax Credit
Schedule 428 – British Columbia Training Tax Credit
Schedule 430 – British Columbia Shipbuilding and Ship Repair Industry Tax Credit

Schedule 442 – Yukon Research and Development Tax Credit

Schedule 460 – Northwest Territories Investment Tax Credit

Schedule 490 – Nunavut Business Training Tax Credit