Not everyone is suited to be an employee! Operating a business to manufacture or sell a product is easy for those who have the capital resources to do so. For those brought up in the information age and educated to provide services rather than sell a product, it is not as easy. Independent contracting is a legitimate means to be self-employed in order to provide services, as long as you follow the rules. This book shows the financial and non-financial advantages of independent contracting. It also points out the win-win position for the contractor and the employer. What it takes to become a contractor and how to organize your company are discussed. A major concern for contractors is in knowing what you can claim as expenses. This book lays out the most common expense claims and discusses how to pay you for your time and your return on your investment. The book provides some guidance on the prudent investment of the cash that builds within your company. This last issue can be the factor that determines the ultimate success of you taking ownership of your career!A Guide for the Canadian Independent Contractor Dennis R Dowling ... The annual work will often include consulting advice, and the preparation of returns such as the T4 and T5 returns to report salaries or ... Caution: In an audit situation , Canada Revenue Agency will likely consider the business clothing, dry cleaning andanbsp;...
|Title||:||Are You Taking Ownership of Your Career?|
|Author||:||Dennis R Dowling|
|Publisher||:||FriesenPress - 2013-07-19|