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By KAREN WENSLEY
Chair of the ITAC Tax and Finance Committee and Partner, Ernst & Young LLP Most people who are not tax nerds rank a discussion of tax policy somewhere below a conversation about the value of eating green vegetables. But tax policy can have a very significant impact on how businesses make decisions, which in turn can impact the success of that company and the prosperity of the Canadian economy.
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Intuit Canada's Jeremy Depow
Intuit Canada is a leading developer of a variety of electronic solutions for finance management for the home and small business market. Intuit has a special interest in taxation. Its product, QuickTax, is a best selling personal tax filing software. Intuit also employs hundreds of Canadians, including a large group of software developers in Edmonton. Tax issues matter to Intuit which is why Jeremy Depow, Intuit’s Manager of Government Relations, participates in the Tax and Finance Committee.
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Time for clarity in Ontario's taxation of software spacer By AUDREY DIAMANT
In April 2006 the Ontario Government released the revamped PST guide “Computer Programs and Related Services” (No. 650) triggering industry concern that the rules’ complexity had increased yet again. Two areas of special concern were IT service exemptions and custom software definitions.
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