This week Bailey talks about digital invisibility. 46 Percent of Goderich Businesses don’t have websites and over 50 percent have unclaimed Google Business Listing. Have a look at her blog and get free advice: “Are You Digitally Invisible?” By Bailey Regier
Accessing your Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) account online is an easy way to manage your services with CRA, but you may start getting warnings when you try to log on. For example: Page Can’t Be Displayed Cannot Establish a Secure Connection Page Not Available Don’t worry though, it just means you need to upgrade your browser. CRA takes the security of your data very seriously and they have upgraded their online service. When you do
Bailey is back! BIA media specialist Bailey Regier is back with insights into what social media platforms are best for every business. “Many business owners have expressed to me that they fear the amount of time that it takes to maintain a business social media presence online, exclaiming “do I have to be on everything?“. The reality is that you actually don’t! But how can you choose which social media platform is right for you?
Received from OHSA Web Policy: Effective July 1, 2019, amendments to various provisions of Regulation 851 (Industrial Establishments) have been approved that will help modernize workplace health and safety requirements. They will increase flexibility by: Allowing the use of alternative procedures if worker health and safety is at least as well protected Allowing workers to wear personal flotation devices instead of lifejackets when appropriate Allowing the use of antidotes, flushing fluids or washes instead of
Watch out for real estate investment schemes The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) is warning Canadians about getting involved in tax schemes where promoters, including some tax representatives and tax preparers, are claiming that individuals can get a significant tax write-off by investing in real estate through a limited partnership. What are tax schemes? Tax schemes are plans and arrangements that attempt to deceive taxpayers by promising to reduce the taxes they owe, for example through