Employment Insurance Benefits for Self-Employed People

Self-employed Canadians are able to voluntarily access Employment Insurance (EI) special benefits. There are four types of EI special benefits:

Maternity benefits (15 weeks maximum) available to parents of a new born or newly adopted child. It covers the periods surrounding birth. A claim can be submitted up to 8 weeks before the expected date of birth, and Read More

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By |June 9th, 2018|SmallBiz Builder, Tax Tips|

Hiring Credit for Small Businesses – Extended to 2013

The 2013 federal budget extended the hiring credit for small business (HCSB), a credit intended to stimulate new employment and support small businesses. The HCSB provides small businesses relief from the employer’s share of employment insurance (EI) premiums paid in 2013. The credit does this by paying up to $1,000 based on increases in an Read More

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By |November 8th, 2013|SmallBiz Builder|

Employment Insurance Benefits for Self-Employed People

Self-employed Canadians are able to voluntarily access Employment Insurance (EI) special benefits. There are four types of EI special benefits:

Maternity benefits (15 weeks maximum) available to birth mothers. It covers the periods surrounding birth. A claim can be submitted up to 8 weeks before the expected date of birth;
Parental / adoptive benefits (35 weeks maximum) Read More

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By |June 1st, 2013|SmallBiz Builder|