Jan 22, 2018 – Information and links to topics of interest to new businesses as well as small and medium businesses including setting up a business, tax information, important dates, audits and electronic services.

Industry Canada's definition of “small business” is firms that have fewer than 100 employees. Number of Businesses. • There are just over one million small businesses in Canada that have employees (excludes self-employed entrepreneurs). Ninety-eight percent of businesses in Canada have fewer than 100 employees.

In order to qualify as a small business, a company needs to be incorporated, have filed a tax return with the Canadian Revenue Agency within the last three years and have 1-99 employees. In comparison, medium-sized businesses have 100-499 paid employees while a large business has 500 or more. Now on the numbers: 1.

Nov 17, 2015 – Industry Canada categorizes business as follows: a small business has 1 to 99 paid employees. a medium-sized business has 100 to 499 paid employees. a large business has 500 or more paid employees.

Sep 30, 2017 – Do you operate a Canadian small business? This guide presents all the information you need to know about preparing and filing Canadian income tax, from which business expenses qualify as legitimate Canadian income tax deductions through details on completing the T1 Personal and T2 Corporate …