The Ministry of Transportation announced the introduction of Electronic Cab Cards for the International Registration Plan (IRP) community effective January 1, 2019.
CTA’s Driver Inc. campaign is in full swing. It warns and educates drivers and carriers engaged in Driver Inc that Revenue Canada is treating incorporated company drivers as Personal Service Business who must provide and file T4As and not eligible for small business deductions.
The Ontario Trucking Association this week filed its pre-budget submission, drawing again the provincial government’s attention toward longstanding industry issues
Are incorporated drivers ready to file their taxes properly and are certain carriers prepared to start handing out T4As to all drivers and comply with all federal and provincial labour requirements?
Today’s Fall Economic Fall Statement delivered an early Christmas present for the Canadian trucking industry in the form of significant accelerated cost allowances for tractor/truck capital; an emphasis on further harmonizing trucking regulations; and more
Starting January 1, 2019, motor carriers will have the ability to carry International Registration Plan (IRP) cab cards as an electronic image, Michigan authorities announced. Even though they will no longer be required to carry a paper copy of their cab card, the state recommend they do so for at least the 2019 calendar year.
Driver Inc Considered Personal Service Business and will require filing of T4As