Feds release claim amounts from carbon tax

first_img Facebook LinkedIn Twitter U.S. businesses may have to report crypto assets to IRS The Department of Finance has released the Climate Action Incentive (CAI) amounts that residents of Alberta, Manitoba, Ontario and Saskatchewan will be able to claim on their 2019 personal income tax returns.In Alberta, a single adult or the first adult in a couple will be able to claim $444. The second adult in a couple or first child of a single parent will be able to claim $222, and each child under 18 (starting with the second child for single parents) will be able to claim $111. Related news Government to reimburse self-employed workers who repaid CERB hand nurturing and watering young baby plants growing in germination sequence on fertile soil with natural green background 123RF/Weerapat Kiatdumrong For eligible Albertans, the amount reflects fuel charge proceeds generated from January 2020 to March 2021.In Manitoba, the three amounts are $243, $121 and $61.In Saskatchewan, the three amounts are $405, $202 and $101.In Ontario, the three amounts are $224, $112 and $56.Taxpayers who live in rural and small communities are eligible for a supplementary CAI payment of 10% of their province’s baseline amount. Keywords Taxes U.S. proposes tax of at least 15% on global corporate profits Share this article and your comments with peers on social media IE Staff last_img read more

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RUGBY League World Cup 2013 has announced the appo

first_imgRUGBY League World Cup 2013 has announced the appointment of Grand Visionary Solutions to lead the initial stage of the official dance programme. The RLWC2013 Dance Programme is supported by Arts Council England and is the key element of a series of cultural events planned around the tournament.Organisers are currently in discussion with various other individuals and bodies to introduce other elements to the wider RLWC2013 culture programme; however dance will be the central part. The culture programme is one of five community initiatives to be delivered by RLWC2013.June Gamble and Gwen Van Spijk of Grand Visionary Solutions have over 45 years combined experience in delivering dance and large scale public engagement projects. Recent projects include leading The Boat Project as part of the London 2012 Cultural Olympiad. They will be working with RLWC2013, Arts Council England, and the host consortiums which will include local sports and arts organisations, as well as dance agencies and dance artists.RLWC2013 Marketing Manager, Mark Foster said: “RLWC2013 will be much more than just an international sporting event and we recognise we have a responsibility to our host communities.Many of our community initiatives will therefore provide life-changing experiences. The opportunity to dance before a RLWC2013 game and in front of a capacity crowd can’t be underestimated as a way of providing inspiration for civic pride in those communities. Details regarding all of RLWC2013 community initiatives will be announced in the near future.”Grand Visionary Solutions’ Gwen van Spijk said: “The RLWC2013 Dance Programme will provide a wonderful opportunity for communities across England, Wales and beyond, to celebrate Dance and make it a key element of the next major sporting event to be held in the UK.”Arts Council England’s Area Executive Director for the North, Sarah Maxfield, said: “The Arts Council is really pleased to be supporting this initiative. London 2012 demonstrated to the world the power of cultural celebrations linked to sport. This project brings that creative spirit to RLWC2013. People living near the host venues will be able to get involved in an exciting dance project with pre-game pitch performances and spectators will also be inspired by a world class dance commission as part of the opening ceremony at the Millennium Stadium.”last_img read more

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