Apply for property tax rebates if your organization is a qualifying charity or other not-for-profit. In addition to COVID-specific government relief which may be available, municipal property tax rebates may be a valuable source of cashflow as not-for-profits navigate the impact of COVID-19 on revenues.
Property tax rebate
We are signing off with a list of the top 10 most read Inside Internal Controls posts 2016.
Privacy issues and director’s liability seem to have been hot topics this year with several blog posts on the topics making it on the list.
The top 10 most read Inside Internal Controls posts 2016
- Director’s liability for corporate negligence, Philip A. Carson, Calgary, Miller Thomson LLP
- Hello my name is [redacted]: Employee privacy trumps employer requirement for surnames on name tags, Douglas Judson, McCarthy Tétrault
- Internal audit and cyber risk, Norman D. Marks, CPA, CRMA
- Health Canada is cracking the whip on advertising violations, Christelle Gedeon, Ph.D. and Ingrid E. VanderElst, Ph.D., Fasken Martineau
- Registered charities get ready to submit applications for Ontario property tax rebates, Apolone Gentles, JD, CPA,CGA, FCCA, Bsc (Hons)
- New PIPEDA data breach regulations proposed, Kirsten Thompson, McCarthy Tétrault’s Cybersecurity, Privacy
The deadline for registered charities (and eligible, similar entities) to submit property tax rebate applications for 2015 is the last day of February, 2016. Given the many variables that may be involved in an application, and the opportunities for early submission and therefore earlier cashflows, now is a good time to get started on rebate applications.