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    Quote Originally Posted by killramos View Post
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    Trudeau needs us working people to pay more taxes, not less.

    My guess would be T2200 goes away if anything. Someone has to pay for the summer CERB holidays half the country took this year.
    That's my guess too and probably reason employers are hesitant to give this out until closer to filing deadline.

    All the pre-COVID WFH people are going to be pissed if T2200 is gone.

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    I'm still not clear why employers are so hesitant about issuing that for those of you who are employees? Does it fuck them in some way to have their employees claim it? Why so much push back?
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    Many employers can barely issue pay stubs. Anything like this feels beyond thier capabilities.

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    Quote Originally Posted by schurchill39 View Post
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    I'm still not clear why employers are so hesitant about issuing that for those of you who are employees? Does it fuck them in some way to have their employees claim it? Why so much push back?
    The thoughts my wife has is that if a employer issues a T2200 to its employees then they cant claim the same kind of write off for their own businesses.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nzwasp View Post
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    The thoughts my wife has is that if a employer issues a T2200 to its employees then they cant claim the same kind of write off for their own businesses.
    There certainly are tax implications on corporate side for this. I think companies are trying to understand their own tax/risk implications associated with it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ExtraSlow View Post
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    Many employers can barely issue pay stubs. Anything like this feels beyond thier capabilities.
    Ain’t that the truth... even when they have software they still seem to botch it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cagare View Post
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    There certainly are tax implications on corporate side for this. I think companies are trying to understand their own tax/risk implications associated with it.
    And what exactly are the tax implications to an employer for issuing a T2200?

    It's my understanding that there has been recent cases where employees have been allowed to deduct T2200 expenses without a form when the employer unreasonably withheld sign-off or simply did not respond to the request.

    From a liability perspective I wouldn't sign one for someone if asked too as I believe if it was misrepresented you can receive anywhere from a small fine to 50% of the understated taxes owing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ercchry View Post
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    Ain’t that the truth... even when they have software they still seem to botch it
    I have a funny story about that, but it's not for internet posting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by killramos View Post
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    Trudeau needs us working people to pay more taxes, not less.
    "Budgets balance themselves" - Justin trudeau.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chandler_Racing View Post
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    And what exactly are the tax implications to an employer for issuing a T2200?

    It's my understanding that there has been recent cases where employees have been allowed to deduct T2200 expenses without a form when the employer unreasonably withheld sign-off or simply did not respond to the request.

    From a liability perspective I wouldn't sign one for someone if asked too as I believe if it was misrepresented you can receive anywhere from a small fine to 50% of the understated taxes owing.
    Possibly not for the employer. The confusion around the T2200 is if the employee was required to work from home, or were they just permitted. If they were not explicitly required the form cannot be given.

    Then, if any employer provided equipment for use in the home, it comes to the question if that is a taxable benefit if it was not explicitly required. A few of the larger accounting firms have released some advice on this exact situation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cagare View Post
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    Possibly not for the employer. The confusion around the T2200 is if the employee was required to work from home, or were they just permitted. If they were not explicitly required the form cannot be given.

    Then, if any employer provided equipment for use in the home, it comes to the question if that is a taxable benefit if it was not explicitly required. A few of the larger accounting firms have released some advice on this exact situation.
    Care to share that advice if its available to the public? I'm incorporated so it doesn't apply to me but when my wife goes back from mat leave it will definitely apply to her.
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    Quote Originally Posted by schurchill39 View Post
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    Care to share that advice if its available to the public? I'm incorporated so it doesn't apply to me but when my wife goes back from mat leave it will definitely apply to her.
    https://www2.deloitte.com/content/da...tions-aoda.pdf

    That's one example from Deloitte. They got into just enough detail on it to get an idea of potential pitfalls. Then, of course, contact us to help you sort it out.

    All of the information is available from the Canada Revenue Agency, a little harder to find on your own. You can also contact the CRA to ask any questions if something is not clear. I have done that several times in the past, they can be quite helpful at times. This was several years ago though.

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    I was ready to physically attend a workplace today, but had a coughing fit before I coukd get out the door. Guess it's WFH for a while longer.

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    How many people (on beyond) are actually working in an office?

    I go to my office occasionally and I have noticed increasing amount of traffic and ever some jams along glenmore in the mornings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nzwasp View Post
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    How many people (on beyond) are actually working in an office?

    I go to my office occasionally and I have noticed increasing amount of traffic and ever some jams along glenmore in the mornings.
    I've been back in office full time for ~3 weeks

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    Quote Originally Posted by nzwasp View Post
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    How many people (on beyond) are actually working in an office?

    I go to my office occasionally and I have noticed increasing amount of traffic and ever some jams along glenmore in the mornings.
    I've volunteered to come back to the office since July simply because I can concentrate better in my office than in our dining table at home.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nzwasp View Post
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    How many people (on beyond) are actually working in an office?

    I go to my office occasionally and I have noticed increasing amount of traffic and ever some jams along glenmore in the mornings.
    I never stopped working in the office. Only did WFH for 4 days all year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nzwasp View Post
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    How many people (on beyond) are actually working in an office?

    I go to my office occasionally and I have noticed increasing amount of traffic and ever some jams along glenmore in the mornings.
    FT office since June 15th w/ flexibility to WFH if need be.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nzwasp View Post
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    How many people (on beyond) are actually working in an office?

    I go to my office occasionally and I have noticed increasing amount of traffic and ever some jams along glenmore in the mornings.
    2 in office 3 WFH
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    Haven't stopped going to the "office". Granted, it's up north mixed with a lot of field time too but going to work hasn't changed for me. Other than safety protocols obviously.

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