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The short answer to this is that your corporate income for tax purposes is $100,000 as the $13,000 HST is collected on behalf of the government and is forwarded to the government. If you had any expenses then you would reduce the amount of HST paid and the amount of corporate income tax. For example if you had certain costs of goods sold for $10,000 + HST of ...


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In principle, GST/HST is value-added tax. The tax on your sales is not a tax on you, but on your customers; you are collecting the tax on behalf of the government. You are holding it in trust for the CRA, same as for your payroll (EI/CPP/etc.) deductions. It is not part of your income. GST/HST needs to be filed separately. You also pay the tax on your ...


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