4. A Mutual Taxation Agreement (Reziprozis) is an agreement negotiated between the Finance Ministers of the Federal State and the Federal States for the payment of certain taxes on the other, in accordance with Section 32 of the Federal Provincial Tax Act. In particular, an ATR defines the federal authorities` obligations to pay, collect, report and transfer certain provincial taxes, as well as provincial government obligations to pay, collect, report and transfer certain federal taxes. An ATR also includes a calendar A listing the departments that are eligible for the GST/HST exemption, either at the time of purchase or through a payment and recovery mechanism. All provinces and territories, with the exception of New Brunswick and Alberta, have signed ATRs. Departments can charge an external part (for example. B a public sector partner) to reimburse costs, such as staff salaries. B, pursuant to a cost recovery agreement. Covering costs does not change the need for GST royalties when a taxable benefit is provided.
INTER: The Government of Canada (known as «Canada» in this agreement), represented by the Minister of Finance (Canada) (d) all amounts of a rebate paid to Canada or to a province (including agents or agencies in Canada or a province) under this agreement; an agreement that is in effect in this agreement between Canada and a participating province, or an agreement on the mutual payment of sales or raw material taxes between Canada and a province, as established or estimated by Finance (Canada), with the exception of a rebate deducted from tax revenues covered in paragraph (c) and a member of a Manitoba government department (department) in Schedule A at UKO Manitoba RTA, purchasing audiovisual equipment from the department. The employee pays for the purchase using a credit card issued on behalf of the department. The agreement between the department and the credit card issuer clearly states that the department must pay alone for all purchases made with the card. 5 As a general rule, the consideration for a taxable benefit is due no earlier than the day the supplier first issues a delivery invoice; The date of this invoice The date the supplier would have issued a delivery invoice, but in the event of an undue delay; and the date on which the recipient of the delivery must pay the consideration in accordance with a written agreement. However, in the event of a lease delivery, licence or similar agreement under a written agreement, the review is due on the date on which the recipient of the delivery must pay the consideration under this agreement. TOGETHER, referred to by this agreement as «parties.» «participating province,» at any time, a province that defines a comprehensive and integrated tax coordination agreement with Canada, in accordance with Part III.1 of the Federal Provincial Fiscal Arrangements Act, R.S.C 1985, c. F-8 and is at that time a province defined as such in accordance with Section 123 of the Excise Act; «agreement,» Canada`s comprehensive integrated tax coordination agreement with the province pursuant to Part III.1 of the Federal-Provincial Fiscal Arrangements Act, R.S.C 1985, c. F-8, including all attached annexes, as well as all modification or succession instruments; The agreement between the Department and the credit card issuer confirms that the Department alone is required to pay for all credit card purchases, a period that is part of the relevant reference period in a given year or sub-period; Because the Agency is a company on RTA Canada-Saskatchewan`s A-list and has issued an exemption certificate to the supplier, the supplier is not required to charge or recover the GST/HST against the provision of office furniture to the Agency for a fee.