Financial and taxation statistics for enterprises / Statistics Canada, Industrial Organization and Finance Division = Statistiques financières et fiscales des entreprises / Statistique Canada, Division...: CS61-219-PDF
This publication contains annual aggregate data of Canadian enterprises classified by 63 industry groups (SICC1980). It contains detailed balance sheet and income statement data as well as the reconciliation of book profit to taxable income and taxes payable (net profit, taxes, exemptions, tax credits, taxable income) and financial performance ratios. The publication contains the 5 most recent years of data; 3 years of financial and taxation data plus 2 most current years of financial annualized quarterly data. The taxation data is the most current available.
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|Department/Agency||Canada. Statistics Canada. Industrial Organization and Finance Division.|
|Title||Financial and taxation statistics for enterprises / Statistics Canada, Industrial Organization and Finance Division = Statistiques financières et fiscales des entreprises / Statistique Canada, Division de l'organisation et des finances de l'industrie.|
|Variant title||Statistiques financières et fiscales des entreprises|
|Language||Bilingual-[English | French]|
|Continues||Financial statistics for enterprises, preliminary ; 1989-1994.|
|Continued by||Financial and taxation statistics for enterprises ; 1499-7525 ; Began with 1999; ceased with 2014.|
|Note(s)|| Digitized edition from print [produced by Statistics Canada]. |
Formed by a merger of 61-207 Corporation financial statistics and 61-208 Corporation taxation statistics.
Starting with reference year 1999, significant changes will be implemented to the financial and taxation statistics program, which will affect the comparability and the historical continuity of these statistics. Be advised that the statistics will be collected and compiled on the new North American Industrial Classification (NAICS) basis to provide for greater international comparability of economic data, and will differ markedly from the Standard Industrial Classification for Companies and Enterprises (SIC-C) now in use. In addition, changes will be made to certain methodological aspects of the program, including the adoption of Statistics Canada's central frame Business Register. While these changes will improve the quality and reliability of statistics, they will nonetheless affect the user's ability to relate and compare the data to those currently produced on the SIC-C basis under existing methodology.
Text in English and French.
|Publishing information||Ottawa : Statistics Canada = Statistique Canada, 1997-2000.|
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|Subject terms|| Businesses |
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