After the decision in the Arnold case has been issued the will take into consideration the previously mentioned criterion.An analysis based on the ratio of “downtime” (i.e., where children are not involved in the specific activity) to “active time” does not appear reasonable.
If your business has closed or is inactive but you intend to reactivate it at some time in the future you can file nil returns (no GST/HST collected or remitted) until your business starts up again.
If you continue to file nil returns for several years the CRA may eventually contact you to ask if you want to close the account.
However, you must have been a GST/HST registrant for at least one full year before they will close your account.(Remember that to be a small supplier, your total taxable revenues (before expenses) from all your businesses must total $30,000 or less in the last four consecutive calendar quarters and in any single calendar quarter.)To close your GST/HST account, you will need to complete Form RC145, Request to Close Business Number Accounts (BN) and send it to your tax services office or call the Business Window at 1-800-959-5525.
As part of closing the account make sure you file any outstanding GST/HST returns for the period up to the day the account is closed (and pay any remittances due).
See Deregistering (closing) your GST/HST account on the Canada Revenue Agency's website for details.
If you don't close the account the Canada Revenue Agency will assume that you are still in business and will expect GST/HST returns to be filed.
During the time before and after the actual program begins the children may play games or read but they do not play soccer.
In addition, each morning and afternoon the children are given an hour of “quiet time” during which they do not play soccer and an hour has been scheduled each day for lunch.
In general, parents choose the camps (schedules, periods during the year) based on their work schedule.