Hey there... I was just wondering if anyone was familiar with how taxes are handled for traders in Canada. I know that you can set up a corporation and trade through that, or you can trade as an individual. My question is, if you do trade as an individual, does the government tax you as if you were a contractor (i.e. you can claim all kinds of deductions, etc.), or are you taxed at the normal full rate that an employee at a firm would have to pay? (In Canada, this can approach close to 50%, so it's a big difference.) Thanks!