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It’s Not Too Early to Start Planning Your Tax Strategy for Next Year

March 24th, 2014

Taking the time to put together a tax strategy can help you maximize legitimate deductions throughout the year. Wolridge Mahon wrote an excellent article on ways to start thinking about next year’s tax return today: Minimizing your personal income taxes is no longer a matter of just waiting until the end of the year and […]


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Book of the Month: Essential Tax Facts

March 21st, 2014

Is it time to take charge of the results you get with your money? Are you tired of being let down, paying fees that are too high and worrying about losing your savings? Do you want to keep more of your money? Make more for the future? Then you need to recharge with some Essential […]


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Most PST Registrants Required to File Monthly Returns

June 17th, 2013

The following chart shows the reporting frequency options for registrants who are required to collect and remit PST: Tax Collected Per Year Required Filing Frequency More than $12,000 Monthly only $6,000 up to $12,000 Monthly or Quarterly $3,000 up to $6,000 Quarterly or Semi-Annually $3,000 or less Quarterly, Semi-Annual or Annually


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Beware – Could Your Business Be Classified as a Personal Services Corporation?

June 7th, 2013

BEWARE – COULD YOUR BUSINESS BE CLASSIFIED AS A PERSONAL SERVICES CORPORATION? For small incorporated companies, if deemed by the Canada Revenue Agency to be personal services corporations (PSC), the implications are potentially serious and costly. As of October 2012, CRA has become more aggressive at identifying and penalizing companies that can be categorized as […]


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Even Non-Registrants Required to Self-Assess for PST

May 21st, 2013

If should be noted that, even for companies which are not PST registrants, there are times when a business is required to self-assess for PST. One example of a qualifying situation is when a business purchases an item that will be used in their course of business (not resold) and the item was purchased without […]


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Featured Iphone App: Grant Thornton Tax Planning Guide

March 30th, 2013

The Tax Planning Guide is an up-to-date tax reference tool featuring the latest personal income tax developments. No matter where you live in Canada, the Tax Planning Guide will give you accurate information about personal income and corporate taxation. Whether you need assistance for tax planning or calculating your income tax for the upcoming year […]


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Transitioning Back to GST/PST

March 17th, 2013

With the transition back to the GST/PST system, there are some areas to consider to help your business get the most benefits before and after the transition. Timing of Sales It is important to ensure a proper cut-off of your sales before and on/after the April 1, 2013 transition date. If a transaction straddles the transition […]


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Free Consultation With Sales Tax Specialists Will Help Ease Transition Back to PST

March 15th, 2013

With the Provincial Sales Tax (PST) in BC set to return as of April 1, 2013, many businesses are uncertain of how to transition back to the split federal/provincial sales tax system. To assist companies with understanding what is required of them for the switch, the BC Ministry of Finance is making provincial sales tax […]


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Book of the Month: Make Sure It’s Deductible

February 25th, 2013

You earned it, now keep it! Maximize your profits by getting the most out of every tax deduction. No matter what kind of small business you have, you owe it to yourself to take advantage of every legitimate business deduction and personal tax planning advantage at tax time. In the newly-updated fourth edition of Make […]


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Are You Paying Too Much Tax? Recent Information from CRA Suggests Many Canadians Are

February 18th, 2013

No one likes to pay more taxes than they have to, but information recently released by Canada Revenue Agency shows that the average amount of income tax refunds Canadians received is up by $70 over the previous year. This means that, throughout the year, Canadians are overpaying in withholding taxes to CRA. In fact, just […]


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Tax-Free Savings Account Limit Increased to $5,500 Starting in 2013

February 9th, 2013

An additional $500 in annual TFSA contribution room can have an important impact on the amount of tax-free savings an individual can earn. Over a 20-year period, an individual can accumulate significantly more in TFSA savings than under the original $5,000 annual contribution limit. For example, as illustrated in the graph below, a middle-income saver could […]


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Beware of Phishing: Canada Revenue Agency Does Not Request Information by Email

August 13th, 2012

Did you receive an email from the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) asking you for personal information or to click on a link to get your refund? STOP. It’s a “phishing” scam. The CRA does not ask for personal information of any kind by email. Even though these emails can look real, they do not come […]


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The Return of PST

August 10th, 2012

Prior to the reimplementation of PST on April 1, 2013 all businesses will need to prepare their electronic and manual systems and processes, collect, and pay PST and GST. Because of the complexity of reverting back to PST, the government is planning the implementation in stages to ensure a smooth transition. During the transition period […]


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Small Business Group Welcomes Online Tax Tool

August 8th, 2012

The Canadian Federation of Independent Business (CFIB) is applauding a new tax tool that is now available to businesses to help them get accurate information on their taxes. Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) has launched the My Business Account for small business. The new online tool allows users to communicate electronically with CRA and get definitive […]


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Get Secure Online Access to Your CRA Tax Information with “My Account”

July 13th, 2012

If you want to access your tax and benefit information, you can do so securely by using the Canada Revenue Agency’s “My Account” feature on their web site. In order to register for the service and access your information, you’ll need a CRA security code. Once registered, you’ll be able to track your refund, view […]


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