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  • Year-End Tax Tips for Canadian Employers
    Year-End Tax Tips for Canadian Employers
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    Every business owner and tax professional knows that the changing of the year also marks important deadlines and rules regarding taxes and employment reporting. For employees, it means understanding how tax law changes, and there have been many in Canada this year, as well as the U   .S. “The Canadian Payroll Association (CPA) is dedicated to…

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  • Top Tax Tips
    Top Tax Tips
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    Tax expert Jamie Golombek offered tips for both average-income and wealthy clients at last week’s CIBC Renaissance Roadshow. Advisor.ca live-tweeted the event and shared his tips. Here’s a selection of our best tweets: The dividend and charity tax credit are both most used by wealthy Canadian taxpayers. In fact, few rich families use registered plans…

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  • No paper tax form this year – call us to Efile your return
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    The paperless revolution is accelerating, leaving Canadians without internet access at ever-greater risk of missing important announcements, failing to meet deadlines and incurring financial penalties. The Canada Revenue Agency is determined to promote electronic tax filing, it has decided to stop mailing income tax returns to most of the population. There was no formal announcement….

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  • T2 Tax Returns for Corporation and Accounting
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    We are experts in preparation and Efiling Corporation T2 tax returns. We serve many small companies filing their taxes and GST/HST returns. Our reasonable fee and timely completion of the work gives our clients satisfaction. We offer excellent yearly package to companies providing bookkeeping, GST/HST filing and tax filing services for a set fee. Many…

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  • How to Prepare for Next Tax Season Now
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    Lapowsky is a reporter at Inc. magazine Plan ahead and avoid common last minute mistakes next April 30th. Hopefully at this point in the year, you’ve finished reveling in your tax refund or you’ve quit bellyaching about the hefty bill you had to fork over. Now, it’s time to do the unthinkable and start planning…

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