6 Red Flags that Raise Concerns for CRA Auditors

CRA auditors are on the lookout for inconsistencies and abnormalities. Stay our of their sights by avoiding these Red Flags that may cause you to become subject of a CRA audit.

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5 Things to Know about Filing GST/HST

Many of us have clear memories of the vigorous public debates over the federal government’s proposal to introduce a Goods and Services Tax (GST). Two decades have now passed since Canada adopted the GST, and while it has become a common part of our business landscape, many organizations, particularly small businesses, may still struggle to […]

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How a Good Accountant Stays on Track During Tax Season

Tax season is here. As accountants who specialize in helping businesses grow, this is our busy season. Throughout the month, accounting firms across the country will burn the midnight oil preparing tax returns for businesses and individuals. It’s also a critical time for our clients. Tax returns are a significant part of a business’s financial […]

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7 Tips for Avoiding Surprises and Predicting Your Tax Refunds

Taxpaying individuals and businesses can handle the ups and downs of their financial lives, but nobody likes surprises. Here are 7 tips for preventing surprises by staying on top of your financial and tax activity.

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Planning Large Capital Investments – 5 Tax Implications You Need To Consider

All companies must invest in equipment to be successful, and it is important to understand the tax implications of those large capital purchases.

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3 Mistakes to Avoid When Buying a Cottage

Everyone can relate to the lure of a cottage –lounging in a Muskoka chair while relaxing by the lake. However, buying a cottage is a major financial commitment that requires proper consideration. When it comes to buying a cottage, the purchase price is only the initial financial aspect. Another serious financial commitment comes from the […]

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