2018 T1 Personal Income Tax Preparation Checklist

ON February 11, 2019

My 2018 T1 Personal Income Tax Checklist is available now! This list is not meant to be fully comprehensive but will help you to identify, collect, and collate your information that you will need to provide me in order to complete your tax return.  As always,everybody’s individual tax situation is unique and I will likely […]

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Back to School Tax Tips 2017

ON August 17, 2017

As the summer is winding down, students everywhere are gearing up for another school year. And for those of you heading back to college or university, this is also the time when financial stress can kick into overdrive. With the ever-increasing price tag of a post-secondary education, here are some tax tips for students to […]

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Tax Payment and How to Pay Your Taxes

ON February 3, 2017

Tax season is just around the corner. And even though April is still a few months away, it’s never too early to get a head start on filing your taxes. If you have already finished preparing your return and realize you owe the Canadian Revenue Agency (CRA), there are a number of tax payment solutions […]

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5 Benefits of QuickBooks for Small Business

ON December 5, 2016

Thinking about making the switch to QuickBooks? Well, it’s about time. This user-friendly accounting software is the perfect companion to make your accounting and tax preparation tasks a whole lot easier. Still not sure if QuickBooks is the right fit for your small business? Here are some reasons that just might convince you to get […]

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Tips for Maximizing Your Charitable Donation Tax Credits

ON November 8, 2016

Canadians are a giving lot, opening our wallets and our hearts whenever we can. And why not? Donating to charity is not only a great way to get more involved in the community, but also helps us feel terrific. And if that wasn’t incentive enough, your donation can also generate a nifty tax break. Planning […]

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What to look for when hiring a bookkeeper

ON October 17, 2016

Why Hire a Professional Bookkeeper? You’re a successful business owner, brimming with talent, capable of wearing many hats. But if you lack important bookkeeping skills, your business could be missing out on some huge financial opportunities. So, before you hire someone to take your company to the next level, you need to make sure you […]

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5 Reasons You Should Outsource Your Bookkeeping

ON August 24, 2016

Are you interested in benefits of outsourcing bookkeeping? As a small business owner, you have more than enough on your plate. Handling the company website, creating marketing strategies, managing employees, the list goes on and on. And with so many tasks taking up your time, many business owners simply don’t have the luxury to become […]

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Top 5 Tax Tips for Young Professionals

ON May 24, 2016

For many of you young professionals, handling your own finances might be an entirely new—and sometimes daunting—process. But now that school is out and you are entering the professional world, it is important to know what to do with your income. Remember, the older you get, the more complicated your tax situation might be. So, […]

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Things to Consider When Choosing Your Next Tax Preparer

ON May 13, 2016

Need your taxes done but don’t want to be stuck doing them yourself? We don’t blame you. The constant changes in tax law can make the processing of tax returns demanding for anyone, from ordinary taxpayers to business owners. That’s why you need a tax preparer who knows how to get the job done right […]

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4 Common Accounting Mistakes That Can Put Your Business at Risk

ON April 25, 2016

Accounting is a major factor in the success of any business. And the more a business grows, the more challenging and complex managing a company’s finances can become. So, if you decide to handle your own accounting, you might be making a huge mistake that can put your company in the red. Here are some […]

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