We provide a wide spectrum of accounting and tax services to address the needs of individuals, self-employed, professionals, entrepreneurs, small businesses, and small businesses to mid-sized companies.

  • Are you leaving Canada to become a non-resident?
  • Are you non-resident owning real property in Canada?
  • Are you non-resident doing business in Canada?
  • Are you a US citizen living in Canada?
  • Are you immigrating or moving to Canada?
  • Are you Canadian owning real property in the US?
  • Are you wondering if or when you should incorporate your business?
  • Are you expanding your business beyond the Canadian border?
  • Are you a business owner planning to retire in the next 10 years?
  • Are you selling or buying a business?
  • Have your financial affairs become so complicated that you do not know what questions to ask?
  • Or …

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We offers a comprehensive range of corporate tax planning and return preparation services to help business owners to minimize the tax burden weighing on their businesses. We also possess the international tax knowledge and experience to help Canadian-based companies to expand their businesses outside of Canada, and foreign-based businesses to invest or carry on business in Canada.

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In today’s global economy, there are generally no country boundaries for earning one’s income from business, employment or investment. However, one needs to be wary of the resulting combined taxes owed to the governments of their home country as well as the countries from which the foreign income is sourced. One also needs to comply with the consequential domestic and foreign tax reporting requirements.

We have the international tax knowledge and experience to help you to navigate through the complex international tax systems to ensure that you pay the least amount of total taxes possible.

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Indirect taxes are broadly based on transactions which can include sales, purchases, imports, exports and payroll. Liability will arise regardless of profitability. Businesses in Canada often pay more in sales and other indirect taxes than they pay in income tax. Failing to account for these taxes correctly can have a significant impact on your enterprises’ business costs and cash flows.

We can help your enterprises to manage and navigate through the complex indirect tax systems in Canada. This can help your enterprises to reduce costs, minimize risk and at the same time increase confidence that nothing has been missed.

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    TAX AUDITS

    The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA), provincial tax authorities, and other tax authorities around the world are under increasing pressure to generate revenue, causing a rise in tax audit activities. This pressure on the CRA and tax authorities in general has resulted in more information demands, larger adjustments, and increased potential for penalties and interest. The CRA announced that they will adopt a new risk assessment approach to select tax returns for audit, focusing on taxpayers they think will most likely fail to comply with legislation.

    VOLUNTARY DISCLOSURES (VD)

    Since 2007, the CRA has employed a Voluntary Disclosure Program (VDP) for taxpayers to come forward out of their own accord to amend or correct their previous tax filing or reveal information to the CRA not previously provided in their tax return.  If the CRA accepts a disclosure as having met the conditions set out for the VDP, it will be considered a valid disclosure and the taxpayer will not be charged penalties or prosecuted with respect to the accepted disclosure. The taxpayer would still have to make the necessary payments plus any applicable interest charges. Each request will be reviewed and decided on its own merit. If relief is denied or partly granted, the CRA will provide the taxpayer with an explanation of the reasons and factors for the decision.

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