One thing we’ve heard clients many, many times is, “I’ll never be able to buy a home.” We’re well aware that this is a massive Continue reading
Jonathan Carter, CPA, CMA, CPB
What is automated tax filing (and does it affect you?)
Automated Tax Filings In the 2023 budget announced on March 28th, one small thing may have slipped past most people. Starting in 2024, CRA will Continue reading
Should I Incorporate My Business?
We often get this question: “Should I incorporate my business?” Unfortunately, many people decide to incorporate without considering the consequences or based on unqualified opinions Continue reading
Your rights and responsibilities as a business owner
Businesses, the employees who work in them, those who manage the employees and the directors who oversee management and act in the interest of the Continue reading
How to use your CRA portal
Preparing for 2022 Personal Taxes
Getting Started Regarding taxes, programs and credits seem to change every year. This isn’t really true. Many of the past tax credits you think of Continue reading
Tax-Free First Home Savings Account (FHSA)
The First Time Home Savings Account (FHSA) received Royal Assent on December 15th, 2022. Below, we summarize the new type of savings account. The program Continue reading
Saving is for losers
For years, banks have not offered competitive savings rates in deposit accounts. This allows them to make a lot more off of your money.
Quickbooks Connect Top Takeaways
This year’s main stage speakers had some serious clout. Serena Williams, Simon Sinek and Malcolm Gladwell, hosted by Carla Hall. We also got a lot of product updates about what is coming down the pipe and the direction Intuit is taking Quickbooks from the Quickbooks leadership team.
The Basics Bookkeeping is the recording of the financial records of a business in an accounting or bookkeeping system. (For this article, these terms may Continue reading