KATA Accounting provides business accounting services across Canada for self-employed individuals, non-profit organizations and businesses from a variety of industries. The services we offer include tax filing and compliance, controller services, bookkeeping
We use TECHNOLOGY!
At KATA Accounting, we leverage technology to get results, and we encourage our clients to do the same. By leveraging the various platforms that the internet and modern technology provide, we can help show you more efficient ways of managing your financial information. We can even show you how to take a picture of a receipt with your phone and have it go straight into your accounting system, as a PDF and the appropriate accounting entry!
Cloud computing is the way of the future, and we continue to explore the realm to find the best and most useful apps that can plug in with your systems. Beyond Google Drive, OneDrive, iCloud and basic storage systems, the cloud can allow you to drastically reduce the amount of time you spend doing bookkeeping.
Some of the cloud platforms we use include:
SOME OF OUR BUSINESS ACCOUNTING SERVICES INCLUDE:
Financial Reporting Services
Compilation of financial statements for presentation to third parties and preparing reports for management and the board of directors
Preparing and Filing Taxes
HST filings, Payroll , Taxes and Income Taxes are some of the services currently offered
Dealing with the CRA
be it during a review, audit, or for other reasons
whether to support decision making or evaluate programs, staff or other business functions, we offer a variety of analytical services
through process review, revision, development and implementation
2020 Personal Tax FAQs *Plan ahead for tax-filing season. To avoid delays and to reduce your potential exposure to COVID-19, the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) encourages you to sign up for direct deposit, and file online as early as February 22, 2021.* GENERAL...
Tax breaks you can no longer claim: Tuition. Students in Saskatchewan, Ontario and New Brunswick can no longer claim a provincial tax credit for their tuition expenses, noted Warren Orlans at TurboTax. The federal tuition tax credit, however, is still alive and well....