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T1 PERSONAL TAX RETURN

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T4 RETURN

If you are looking for help to file your personal taxes with one or multiple T4’s, we can help you get your taxes filed on the same day and ensure the accuracy and maximization of the tax refund.

INSTANT TAX REFUND

We provide instant refunds to our clients for any refund over $300. We do not charge any fees on the discounted return when the tax refund is over $300.

Return Discount Charges (No Separate Fees)

  • Less than $300 refund – 15%
  • Over $300 refund – $45 + 5% on amount over $300

RENTAL BUSINESS

Do you have a rental business? If you do, then we have you covered. We can file your tax return on the same day and help you in tax planning to minimize your total tax payment.

STOCK TRADING

Do you trade or invest in non-registered accounts? If you do, then we can file your tax return and help you minimize your taxes.

INFORMATION REQUIRED FOR PERSONAL TAX RETURN

Following are the documents/information required for personal income tax return filing. However, this list is not complete. Please book an appointment to discuss your personal tax situation to complete your personal tax returns.

  • SIN Number, Name, Date of Birth, Gender
  • Marital Status on the last day of the year
  • Are you a Canadian Citizen?
  • Did you sell home in last year?
  • Are you filing return for the first time?
  • Last Year Notice of Assessment
  • T4
  • RRSP
  • Donation Receipt
  • Rental Income Business
  • Share Trading in Non-Registered Accounts
  • Address- Has it been changed recently?
  • Phone Number
  • First Time Donor
  • More than $100k foreign property
  • Dependent/Children Information if less than 18 years old
  • Dependents’ SIN, Names, Date of Birth
  • Medical Receipts
  • Student Loan Interest Expenses
  • Use Business Number RSL 744591892 for authorization into my CRA account
  • Tuition Fees Receipts

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Tax filing is a complicated task. For this reason, you must seek professional advice to file your taxes. Without professional help, you can either lose money, or you may have some tax issues in the future with CRA.

Tax accounting in Canada concentrates on the preparation, analysis, and presentation of tax payments and tax returns. The Canadian tax system requires the use of specialized accounting principles for tax purposes which can differ from the generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP) for financial reporting.