Personal Income Tax

We’ve Moved!

Our office will be closed beginning on Tuesday April 30th and will reopen at 8:30am on Monday May 6th.

If during this period there are any urgent needs, please call our office at 604-638-6964 and select the option for the emergency line.

Our new office address effective May 6th:
CRU 210-9084 Glover Road
Fort Langley, BC V1M 0E6

The entrance is on the north side of the building. You can reach our office on the second floor by either going up the stairs or go through the second door to the elevator.

Your patience is appreciated during this time.

Corporate Income Tax, Small Business

We Owe How Much? … OUCH!

Manage cash flow better by projecting future tax liabilities.

Unforeseen circumstances often leave owner-managers short of the cash needed to pay federal and provincial taxes. Unfortunately, many owner-managers consider unpaid tax bills to be the same as unpaid trade credit. They are not. Unpaid taxes can cause a lot of problems. Ensuring funds are available to pay obligations to the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) should be a top priority for any business, whether incorporated or a sole proprietorship. Continue reading

Small Business

New 2018 CRA Allowances for Company-Use Vehicles

Owner-managers should discuss Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) changes to employee vehicle allowances with their CPAs before announcing any changes to company policy.

To keep up with the rising costs of operating vehicles, Revenue Canada has increased the maximum tax-exempt car allowance deductible for employees to 55 cents per kilometre for the first 5,000 kilometres, and to 49 cents per kilometre for distances travelled in excess of 5,000 kilometres. Continue reading

Corporate Income Tax, Small Business

Small Business and the CRA

Ensure your books are always in order for the CRA.

Owner-managers work hard in their businesses but are often overwhelmed by the reporting requirements for the Canada Revenue Agency. Few owner-managers enjoy the time spent and cost required to meet the CRA requirements, let alone the actual taxes that have to be paid; nevertheless, owner-managers must establish good business habits to ensure they stay on the right side of the tax authorities.

So, here are a few suggestions on how to make your relationship with the CRA much easier for yourself over the long run. Continue reading