Updated April 16, 2020 Additional COVID-19 Resources Managing Your Cash Flow During COVID-19 New Tax Filing and Tax Payment Deadlines COVID-19 – Helping Your Employees The Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy Aid for Students and the Canadian Emergency Student Benefit GGFL Service Changes Secure Document Drop-Off Signing Your Tax Return Electronically From Bricks And Mortar To […]
Gathering all the tax return information to send to your accountant and/or CRA can be unnecessarily time consuming and involve way too much paper. GGFL Associate Partner Jean McDonell offers these tips to make the annual chore a little less . . . well, taxing. Ask your dental professional, pharmacist or other relevant health professional […]
GGFL is very pleased to announced that we have won the 2020 Best of Accounting Award for providing superior service to our clients. We heard from close to 500 clients and we were pleased to learn that 75% of clients rated us a 9 or 10 out of 10! “Our clients have told us that […]
We’ve updated our Tax Facts for Ontario Residents document to include the new 2019 rates, as well as the 2018 rates.
GGFL’s “go-to” Tax Facts sheet is a quick reference guide on Ontario tax rates, including corporate income, RRSP limits, prescribed interest rates, automobile amounts, personal tax brackets for salary and dividends, TFSA, CPP and EI limits, pension splitting with spouses, Workplace Safety & Insurance Board (WSIB), and clawback of Old Age Security.
It is a common scenario. An entrepreneur has put their heart and soul into developing a successful business and now has some crucial decisions to make about who will run the business and how the accumulated wealth will be shared after he or she retires or dies. Succession planning is a detailed, often emotional and […]
It was summer 2016 when Louise Radmore, president of Ottawa commercial property management company Paradigm Properties, decided to retire and begin winding down the company she established 20 years earlier. After notifying the staff and starting to notify clients, she began her path to retirement. In only a few days, she realized that perhaps it […]
Flow-through shares are stocks that can only be purchased directly from Canadian oil and mineral exploration companies, usually at a slight premium. The company must use the invested money on the exploration for resources, and receive tax deductions for this work called Canadian Exploration Expenses (CEE).
By Monica Martinez, CPA, CA, CPA Principal, U.S. and Cross-Border Tax & Advisory Services On September 6, 2019, the IRS announced the new “Relief Procedures for Certain Former (US) Citizens” (Relief Procedures), which apply to certain individuals who have relinquished, or intend to relinquish their US citizenship (expatriate). If eligibility criteria are met, the new […]
By Anne Van Delst, CPA, CA, LPA Recessions, and even lesser economic downturns, can – and do – ruin once-thriving businesses overnight. While it’s true that economic hills and valleys are beyond the control of small and medium sized business owners, those overnight crashes are often the result of months or years of inadequate planning. […]
By Wendy Wong, , CPA, CA Senior Manager, Tax & Advisory Services Vehicle expenses. It is one simple line on a tax return, but it can cause all sorts of problems if CRA decides to take a closer look. Recently, we have noticed CRA specifically targeting their reviews on car expenses claimed by a business […]