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Our Sympathy to Those Affected by Flooding in Alberta

Our Sympathy to Those Affected by Flooding in Alberta

Calgary floodOur sincere sympathy goes out to the victims of flooding across Calgary and area. We’re all very saddened by the loss of life and enormous damage caused by the recent floods. 

With our head office in Calgary the flood has also affected many of our staff.

FBC Members are encouraged to contact us so we can help you through the financial aspects of recovering from this tragedy.

CRA (Canada Revenue Agency) has confirmed that taxpayer relief provisions will be available in regards to filing T2 corporate tax returns or any self-employed individual tax returns that were late due to the flood.

CRA Notice: Taxpayer relief measures available to Canadians affected by flooding in Alberta

Both the federal government and the provincial government will be providing financial support, including a $1-billion preliminary emergency fund. 

Do not hesitate to contact our office for assistance with any relief forms, such as AgriStabilty or other government assistance forms.

At FBC we’re doing our best to ensure that you’ll be looked after as a result of any emergency and disaster situations involving your tax situation.

We thank all those who worked tirelessly and courageously to help those affected by this catastrophe.

Be sure to contact us at the FBC accounting Calgary office for any help obtaining assistance or relief with your financial obligations.

By Jason Clements

Photo Credit: Guiltx on Flickr

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