Tax Preparation

The new year has arrived and many small business owners are resolving to get better organized in 2015. Increasingly, companies are transitioning to paperless documents, saving themselves on overhead while at the same time helping customers - be them consumers or other businesses - save space.
If you've made some blunders on your taxes before, you know that the CRA isn't one to simply write it off. Mistakes can lead to audits, assessments and penalties that gain interest the longer fees go on paid.
Incorporating is a decision that every company has to make at one point or another. If this is something that you've thought about, here are a few things you should take into consideration before you make the move.
The following recommendations can help trucking firms adequately prepare for tax season.
Here are a few ways that owner operators and truck drivers can keep track of those everyday expenses that can ultimately be the difference between a profitable or loss-making year.
Avoiding these 7 mistakes will help small business owners prepare an accurate and complete tax return and help you ensure you receive all the credits and grants you're entitled to.
If you're a small business owner who hasn't made your new year's resolutions, a great one is to become more organized so that you can reduce your company's tax obligations.
While most Canadians know that the income tax deadline day is in April, there are many other target dates that business owners should be sure to mark on their calendars.
There are many words in the English lexicon that may seem like they're one and the same, but upon closer review, are actually quite dissimilar. Case in point: accounting versus bookkeeping.
The following tips can help you keep your records and bookkeeping in order throughout the year so that you don't have to dread tax season.
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