We are large enough to stay current in both accounting and tax practice, and keep pace as our clients’ industries change. But we are small and flexible enough to give hands-on attention to all of our clients – and with our extensive experience we really do understand the challenges faced by small and emerging companies.
HOW WE CAN HELP
Partners and senior staff members have each developed specialized expertise in a tax, accounting or business area, and our staff is encouraged (in fact, required) to become knowledgeable about each of our clients. If we take on a client in a new industry, we spend time with them (at our expense) to become familiar with their industry and the particular challenges they face.
- Financial Statements
- Business Valuation
- Estate, Retirement & Succession Planning
- Business Advice & Planning
- Banking & Financing
- Buying or Selling a Business
- Asset Protection
- Accounting & Bookkeeping
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Our Financial Blog
When we think of a savings plan for retirement, we imagine packing away quarters and dollar bills into a glass piggy bank until we are 65 years old. Little do most people know, there are several ways you can plan and save for your retirement. One of those is Registered Retirement Savings Plan.
It’s not hard to see why people consider moving to Canada with the socially progressive government, Universal healthcare, and the abundance of beautiful scenery year-round. If you have decided to make this journey, one of the first things to know is the expectations are in terms of the cost of living.
Learn about tax deadlines and how they differ between Canada and other countries. We will also discuss what documentation to bring with you.
Do you need to submit your tax returns? How do you go about submitting one? Learn from Anneli in this interview just what you need to know!
Melanie and Anneli discuss what it looks like to submit your own tax return, documents you will need, and other keys pointers for submitting your taxes.
Let’s take a look at your tax returns and what can be considered deductions on your return. Anneli discusses RRSPs and your first year in CA.
Vincent explains the difference between tax residency and financial emigration. They also discuss what could happen in the long run if you don’t have your financial matters in place.
If you’re of a certain age and immigrating to Canada, one important question you may be asking is what strategies should you put in place to start saving for retirement here in Canada.
Having a continuity plan in place to protect and take care of your loved ones should something happen to you is critical. What needs to be included in this plan?
In a recent webinar, we discussed hot topics around financial emigration, government initiatives to assist during COVID-19, how to become a non-tax resident and more.