GTA Accounting Insights

Category: Personal Taxes

Tax-Efficient Ways To Withdraw Money from Your Business

The taxes involved with withdrawing money from a business can be complicated. There are many different tax-efficient ways, including whether or not the owner has generated enough revenue for themselves and if they plan on investing any additional funds back into their company while taking out cash to fulfill personal needs like improving lifestyle options…
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Bookkeeping Secrets Every Freelancer Needs to Know

Bookkeeping is a skill that not everyone has mastered. It can be difficult to find a bookkeeper who can keep up with the constant demands of your business. Bookkeeping is one of the essential parts of running a small business. It’s also one of the hardest things to learn for most freelancers. Why? Because every…
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Tax Plan For Canadian Doctors

As a Canadian doctor, you must be aware of the ever-changing tax rules and regulations. It is especially true for those who are self-employed or work outside traditional employment structures like solo practitioners because they may not have HR staff able enough to handle tax plan responsibilities alone! Canadian Doctors should have a plan for…
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Crucial Accounting Tips For Better Start-Up in Mississauga 2022

As a person who wants to be good at starts ups, your first move should be to consider better accounting services in Mississauga. It is because accounting is the lifeblood of any business. Good accounting practices and tips can save your business a lot of money and help it to avoid costly mistakes. We all…
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Tax Deduction on Moving Expenses in Canada

Do you know that you can deduct moving expenses from your taxes in Canada? If you’ve moved in the past year or are planning to move soon, you may be eligible for a tax deduction. Continue reading this blog for more information about how to claim moving expenses on your taxes. Relocating for a new…
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Canadian Tax Deductions and Credits in 2022

In 2022, Canadians will be able to take advantage of several new tax deductions and credits. Some of these include the Children’s Fitness Tax Credit, the Public Transit Tax Credit, and the Volunteer Firefighter’s Tax Credit. In this article, we’ll take a closer look at these tax breaks and what you need to do to…
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Common Mistakes On Your Tax Return In Canada 2022

Avoiding common mistakes when filing your income tax return is important. Filing a wrong or incorrect amount can lead to audits and penalties, which may drastically change the outcome of whatever refund you were expecting, not just this year but for future returns as well! That’s why we’ve compiled some common errors that people make…
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Social Media Influencers and Taxes in Canada: What You Need to Know

As social media influencers become increasingly popular, the Canada Revenue Agency is starting to notice. Recently, there have been many cases where the CRA has demanded that social media influencers pay taxes on their income from online activities. This blog post will discuss what you need to know about taxes and social media in Canada.…
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Can You Claim Work from Home Expenses on Your Taxes in 2022?

In recent years, there has been a huge surge in the number of people working from home. The rise of technology has made it easier for people to telecommute and still be productive. As a result, more and more people are asking the question: can you claim work from home expenses on your taxes? The…
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Why You Should Never Do Your Own Taxes

If you’re like most people, doing your own taxes is probably at the bottom of your list of things to do. It’s time-consuming, confusing, and can be a hassle. That’s why it’s a good idea to leave it to the professionals at a tax firm. At a tax firm, you can get help from experienced…
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