Dealing with Taxation is a crucial part for Canadians and can often be complicated. We strive at understanding the client’s situation, so as to minimize taxes and maximize benefits.
Canada levies personal income tax on the worldwide income of individuals resident in Canada and on certain types of Canadian-source income earned by non-resident individuals.
After the calendar year, Canadian residents file a T1 Tax and Benefit Return for individuals.
It is due April 30, or June 15 for self-employed individuals and their spouses, or common-law partners. It so important to note, however, that any balance owing is due on or before April 30. Outstanding balances remitted after April 30 may be subject to interest charges, regardless of whether the taxpayer’s filing due date is April 30 or June 15.
We do taxation for Individuals – Employed, Self Employed, Students, New Immigrants and Seniors.