Thursday 21st of August 2014

Welcome to Accounts Accounting Services PDF Print E-mail
If you are going to downsize your accounting department or lower your business expenses or your business can not afford full time bookkeepers - even part time employees have headache for you - we can help you meet your needs with following services at a reasonable cost.  
  • Day to day bookkeeping services
  • GST, PST, WSIB and payroll reporting
  • Bank reconciliation
  • Month-end and year-end reports
  • Financial statements and corporation tax returns preparation
  • Direct communication with CRA with your written consent.

  • We are not Accounting Agency;
    We are Accounting Firm;
    We do your accounting and bookkeeping with our permanent employees not with temporary staffs.

    Harmonized Sales Tax (HST) for Ontario and British Columbia PDF Print E-mail

    Vendors and service providers who sell to eligible Ontario First Nations customers should be aware of reporting procedures for the point-of-sale relief of an amount equal to the provincial part of the harmonized sales tax (HST). GST/HST Info Sheet GI-106, Ontario First Nations Point-of-Sale Relief Reporting Requirements for GST/HST Registrant Suppliers discusses how GST/HST registrants who provide this credit at the point of sale would be required to report the HST, beginning September 1, 2010. For more information, go to Ontario First Nations Point-of-Sale Relief.

    For recent updates, see What's new.

    On July 1, 2010, the provinces of Ontario and British Columbia joined the harmonized sales tax (HST) framework. The HST combines the federal goods and services tax (GST) with the provincial sales tax (PST) in those provinces and is administered by the Canada Revenue Agency.

    Please visit this web site often for the latest information and updates.

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    Frequently asked questions about the Canada Child Tax Benefit PDF Print E-mail
    Application and eligibilityCalculation and payments
    Contact the CRA about your CCTBMarital status
    Shared eligibilityDirect deposit
    Validating benefits and creditsMy Account
    Canadian tax cheats warned of the '1s' PDF Print E-mail
    OTTAWA, May 1 (UPI) -- Canada's April 30 income tax filing deadline has tax assessors in Ottawa using a statistical tool that sniffs out suspicious returns because of too few "ones."


    The Ottawa Citizen said Friday the flood of returns will be reviewed using Benford's Law, named for U.S. physicist Frank Benford, who worked as an engineer for General Electric. He determined in 1938 the number one will appear as the first digit more often -- 30 percent -- than other numbers in a series.

    The theory contends the number two appears as the first digit 18 percent of the time, while nine accounts for just 5 percent of lead-off numbers, the report said.

    What gives tax analysts a clue someone is trying to fudge returns is the human tendency to distribute numbers randomly, with an equal share of leading digits from one to nine, the newspaper said.

    Under the principle, a bank statement would contain far more entries for numbers like $1.95, $10.50 or $1,079 than those beginning with larger numbers, such as $7.95, $800 or $93.10, the report said

    However, Canada Revenue Agency spokesman Philippe Brideau told the Citizen the concept is only part of the primary screening of returns.

    "Benford's Law is a useful initial risk-assessment tool. However, it is never used in reassessments or in support of reassessments, which are done based on facts and tax law," Brideau said.

    Canada Child Tax Benefit (CCTB) PDF Print E-mail

    The Canada Child Tax Benefit is a tax-free monthly payment made to eligible families to help them with the cost of raising children under age 18. The CCTB may include the

    The Children's Special Allowances (CSA) program provides payments to federal and provincial agencies and institutions (e.g., children's aid societies) that care for children.

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