Destination Accounting makes personal tax filing hassle-free for you, while we ensure that your tax return is prepared accurately and with the most favorable tax result for your specific situation.
Download and complete our tax organizer form found
and email it to Dave@destinationaccounting.ca. Then its just three steps to the completion of another year of taxes:
1. Information from the Tax Organizer is used to prepare a personalized CRA authorization form for your account. Once we have received the Tax Organizer and prepared your CRA authorization form we will send it to you for signing. This form allows Destination Accounting to speak with CRA on your behalf and access tax information from your CRA account.
2. The Tax Organizer, CRA authorization and other tax documents that you email to us or drop off at our office will be used to prepare your tax return.
3. Once your tax return has been prepared you will be contacted by our office to arrange a time to meet, review the returns and sign the required forms. Online, telephone or in-person meetings can be arranged.
Integrated Corporate and Personal Tax Planning
Business owners can receive compensation as dividends or wages and in many cases personal tax can be spread over two years.
Destination Accounting ensures overall taxes are minimized by considering corporate and personal tax implications of owner compensation.
Do you ever wonder, "What could I be doing better?" when you file your taxes?
Destination Accounting asks this question for you after preparing your tax return and provides you with the answers for relevant "what if . . " scenarios.
"What if, I invested in RRSP's?"
"What if, my stay-at-home husband earned $5,000 doing casual work?"
There is no need to guess at the financial implications of your actions. Proactive advice allows you to make decisions with confidence.
Knowing where your Destination is requires knowing you.
Destination Accounting has a child-friendly office and facilitates personal meetings whenever possible.
We prepare tax returns for people, not numbers and in our experience, time spent face-to-face with clients increases understanding and tax savings.
Destination Accounting In Action:
Jennifer was living in a rented condo and owned two rental properties that were generating moderate income. She wanted to purchase a personal residence for herself and was considering selling one or both of her rental properties to purchase her new home. Jennifer knew there would be tax implications when selling her rental properties but she did not know how to figure out how much money she would have after selling them to put toward the new house.
Destination Accounting helped Jennifer calculate how much cash she would have to purchase a new house and whether she needed to sell one or both rental properties. Proactive planning gave Jennifer peace of mind knowing she was purchasing a house her family can afford and will enjoy for years to come.
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