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On March 22, 2017, the Government of Canada tabled its 2017 annual budget. 

Tax season is officially here. Our Woodstock office will be open the following extended hours until April 30:

 

Monday - Thursday 8:30am - 6:00 pm

Friday 8:30am - 4:30pm

 

Saturday April 22nd 8:30am - 4:00pm

 

We'll see you soon!

 

Our Ingersoll office will be also be offering extended hours Wednesday and Thursday evenings in the month of April ( open until 5:30 pm ) for your convenience.

 

 

 

 

Monday December 26th

Office Closed

Tuesday December 27th

Office Closed

Wednesday December 28th

8:30am - 5:00pm

Thursday December 29th

8:30am - 5:00pm

Friday December 30th

8:30am - 4:30pm

 

Monday January 2nd

Office Closed

 

We wish you a healthy and happy holiday season!

 

Monday - Thursday

8:30 am - 5:00 pm

Friday

8:30 am - 4:30 pm

Do you own a small business? Do you regularly donate monies to a specific charity?

Summer has officially begun and as such so have our summer office hours

Minimum wage rates will again be increasing on October 1, 2016

Acting as an Estate Trustee involves many legal responsibilities. The decision to accept an appointment should not be made without careful consideration.

 

 

As the temperatures start to rise outside and the smell of Spring is in the air, our thoughts turn to spring cleaning and refreshing our surroundings after the cold winter months.

Farm succession is a difficult process and one that is easy to put to the side of our busy everyday lives. Yet it is one that is critical to the success of future generations. The session below is a great resource to help guide you through current and future intergenerational transfers.

It's a busy time of year in the accounting world. Deadlines abound and the workload is heavy. We realize everyone has their own deadlines and workload, we are not unique!

For the month of April our Woodstock office will be extending our office hours as follows:

If you are turning 65 in 2016 and plan on continuing to work, new rules allow you to choose to delay receiving your OAS pension anytime up to age 70. If you do this, you will not be subject to OAS claw back for the period from ages 65 to 70. Also, as a bonus, you will receive enhanced monthly OAS benefits ( up to a 35% increase ) once you choose to start receiving your OAS pension.

Why talk about RRSP's when RRSP season has just ended? There's more to these  creatures than you think. Did you know they can be used to fund a Lifelong Learning Plan or Home Buyers Plan? Let's look at each one:

Yes it is that time of year again. Are you unsure of what is needed to complete your personal income tax?

For the remainder of March our Woodstock office will extend our hours as follows:

The Government of Ontario has released it's 2016 budget. We have summarized the key highlights that will affect many of our clients.

The original implementation date of January 1, 2017 for large employers subject to the first phase of the Ontario Retirement Pension Plan ( ORPP ) has been delayed one year to January 1, 2018.

Click here to read more    

Best wishes for a holiday season filled with laughter and love, from our family to yours.

Happy Holidays!

On Friday December 11, the Federal Minister of Finance introduced legislation for the following income tax measures to take effect on January 1, 2016:

  • Reduction of the 22% Federal personal income tax rate to 20.5%. The effect lowers the average combined Ontario and Federal tax rate from 31.15% down to 29.65% for approximate incomes of $45,000 to $73,000
  • Creation of a new Federal income tax rate of 33% for income in excess of $200,000. Therefore the highest combined rates for individuals and trusts  (other than graduated rate estates) is 53.3% in Ontario
  • Lowered the Tax-Free Savings Account (TFSA) contribution limit from $10,000 to $5500
  • Increased the refundable taxes on investment income earned in a private corporation by an additional 4%. The refundable tax is a prepayment of tax that is recoverable when the company pays a dividend to a shareholder
  • Increased the refundable taxes on portfolio dividends earned in a private corporation by an additional 5%

Please feel free to contact your Tax Advisor to discuss any questions or tax planning opportunities that may apply to your situation.

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