Sybille Schaufler Accounting Blog
Sybille Schaufler Accounting is pleased to provide a variety of resources on accounting, taxation and other related subjects that we hope will be helpful to both individuals and businesses.If you have any questions, simply contact me, and I will be happy to discuss your needs with you.
As we head into 2023, simplifying the process of filing your tax returns for 2022 is easily done through proper planning. Taking time to prepare your records can speed up the process of receiving a refund and reduce the cost of services provided by your accountant as they work to meet the tax filing deadline.
When preparing your taxes, a deduction that is often overlooked is carrying charges and interest expenses. These charges are costs you incur to earn income from an investment, but only expenses for non-registered accounts will qualify.
Despite the strike affecting the CRA and the public sector workers, you will not avoid penalties if you file your taxes later than the May 1st deadline.
Filing your Canadian income tax on time is essential to avoid penalties and interest charges. In this blog post, we will discuss the importance of filing your Canadian income tax on time and the penalties you may be subject to if you are late.
Did you get a nasty surprise when your accountant or tax preparer handed you your tax return? It is a good idea to start early and plan for 2023. Here are some suggestions on how you can save money on your Canadian income tax for this year:
First Home Savings Accounts, or FHSAs combine the concept of Tax-Free Savings Accounts and Registered Retirement Savings Plans. For people aged 18 and older, like an RRSP, contributors receive a tax deduction on contributions and TFSA-like tax-free withdrawals when using the savings to buy a home. Further, any investment gains earned in the account are tax-sheltered.