Corporate and Business Tax

All resident corporations (except crown corporations and resident charities) have to file their corporate income tax (T2) return every tax year even if there is no corporate tax payable. Our team of experienced tax professionals will ensure you file a corporate income tax return that triggers the least amount of corporate tax payable. The services we provide include but not limited to:

  • Corporation Income Tax (T2)
  • Goods & Services Tax/Harmonized Sales Tax (GST/HST)
  • Scientific Research and Experimental Development Tax Incentive Program
  • Audit Assistance for T2 and GST/HST


Personal Income Tax

Our dedicated team of tax professionals use the latest electronic processing and filing technology to ensure your return is filed on time. Each tax professional will understand your personal tax situation, assist you in identifying the tax slips need to complete your personal tax return and identify deductions to be included in your return. We will ensure that all tax credits are applied correctly on your personal income tax return to maximize your tax refund or minimize your tax payable.

  • Employment
  • Commission
  • Rental Income
  • Business & Self-employment
  • Investments such as stocks
  • Deferred Income Plan such as RRSP
  • Foreign Income Verification
  • Students
  • New Immigrants
  • Non-residents
  • Benefits and credits
  • T1 Adjustment
  • T1 Review
  • ITN Application
  • GST/HST New Housing Rebate
  • Certificate of Compliance
  • Non-resident Withholding Tax Agent


Please note that the filing deadline for an employed Canadian is April 30th. If you owe any tax corresponding to the last tax year then you will have to pay any amounts owing by this April 30th deadline. If you are a self-employed individual, the filing deadline to submit your personal income tax return is June 15 this year for the last tax year. However, if you have any amounts owing in taxes then you will have to make that payment by April 30th deadline but will not be required to file your taxes until the June 15th deadline. Interest at prescribed rates will start to accrue after the April 30th deadline if payments are not made on time. Penalties may also start to apply if taxes are not submitted within the proper reporting period.