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Personal Tax

We prepare current and past tax returns as well as tax reviews. For personal tax returns we can go back as far as ten years for review and adjustment to claim many available tax credits to ensure you are receiving the maximum refunds possible. For current returns we use CRA approved software and experienced team. We are registered E-filer.

Business Tax

Although our core service is personal tax preparation we do provide sole proprietor and partnership tax return services. There are several types of small business or unincorporated returns. There is general business and professional, real estate, rental and commission type returns that are filed as part of your personal T1 tax return. We can help you for business tax issues.

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Canadian Tax Bracket 2015

Money plus

Whether we like it or not, today’s tax laws are so complicated that filing a relatively simple return can be confusing. It is just too easy to overlook deductions and credits to which you are entitled. Even if you use a computer software program there’s no substitute for the assistance of an experienced tax professional.

Check list

We want to make sure we maximize your refund and get you every tax credit and deduction you’re entitled to.
So before you visit Us, make sure you have all the receipts and income records your tax consultant will need to help minimize your taxes. Here’s a handy checklist:

Slips:

  • All T4 slips (Employment income)
  • Employment insurance benefits (T4E)
  • Interest, dividends, mutual funds (T3, T5)
  • Tuition / education receipts (T2202A)
  • Universal Child Care Benefit (RC62)
  • Old Age Security and CPP benefits (T4A-OAS, T4AP)
  • Other pensions and annuities (T4A)
  • Social assistance payments (T5007)
  • Workers’ compensation benefits (T5007)
  • All other information slips
  • Last salary slip from all employers

Receipts:

  • RRSP contribution slip
  • Support for a child, spouse or common-law partner
  • Professional or union dues
  • Tool expenses (Tradespersons)
  • Medical expenses
  • Transit pass receipts
  • Charitable donations
  • Political contributions
  • Child care expenses
  • Adoption expenses
  • Children’s arts and sports programs
  • Moving expenses
  • Interest paid on student loans
  • Carrying charges and interest expenses
  • Office – in-home expenses
  • Exams for professional certification

Other documentation:

  • Notice of Assessment/Reassessment
  • Canada Revenue Agency correspondence
  • Sale or deemed sale of stocks, bonds or real estate
  • Northern residents deductions
  • Rental income and expense records
  • Business, farm or fishing income/expenses
  • Automobile / Travel logbook and expenses
  • Disability Tax Credit Certificate
  • Declaration of Conditions of Employment (T2200)
  • Volunteer Firefighters certification

Federal tax rates for 2015

Canadian Tax Brackets 2015 – Canada Federal Personal Income Tax Brackets Below (Provincial Income Tax Rates are not included):

  • 15% on the first $44,701 of taxable income,
  • 22% on the next $44,702 of taxable income (on the portion of taxable income over $44,702 and $89,401),
  • 26% on the next $89,402 of taxable income (on the portion of taxable income over $89,402 and $138,586),
  • 29%of taxable income over $138,586