Andy Gill

February 1, 2020

Calgary widow forced to pay $270K to CRA

Calgary widow forced to pay $270K to CRA over beneficiary oversight Donna Phillips’ patience is wearing thin as she fights to have $270,000 in tax losses […]
January 24, 2020

Tax, Tips and Traps

TAX TICKLERS… some quick points to consider…   The amount of income an individual can earn without paying tax (basic personal amount) will begin increasing in […]
January 23, 2020

Your Shareholder Loan and the CRA

After reading this article you’ll understand what a shareholder loan is and how to use it.  You’ll also be aware of potential tax issues that can […]
January 23, 2020

2020 Deadlines

2020 Tax Due Dates for Canadians A new year is here and as diligent accountants (read: nerds), we’re already planning for 2020. To get the ball […]
January 3, 2020

Tax Changes Canadians Need to Know About for 2020

Written by: Sean Cooper When you look at your household budget, the amounts you’re spending on mortgage/rent, transportation and food are usually top of mind. While all […]
December 20, 2019

CPP Pension Users: 2 Crafty Ways to Avoid the 15% OAS Clawback

If you’re one of the many Canadians who are approaching retirement, you have probably heard of the Old Age Security (OAS) program. While the Canada Pension Plan […]
December 20, 2019

These are the tax changes you need to know about for 2020

Jamie Golombek: For one, there’s an increase to the basic personal amount Canadians can earn before facing federal income tax This week, the government announced increases […]
December 4, 2019


December 31, 2019 is fast approaching… see below for a list of tax planning considerations. Please contact us for further details or to discuss whether these […]
November 6, 2019

‘They told me it was untaxable in 1965’

‘They told me it was untaxable in 1965’ no excuse for failing to declare income, judge finds Jamie Golombek: You can rack up significant penalties and […]