Posts Tagged ‘tax calendar’

Non-residents and non-resident joint ventures: Filings and deadlines for owning and selling Canadian real estate

Posted on: May 28th, 2015 by Real Estate Accountants No Comments

Given the time of year, June 30th being a major tax filing deadline for non-residents, we wanted to highlight an article from the archives that covers the ins and outs of owning and selling Canadian real estate as a non-resident, or as a real estate investor who has non-resident joint ventures.¬†Many of our clients are […]

2010 Tax Checklists

Posted on: February 7th, 2011 by Dube & Cuttini 1 Comment

To help you identify all of the possible tax deductions as you are preparing your records for your 2010 tax returns, you can use our 2010 tax checklists. 2010-tax-checklists-11-03.zip (Download all) Checklist – 2010 Home office work space in the home Checklist – 2010 Employment Expenses Checklist – 2010 Business or Professional Activities Checklist – […]

Tax reporting for sub-contractors

Posted on: February 3rd, 2011 by Dube & Cuttini No Comments

Tax reporting for sub-contractors, particularly in the construction and real estate industries, is expected to come under greater scrutiny this year by Canada Revenue Agency. The government is trying to cut down on the underground “cash” business, or employees who are claiming to be businesses to claim tax deductions they wouldn’t otherwise be eligible for. […]

Tax Calendar Reminders

Posted on: January 20th, 2011 by Dube & Cuttini No Comments

As 2010 year is coming to an end, we wish to provide you with a brief reminder of some deadlines that will be coming up in the next few months. Please be careful though as there are some exceptions to the general rules we have provided below. January 31, 2011 Due Date for filing and […]

Trusts and Related Party Loans

Posted on: January 2nd, 2011 by Dube & Cuttini No Comments

Trusts For our clients who have a trust, this is a reminder that the trust filing deadline is March 31, 2011.¬† Please forward us the accounting documentation for completing the trust’s financial statements and tax return by the end of January. As well, it is absolutely critical that if the trust has any loans to […]