By Rob Sambrook at DSKHSTTax Tip Blogs
December 4, 2017

Sale of a Business Vehicle – HST Obligations

If you own a business or corporation that is registered for HST, and your business or corporation acquires a vehicle for use in the course of commercial activities, you should…
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By Rob Sambrook at DSKCharityTax Tip Blogs
November 15, 2017

Gifting of Publicly Traded Shares or Mutual Funds to a Registered Canadian Charity

If you personally own publicly traded shares or mutual funds that have accrued gains, and wish to make a donation to a registered Canadian charity or other qualified donee, consider…
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tax tips
October 19, 2017

Continuing Education

Congratulations! Ashley, Laurie and Kelly are now Certified Professional Bookkeepers (CPB) thru the IPBC, Institute of Professional Bookkeepers of Canada. Laurie is also Sage One certified. We encourage our staff to…
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By Jason Kingston at DSK
September 25, 2017

Special Edition newsletter

The DSK Experience - Autumn 2017 This is a very special edition of our DSK Experience newsletter.  With the Liberal government’s proposed tax changes, we feel it is our responsibility…
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By Jason Kingston at DSKDSK Events
September 19, 2017

IMPORTANT NOTICE regarding proposed tax changes.

UPCOMING SEMINAR - REGISTRATION NOW OPEN On July 18, 2017 the Department of Finance released a white paper for commentary. This white paper contains proposed changes to the Income Tax…
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DSK Events
August 28, 2017

Kitchener Office Closing for Renovations

KITCHENER OFFICE NOTIFICATION! Please Note: Our Kitchener office will be CLOSED for renovations from September 7th 2017 until September 20th 2017. Please do not drop any documents through the door over this…
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Tax Tip BlogsUS Tax
April 10, 2017

We love Cross Border Tax Work

It's true! Did you know that at DSK, we often work with professional colleagues in the preparation of US compliance work, and can provide guidance and support to your team…
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Tax Tip Blogs
March 27, 2017

Are You An Annual Filer?

Consider Quarterly Installments If you are an annual filer for HST and the balance due is more than $3000 you'll need to make quarterly installments, otherwise penalties and interest will…
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