Tax Management Made Easy

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Canadian Taxation

With taxation laws constantly changing, implications to the taxpayer undoubtedly change along with them. Professional guidance is essential, whether it be personal or business related. Our team will work with you and your family, or your business (regardless of size or industry), to tailor solutions based on your particular needs and goals. Our first priority is to listen, and understand. Only by truly getting to know your objectives can we identify the most effective tax strategies for you.

Almost everything you do has potential tax implications. It’s important to work with a team of knowledgeable tax advisors that fully understand tax laws, and can interpret their affects on you.

Family Trusts Set Up & Accounting

A trust can protect the ownership of your assets while you are alive. You transfer the legal ownership of the assets to the trust while continuing to use and enjoy them.  For example, if you are in a position where you would like to share assets with family members, but you want to maintain some control during your lifetime, a trust might be the best option.

Make Payments Online (CRA video)

CRA Voluntary Disclosure Program

The Voluntary Disclosures Program (VDP) gives you the opportunity to come forward in the event that you have for whatever reason need to correct your tax affairs. This is a valuable opportunity to take advantage of. Consult with our team at DSK to help you put things in order, and to make things right.

Voluntary Disclosure (CRA video)

SR & ED

The SR&ED program is intended to encourage businesses of all sizes, particularly small to medium and start-up firms, to conduct research and development (R&D) that will lead to new, improved, or technologically advanced products, processes, devices, and materials.

SR & ED Tax Credit (CRA video)

Personal, Estate, Succession & Corporate Tax Planning

When it comes to tax preparation, it’s not uncommon to feel somewhat overwhelmed. How do the new rules and guidelines affect you, and what are your best strategies in organizing your affairs? If you’re a business owner, you know you’ve worked hard to achieve success.  One day it will be time to hand over the reigns. Do you have a plan in place? If not, why?

Estate planning refers to the transfer of an individual’s assets (e.g. property, money) when they die, as well as a variety of other personal matters. Trusts, estates, wills and power of attorney are all common tools used in estate planning.  Not enough Canadians realize the importance of these. Putting a plan in place isn’t as daunting as it sounds.  We can help.

SR & ED Tax Credit video

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PAUL DROUILLARD