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As the Canada 2017 Tax Filing Season begins, Canadian taxpayers should be aware that in 2016 the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) introduced several changes to tax benefits, credits and deductions, effective for the 2017 tax season. AGT’s Canadian tax professionals have prepared a brief overview of these major changes that you should be aware of....

This tax-filing season, the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) has made some important improvements to services for Canadians. The following outlines some of the services available to individuals. Remember that although these applications are securely designed, as a safe practice, individuals should avoid using such applications on public Wi-Fi servers, such as in a restaurant or...

On the 26th of May 2016, the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) confirmed that it will treat U.S. limited liability limited partnerships (LLLPs) and U.S. limited liability partnerships (LLPs) as corporations for Canadian tax purposes as these structures resemble Canadian corporations. This decision of the CRA is likely going to cost Canadians owning U.S. real estate...

If you are considering working in a new country there are many things you need to learn to avoid unexpected surprises. This can include the work culture, the immigration requirements and the tax system.  The Canadian government has several programs which facilitates entry for those individuals who have the skills that Canada is looking for...

A disability situation can make life difficult for the disabled person and their family. The person has additional expenses to support their disability needs. For this reason, the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) provides a Disability Tax Credit as well as other disability benefits to help minimize their tax burden. However, many times taxpayers are not well-informed about...

Canadian university students qualify for many unique tax credits when they file their annual income tax return. Majority of students avoid filing a tax return. This is because they believe that they do not need to file as they have little or no income. However, students can and should file their tax returns just like any other...

On July 25th 2016, the British Columbia government introduced an additional 15% property transfer tax on the fair market value (FVM) of residential property transfers to foreign entities (i.e. foreign nationals (not Canadian citizens or permanent residents), foreign corporations (not incorporated in Canada or if incorporated but the majority control is a foreign entity unless listed on...

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With offices across Canada, we are positioned to manage and process the full scope of your Canadian, US and US Canada cross-border tax filing needs.
OFFICEVancouver
12752 28th Ave, Surrey, BC, V4A 2P4
OFFICEEdmonton
104–4220 98 St NW Edmonton AB, T6E 6A1

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