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Filing Form 4868, Application for Automatic Extension of Time To File U.S. Individual Income Tax Return provides U.S. taxpayers additional time to file their federal income tax return if they are unable to file the tax return by the tax filing deadline (April 17, 2018 Tax Day). This form provides an extension of six months,...

It’s crunch time for procrastinators as the U.S. tax deadline of April 17 (Tax Day 2018) is fast approaching, leaving not much time to start work on one’s taxes for 2017. Fortunately, with these tax tips, you should be able to handle your last-minute tax situation. Get a Tax Extension U.S. tax returns are due on...

Being in the armed forces is a tough choice that requires a serious commitment.  At times, It may be a difficult situation for not only the individual but also their family members.  With about 1.4 million active-duty military personnel, 1.1 million National Guard and reserve personnel and 700,000 civilian personnel, the U.S. Department of Defense...

Any person, who served honorably on active duty in the armed forces of the United States is considered a ‘veteran’.  For their sacrifice, the U.S. government provides certain benefits to these veterans. In particular, the Internal Revenue Service is committed to providing assistance to all Veterans. The following are some of the tax benefits and...

The U.S. Internal Revenue Service (IRS) provides tax credits and deductions for education expenses paid for post-secondary education. As the new school year starts, U.S. parents should be aware of these tax saving credits and deductions in order to maintain the records necessary to substantiate the education expenses and tax credits claimed on the tax...

Teachers in the United States often need to pay for several teaching expenses out of their own pocket. Some of these expenses may qualify as ‘tax deductions’ while filing the U.S. federal income tax return. To help teachers claim these tax deductions, AG Tax professionals have summarized some of the key expenses that teachers can claim...

Taxpayers will occasionally need to file an amended tax return to rectify any errors made in the original tax submission. However, taxpayers should be aware that not every error requires an amended return and that certain points should be kept in mind when filing an amended tax return. The following is an overview of situations...

The U.S. Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has started accepting ‘ITIN Renewal Applications’ for Individual Taxpayer Identification Numbers (ITIN) set to expire in December 2017.  These include ITIN’s that have not been used to file a tax return for the last 3 years as well as ITINs with middle digits 70, 71, 72 or 80. Non-U.S....

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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
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104–4220 98 St NW Edmonton AB, T6E 6A1

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