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At KAFT CPA we’re here helping people achieve success, both in business and personally. We’ve created this blog to provide you with expert accounting tips to help save your money and grow your business.
When you’re filing taxes in Canada, it’s vital that you know the information that is most pertinent. By learning about potential writings, filing deadlines, and other matters, you’ll avoid mistakes and get the return that you need. As a Canadian citizen, it’s your obligation to stay up to date with such information. Follow these steps …
We covered in a previous post how you can carve out the time to build your small business into a medium business. There are going to be a lot of challenging moments when you’re growing a business and scaling up, but the main one is keeping what made you start the business in the first …Read More
Owning a small business in Canada has quite a few perks. One of the biggest is the fact that the Canadian government offers tax incentives for small business that surpass other countries. When you write off the applicable business expenses under the CRA’s Statement of Business or Professional Activities, you may decrease your taxes payable …Read More
While there’s a lot that can go on with your expenses without the help of an accountant, those things can swing your way if you employ one. A small business accountant doesn’t have to be a full-time position. You could invite them to your offices once a week just to keep things in order. Here …Read More
There will come a point in your entrepreneurial journey when you need to hire a bookkeeper. Even if you do great business accounting on your own, you won’t be able to effectively document your gains and losses by yourself. You still have the rest of your business to worry about. Today, most business owners debate between …Read More
Many Canadians either don’t file their taxes or don’t file them on time. Businesses are just as likely not to file or pay on time. It’s hard to file on time if you don’t know the Canada tax deadline. For the upcoming tax filing season, there are a few dates you should keep in mind. …Read More
In a survey conducted by the Toronto Daily Bread Food Bank, it was discovered that 25% of users hadn’t filed taxes, and those statistics are similar across Canada and even in Alberta. The same survey estimated that as many as 10% of low-income families in Canada are not getting the GST credit they are entitled …Read More
Did you know that Alberta has some of the most generous tax incentives in Canada for small businesses? If you’re planning on moving to Alberta, or you’re just starting a business, here are some basics about filing business taxes in Alberta. While on a federal level your business tax obligations are the same anywhere, the …Read More
Experts say 45% of Canadians will be self-employed in the next couple of years. Around 47% of self-employed Canadians enjoy the flexibility that comes with owning a business and working on their own terms. Don’t let taxes spoil your experience: stay aware. Learn how to do self-employed taxes so you can enjoy the true perks …Read More
Balance sheet analysis is critical to a healthy cash flow and forecasting for your business. It’ll help you find out where your money is really going – and how to better manage it. Even if you outsource your business financial management to an external chartered accountant, having a good idea of your monthly, quarterly, and …Read More
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