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The 2013 tax season has quickly showed up, and our team at LedgersOnline decided to accumulate some of the most important Canadian tax dates in 2014. You can find a full list of 2014 tax dates on the CRA website, but for now, see a list of some of the most important dates below:
The 2013 tax season has quickly come around, and we have gathered some important tax dates throughout the 2014 year in which US citizens should take note of. For more information, you can view the full IRS calendar of tax dates. With that said, please find some of the most important ones below:
The LedgersOnline team continues to grow, and we are pleased to introduce our latest Certified General Accountant, Sheiff Harji. With a Bachelor of Arts in Economics from the University of Waterloo and Diploma in Accounting from the Sauder School of Business at the University of British Columbia, Sheniff brings a wealth of experience to the LedgersOnline team, especially when it comes to private investment and real-estate management. Not only does Sheniff work with QuickBooks and Simply Accounting, he is also familiar with some of the more specialized applications such as Yardi, Platypus Billing Software, and SAP.
Another year has gone by and we find ourselves, once again, preparing our personal taxes for the past 12 months. The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) has a number of credits, deductions, and benefits available for tax payers, many of which are specific to students. With that said, we would like to share some great tips that many Canadian students may not know about. See our list below to get started on preparing a tax strategy to get the most out of the past year:
The holiday season is a time filled with busy days and full nights, making it difficult to sometimes focus on the financial health of your business. It is easy to lose track of time during this season, especially when your business is busy and clients want their work completed quickly. For many, the end of the year means the end of the fiscal year as well, and brings another aspect into this busy season. Luckily, we have come up with four bookkeeping tips to help you prepare for the upcoming year, while maintaining a focus on the financial health of your business.
We speak with small business owners daily, and understand the strain that the bookkeeping process can put on a business. Not only does it take up a great deal of time, maintaining a clear set of books can be confusing at the best of times, and can quickly turn into a permanent job. Many clients that reach out to us are simply overwhelmed by their bookkeeping tasks, and have so much growth from the business side, that they simply do not have the time or patience to keep up with their bookkeeping. This is a normal part of business, and means that you are growing. It also means that now is the time to reach out to a bookkeeping firm who can provide you with the knowledge and expertise that you need! If the three warning signs below sound familiar, maybe you need to start thinking about getting help with your bookkeeping?