TnT AccTax

Income Tax Preparation, Bookkeeping

[03/01/20]   Anybody know what time it is........You got it.....
It's income tax time!!!

[01/07/20]   Merry Christmas to all who are celebrating today in the Ukrainian tradition!!!

[01/05/20]   As of January 7, 2020 our office hours will be from Tuesday to Thursday 10:00 - 12:00 and from 1:00 - 4:00pm

[01/05/20]   From TnT AccTax we would like to wish you all a Happy New Year!

[11/27/19]   Beginning December 3, 2019 to December 12, 2019 we will be open by appointment only. If you need to contact us, please use messenger or email us at [email protected]. We will be closed from December 16, 2019 to January 7, 2020.

[07/22/19]   TnT Acctax will be closed this Thursday July 25, 2019. We will re open on Tuesday July 30, 2019 @ 10am

[05/14/19]   TnT AccTax will be closed Tuesday May 14, 2019. Sorry for any inconvenience this may have caused.

[04/14/19]   Our office will be closed for Good Friday and Easter Monday. We will reopen on Tuesday April 23/19 at 9:30 am

[03/16/19]   Thank you for all your expressions of condolences through messages, texts, phone calls, flowers, food, visits and gifts on my Dad's passing. It is greatly appreciated.

[03/10/19]   Due to a death in the family our office
will be closed on Monday March 11 AND Friday March 15, 2019

[03/01/19]   For anyone claiming medical expense and using prescription drugs, you are now required to contact your pharmacy and have them fax to us a summary of prescriptions. DO NOT bring us the small receipts that come when you pick up your prescriptions. Our fax # is 306 728-3604. 01/12/2019

CRA publishes prescribed interest rates for Q1 | Advisor Rate rises for corporate taxpayers' pertinent loans or indebtedness 12/22/2018

Bah, humbug: Canadians' charitable giving takes a plunge | Advisor Find out which province is home to the most generous Canadians 11/02/2018

Maximum pensionable earnings for 2019 and other updates | Advisor Both the maximum pensionable earnings and RRSP dollar limit have increased 05/18/2018

Still Confused About CPP? Understanding Key Changes

An interesting article for some of you....... Understanding CPP changes is something Canadians continue to struggle with. Here is some history, and key guidelines to share with your clients and guide you in leading them towards tax-efficient income planning decisions in 2018 and beyond. 04/06/2018

News | Knowledge Bureau

For those of you who are interested, a bit of info on CPP...... Knowledge Bureau is a national post-secondary educational institute and publisher focused on excellence in financial education for advisors and their clients. Through online courses and live learning events taught by industry leaders, over 10,000 professionals have earned the knowledge they need to....

[03/24/18]   Please note our business hours over the Easter season. We will be closed Friday March 30, 2018 through to April 2, 2018 opening April 3, 2018 at 9:30am. 03/24/2018

The culture at the CRA is changing – and we should all be concerned Twenty years ago, the CRA was full of responsible people who used common sense, but those employees have been replaced with staff who are all too often smug and patently unreasonable

[03/01/18]   We continue to get repeated requests for re prints of tax returns. You are provided with a copy for your file as well as to be used for any party that may require it. KEEP YOUR FILES safe and in a secure place for future reference as there is a fee to reproduce extra copies whether it be electronic or print.

[03/01/18]   What’s new for 2017? We list the service enhancements and major changes below, including announced income tax changes that were not law when this guide was published. If they become law as proposed, they will be effective for 2017 or as of the dates given. You will find more information about these changes throughout this guide. The service enhancements and major changes will be outlined in green and will be pointed out with the following: Our services Address and direct deposit changes – If you are registered for the full version of CRA’s My Account or CRA’s mobile apps, you can change your address and update your direct deposit information in participating NETFILE certified tax preparation software. Individuals and families Scholarships, fellowships, bursaries, and artists’ project grants exemption (line 130) – The eligibility for the exemption has been enhanced under certain conditions to include scholarships and bursaries received for occupational skills courses that are not at the post-secondary level. See page 30. Canada caregiver amount – The Canada caregiver amount has replaced the family caregiver amount, the amount for infirm dependants age 18 or older (line 306), and the caregiver amount (line 315). You could be entitled to claim this amount in the calculation of certain non-refundable tax credits if the person you are making the claim for has an impairment in physical or mental functions. See page 44. Your tuition, education, and textbook amounts (line 323) – As of January 1, 2017, the federal education and textbook amounts have been eliminated. The eligibility criteria for the tuition amount has been enhanced under certain conditions to include fees paid for occupational skills courses that are not at the post-secondary level. See page 51. Medical expenses (lines 330 and 331) – Individuals who need medical intervention to conceive a child are eligible to claim the same expenses as individuals with medical infertility. You can also request an adjustment to claim such medical expenses on any income tax return for the 10 previous calendar years. See “Eligible medical expenses” on page 53 and “How to change a return” on page 68. Donations and gifts (line 349) – A gift of ecologically sensitive land cannot be made to a private foundation after March 21, 2017. There are also a number of changes to the Ecological Gifts Program. For more information, see “Gifts of ecologically sensitive land,” in Pamphlet P113, Gifts and Income Tax. Public transit amount (line 364) – As of July 1, 2017, this amount has been eliminated. See page 56. Children’s arts amount (line 370) – As of January 1, 2017, this amount has been eliminated. Children’s fitness tax credit (lines 458 and 459) – As of January 1, 2017, this credit has been eliminated. Disability tax credit (DTC) certification – As of March 22, 2017, nurse practitioners have been added to the list of medical practitioners who may certify eligibility of a person for the DTC.

[03/01/18]   Just a reminder, if you are a student in university or are a parent of one, the T2202 tuition and education 2 page form must be run off the student website of the higher education centre attended to be able to claim this non refundable tax credit. 12/25/2017

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We would like to wish you all a Blessed and Merry Christmas. Found on Google from

[12/06/17]   TnT AccTax will be closed from December 15/17 through to January 9/18. We will be checking emails and phone messages for any urgent matters. 11/27/2017

News | Knowledge Bureau

"...........technologically-enabled areas of the new economy are coming under increased scrutiny and enforcement." Knowledge Bureau is a national post-secondary educational institute and publisher focused on excellence in financial education for advisors and their clients. Through online courses and live learning events taught by industry leaders, over 10,000 professionals have earned the knowledge they need to… 11/22/2017

CRA misinformed 30% of callers, auditor finds

This is the reason we have a rule of thumb that is on any query to CRA we make a minimum of 3 calls to get a consensus with their response. What's more, the agency can't handle call volume 11/07/2017

Essential tax numbers: updated for 2017

Here are some updated numbers for 2017 for some of the most commonly asked questions we get. You have a lot to remember as an advisor, so we've assembled this list of tax numbers -- updated for 2016. 11/05/2017

RRSPs and TFSAs: unused contribution room at death A key benefit of RRSPs is the ability to carry forward unused deduction room (often referred to as “contribution room”) for use in any future year. Many Canadians, whether deliberately or not, benefit from this feature — some because they don’t have the cash to contribute for the year when room beco...


Has anyone ever came knocking at your door asking for a donation and you weren't sure about the charity? This video may help you. 10/15/2017

More from Morneau next week on changes to tax proposals Anonymous sources reveal when changes will be announced 10/12/2017

Why clients can’t rely on T-slips They must always double-check 10/12/2017

Feds remove employee discount tax The federal government appears to be doing away with a controversial tax policy interpretation that would have seen employees taxed for discounts they get at work. Amid a growing controversy, a spokesman for the National Revenue Minister Diane Lebouthillier says the government will pull the new word...

[09/13/17]   The 100th anniversary of personal income tax is coming up on September 20! On that day in 1917, The Income War Tax Act received Royal Assent, heralding in the first personal income taxes in Canada.

This 1917 legislation was set in motion to financially support Canada’s war efforts, when more than 100,000 additional men were called into active military service. Ever in search of the broad ideals of the perfect tax system — neutrality, equity, simplicity and compliance — today Canadians are facing yet another tax reform; we need to understand what is important about this latest move and how it will impact family wealth over the longer term. We will try and keep you posted with any new information as it becomes available. 06/20/2017

CRA announces Q3 interest rates

An often asked question we get is "what does CRA charge in interest on over due amounts?' Check this out along with the CRA link. Largely, there have been no changes to the prescribed interest rates since last quarter, says CRA 06/08/2017

Pension splitting: special rules and planning opportunities Find out how to help clients 06/08/2017

Tax tips for the self-employed | Matthew Elder | Personal Finance | Morningstar Being self-employed suggests independence -- from an employer and from the tax man. But that doesn't necessarily suggest an easy ride. Being your own boss can mean inconsistent income and no group benefits. And making the most of the available tax deductions requires a lot of work on the accounting… 06/03/2017

Salary or dividends: Which is better for business owners? All incorporated small business owners eventually must decide how to pay themselves: by salary or dividends 06/03/2017

How pension splitting works Most tax filers don't take advantage of the rules. Make sure your client isn't one of them 06/01/2017

How to reduce the alternative minimum tax Minimum tax pares back the advantages associated with certain deductions, credits and tax shelters that reduce taxable income. 05/24/2017

Happy birthday, RRSP

For your RRSP needs, give us a call..... This versatile vehicle turns 60 in 2017. 05/14/2017

News | Knowledge Bureau

Are you wondering if you should start drawing your CPP, check this out..... Knowledge Bureau is a national post-secondary educational institute and publisher focused on excellence in financial education for advisors and their clients. Through online courses and live learning events taught by industry leaders, over 10,000 professionals have earned the knowledge they need to…

[05/01/17]   TnT AccTax will be closed from May 2, 2017 to May 15, 2017 and will open on Tuesday May 16, 2017 at 10 am. We will continue to monitor emails and telephone messages to ensure any concerns are handled as quickly as possible.

[04/18/17]   Just a reminder the April 30/17 deadline for filing your 2016 income tax return is FAST approaching. This year we have until May 1st to file. If there is a balance owing to CRA it must be paid by then in order to avoid a late filing penalty and interest. If you have not yet done so, please get your information to us. We cannot guarantee the completion of returns by this date with information received after April 15, 2017.

[04/10/17]   We will be closed Good Friday April 14, 2017 through Monday April 17, 2017 for the Easter weekend. We will open on Tuesday April
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Inside an illegal call centre in India scamming millions from Canadians Saturday on W5: Kevin Newman's investigation of an illegal call centre in Mumbai reveals a Canadian connection that led to arrests in Ontario.

[03/03/17]   New business hours



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