Frequently Asked Questions

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You must register for a GST/HST account if both situations apply:

  • You provide taxable supplies in Canada
  • Your gross earnings within the last four calendar quarters exceeded $30,000.

See CRA's website to learn more about registering for GST/HST.

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If you are a new employer, or a regular remitter (your average monthly withholding amount is less than $25,000), your payroll remittance is due on or before the 15th day of the month following the month you made the deductions.

Example: The payroll remittance for wages paid January 1-31 is due on or before February 15.
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For a monthly or quarterly remitting period:
Your HST remittance and payment are due one month after the end of the reporting period.

Annual remitting period (corporate):
Your HST remittance and payment are due three months after fiscal year-end.

Annual remitting period (for individuals with a Dec 31 year-end):
Your HST remittance is due June 15. Your payment is due April 30.
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T4's must be filed on or before the last day of February following the calendar year the information applies to.

Example: 2016 T4's must be filed on or before February 28, 2017.
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The filing deadline for individuals is April 30. Any applicable balance owing is due April 30.

The filing deadline for self-employed workers and their spouses/common-law partners is June 15. Any applicable balance owing is due April 30.
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The filing deadline for a corporate income tax return is no later than six months after the end of each fiscal year. Any corporate income taxes owing are due no later than three months after the end of each fiscal year.

Example: The filing deadline for a corporation with a January 31 year-end is July 31. Any corporate income taxes owing are due by April 30.
Answer:
Because A.L.L. Accounting Ltd. is locally owned and operated, we are able to keep our fees highly competitive. Fees for our services may vary based on the volume of paperwork involved. Contact this office via phone or email, book an appointment, or stop by the office and speak to one of our accountants to obtain an estimate based on your specific situation. Ask us about our student discount policy!
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If you are a new client with a corporation, an appointment is required.

If you are a new client and self-employed, an appointment is recommended before dropping off your income tax papers.

If you are a new client and not a self-employed individual, you do not need an appointment to drop off your income tax papers.

For new personal income tax clients, please set aside a few minutes to go over your personal information with one of our accountants so that we can ensure that you claim all the credits you are entitled to. To find out what information you should be prepared to have, please view our annual Tax Return Checklist, and New Client Information Form. Existing clients do not need an appointment to drop off income tax papers.
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