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No, don’t worry, April 30th is still a long way off, but now is the time to start thinking about how you plan to file your taxes this year. If you are self employed, you have a little longer, but there are still some ways you can make the process easier and save money along the way! Today, we’re going to talk about an easy to use special filing system, what you need to do right now if you started a small business in 2020, and how to know if you should hire someone to file your taxes for you, or if you should file them yourself.
Today my guest is of course a tax specialist, but every year, he trains hundreds of people to not only prepare their own taxes, but also to prepare them as a profession. His company does thousands and thousands of returns a year right here in the Fraser Valley, and he helps many more to prepare their own. He’s an Instructor at Fraser Valley Continuing Education in Langley, where he teaches income tax prep for both personal and small business returns. He’s been a keynote presenter three times for Intuit.ca’s annual round table, he’s the Founder and CEO of MrTaxes.ca National Franchises with 42 locations, and he is a founding member of www.CTPCanada.ca, theHRSDC accredited federal tax certification course. He knows the rules and the tools, that’s for sure!
If you have any tax questions, I’m sure he’s about to answer them! Please welcome Mr. Taxes himself, Rob Stone! Welcome, Rob!
- Rob’s DollarTaxClub.ca including the worksheets and other tools: dollartaxclub.ca (Food bank donation included in your membership.)
- Ask a CRA Agent if there is any refund waiting for you: Call 1-800-959-8281, waits can be 1 hour or more.
- BC law helpline, advice about whether to incorporate or not, different company types, and more: https://www.cbabc.org/Directory/Find-a-Lawyer
- Rob’s classes at Fraser Valley Continuing Education: Income tax for personal, small business, and especially for Realtors.
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