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The Calgary Insurance and Financial Services

By | March 17, 2020

Financial Statements are a critical part of every business and our primary service is assisting our clients with the preparation of their year end Financial Statements. Understanding what is in these Financial Statements, or what we like to call the financial ‘story’ of your business, is critical to your success. Please read the originial post here: https://versatileaccounting.ca/2019-federal-budget-summary/

How Difficult Is Accounting?

By | February 24, 2020

As per Canada Revenue Service (CRA) guidelines, Canadian corporations must file a T2, or corporate income tax return, every year, even if there is no tax payable. Corporate tax returns must be filed within six months from the end of a corporation’s fiscal year. Please read the originial post here: https://versatileaccounting.ca/tax-services/

Accounting Services for Charities, Associations, and Not-for-Profits in Calgary

By | February 18, 2020

Our CPA and Versatile Accounting will take care of your financial statement audit in Calgary so you can focus on what’s essential – successfully running your business! Please read the originial post here: https://versatileaccounting.ca/assurance-services/

Is Competent Calgary CPA A Scam?

By | February 11, 2020

If you have a modest income and a simple tax situation, a volunteer from the Community Volunteer Income Tax Program (CVITP) may be able to do your taxes for you, for free. Find a tax preparation clinic near you or learn more at canada.ca/taxes-help. You can also find a tax preparation clinic using the MyCRA mobile web app.… Read More »

What is a review audit? – Versatile Accounting

By | February 3, 2020

Some income you earn may not be included as part of a tax slip. Tips, money earned providing accommodations or ride sharing, regularly selling stuff at a flea market or online, providing tutoring services, handy-man or snow removal services – all of this is considered income that must be reported. Please read the originial post here: https://versatileaccounting.ca/blog/