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Minimizing Capital Gains on Inherited Property Cahill CPA partner Jordan Cahill was recently asked to provide some expertise on the topic of capital gains. He colloborated with local Vancouver Realtor Shawn Brown from West Haven Group, Oakwyn Realty. Shawn created three helpful tips for individuals looking for information on minimizing capital gains on inherited property. The aritcle & video can be found here. Thanks again to Shawn for including us!  Tip #1 PLAN EARLY!   Planning early with your accountant and tax specialist is key. More options exist the sooner you begin planning for things like this. 10 or more years out…

Tax Changes for 2020

January 8, 2020
  Tax Changes for 2020 Welcome to 2020! Here’s a quick breakdown of some of the tax changes for 2020, sourced from an article by Jamie Golombek for the Financial Post. 1. Increases to the tax bracket thresholds This is done every year to income tax and benefit amounts to accommodate for inflation (this year, a 1.9% rate). Increases to the tax bracket thresholds and various amounts relating to non-refundable credits took effect on January 1st. Increases in amounts for certain benefits, such as the GST/HST credit and the Canada Child Benefit do not take effect until July 1st of…

Merry Christmas

December 10, 2019
Merry Christmas Wishing all of our clients, friends and family a very Merry Christmas & Happy New Year. Thank you for your continued business and support- we wish you all the very best in 2020.  From the partners and team of Cahill CPA

Holiday Hours

December 10, 2019
Holiday Hours Our staff will be out of the office during the Holiday season. If you have any pressing questions or concerns before year end, please get in touch with us by Friday December 20th. Below are our holiday hours: Our office will be closed: December 24th- January 1st We will be back in the office January 2nd.  Merry Christmas & Happy New Year to you and your family. 
North Shore Reader's Choice Awards- Favourite Accountant It's that time of year again- the North Shore Reader's Choice Awards voting is now open, and we are hoping you will choose Cahill Chartered Professional Accountants as favourite North Shore Accountant for the second year in a row! Voting is very simple- *Use the following Link:   *Fill out your name, email, and phone number.  *Please vote for us at Category 25- Favourite Accountant Cahill Chartered Professional Accountants You need to vote for at least half of the categories in order for the ballot to be counted.  You are then entered…
Charitable Giving and Your Tax Return For quick reference, we’ve put together this list of CRA links with helpful information & tips on claiming charitable credits. As always, let us know if you have any questions about your charitable giving & donations.  Claiming Chartiable Credits How to calculate, which documents you need Calculate your Charitable Tax Credits Eligible amounts, important dates, tax savings Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) Charity Giving Glossary A more basic alphabetized glossary of charitable giving related terms. If you’re looking to donate to a local North Vancouver cause this holiday season- and before…
CRA Checklist for Small Businesses Did you know? CRA has a great online resource for small businesses- especially if you’re just starting out. They have provided helpful checklists & information to help you with the ins and outs of running a business in Canada. A few of the more popular topics that they provide information on include: Payroll deductions Business number registration Registering for GST/HST accounts Reporting business income & expenses CRA also has excellent online resources about business structure (sole proprietorship, partnership or corporation?), useful e-services for businesses, self-employment information, and more. Visit their website for all these great…

Claiming Expenses

November 12, 2019
  Claiming Expenses  “This man tested Canada’s tax laws by moving in a canoe- and won” CBC News recently posted an article about a Canadian man who moved by CANOE, when he was fed up with Canada’s tax laws! To read more about how he claimed his very unique moving expenses, we’ve linked the full article here: by Stu Mills, CBC News. Claiming Expenses on your Income Tax Return One of the most frequent questions we get when meeting with clients, especially around tax time, is regarding what they can and cannot claim on their return. Canada’s tax laws…



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