Corporate Tax Return

Optimize your tax position regardless of the size of your business!

Whether you are just starting your corporation, thinking of expanding, or already operating in multiple countries, we have just the solution for you.

Our Service

Whether you are the owner of a large corporation or a small recently incorporated business, our experienced accountants have a wide range of experience working with businesses of all sizes. In addition to our comprehensive corporate tax return services, we provide a full range of services for your business including bookkeeping, important notices, and cross-border tax planning. Our tax expertise ensures that your corporate tax returns are filed accurately and comply with all tax laws and regulations, while also taking into account the best tax minimization strategies for your business.

Key Elements of our Corporate Tax Return Services

  • Creation of tax saving strategies to help you and your company save more money
  • Direct access to experienced and professional staff to help you through the process
  • Full range of services including bookkeeping, important notices, compliance and cross-border taxation
  • Financial planning

Why Choose Us?

If you are a small to mid-size businesses, our tax professionals can prepare your corporate tax return.

We will be able to:

1Give you customized tax plan to help you save
2Answer your questions promptly throughout the year
3Prepare and file your return accurately and on time

What we can do for you

T2 Corporate Tax Return

T4 Slip

Incorporation

Bookkeeping

HST Return

T5 Slip

T3 Family Trust Return

Family Trust Formation

Articles of Amendment

Consultations

GST 74

RC1

T2 Treaty Return

CRA Correspondence

Section 85 Transfer Agreement

 

 

Client Testimonial:

I have enjoyed the fortunate experience of having to approach Allan Madan on some advice about P&L and Balance Sheet issues relating to corporation taxes. Without prior knowledge about this organization, I was able to get to their website, pose my questions and get very accurate details on how to resolve my problems. All responses were prompt and to the point and it helped me quickly resolve my problems. There was absolutely no hesitation on Allan’s part to help. I would highly recommend Allan Madan and his organization, to anyone in need of a responsible accounting firm. Check out their website and convince yourself at: www.madanca.com - Joseph Pereira

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  1. Hello,

    I am interest in doing a corporate tax return on my own, but after reading your articles, I realize it is pretty complicated. Can you recommend any self-learning resources for theory on corporate tax?

  2. Hello Jeff,

    Corporate tax theory is discussed in detail in most university course textbooks. Personally speaking, the one in the link below has done wonders. It breaks down complex corporate tax concepts into smaller, manageable ideas. Corporate tax certainly is a difficult area, but this textbook does a fantastic job.

  3. Hi Sir
    Can a corporation owner(Owner operator truck driver-single shareholder) consider himself as self employed(or issue T4A) for driving job done for his own company?This will allow shareholder additional deductions in personal tax.
    Thanks
    kuhan

    1. Hi Kuhan, no, he cannot consider himself self-employed. He can either receive a salary (reported on a T4 slip) or dividends (reported on a T5 slip) from his corporation.

  4. Hi Alan,

    If someone as owner of a company(as a company registered in Canada) does research for an individual or company (in this case, they are foreign and they locate in middle east) and earns revenue, in which line should he declare this earning for his company? Does it need any Tform?

    I appreciate if you let me know about it.

    Best Regards
    Vahid
    Note: The company which is located in Middle East is not Canadian and there is no relationship with Canada.

    1. Hi Vahid,

      The revenue should be reported on a T2 Corporate Tax Return, and on GIFI Schedule 125 (attached to the T2 Return). I’m assuming that you have an incorporated company in Canada.

    1. Thank you for reaching out to me.

      Our services and fees are as follows:
      Initial Tax Planning + Corporate Tax Return Preparation – $1,375
      GST/HST Return Preparation – $150
      T5 Slip Preparation (for dividends paid to you) – $100
      Bookkeeping – $50 / hour if we do it or $80 for 1 hour QuickBooks training session
      Disbursements and taxes are extra

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