Personal Tax Returns

Do you have a personal tax problem? Start saving on your taxes by taking our free online tax assessment. Madan Chartered Accountant is experienced and can prepare your personal tax return flawlessly.
Our personal tax return Canada preparation is extended to employees, sole proprietors, investors, non residents, and more.

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  • Save you taxes
  • We solve personal tax problems others can't
  • Protect you from the CRA
  • File your returns on time and accurately

 

 

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I found the service to be very timely and most of all helpful. Even though I was not directly a client of the firm Al was willing to provide me useful advice which helped me in making an important decision with respect to how I should structure my future employment and the potential tax benefits. This type of service goes along way in building a solid client base founded on good customer service! - Sonu Sikand

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  1. Hello,

    I’m a resident of the US working in Canada. Your articles are a great resource for those not familiar with personal tax preparation in Canada.

    Thanks,
    J

  2. Hello,

    I’m a resident of the US working in Canada. Your articles are a great resource for those not familiar with personal tax preparation in Canada.

    Thanks,

  3. I haven’t filed personal tax returns for the last 11 years. What is the best way to get in compliance with Canadian tax laws?

  4. Hi Leroy,

    As a registrant, you will be required to report HST collected and HST paid (input tax credits) on your HST return. As such, the figures reported on your personal tax return should exclude the HST portion of income and expenses.

  5. If my company paid me a bonus in 2015 related to 2014, which year do I report the income?

    You will be taxed in the year you receive the income. You company will issue a T4 slip to report this income and withhold payroll taxes (i.e.: CPP, EI, income taxes).

  6. Hi Mandeep,

    You will be taxed in the year you receive the income. You company will issue a T4 slip to report this income and withhold payroll taxes (i.e.: CPP, EI, income taxes).

  7. Dear Sir,

    I am Neeraj Sharma. I want to assess my tax obligations in Canada for the year 2017.
    I am Canadian PR but work in the US(my paychecks automatically deduct tax for US IRS). I have been in Canada for around 100 days in 2017. And i have the following ties with Canada:
    1) I have been paying rent from May 2017 till now.
    2) I have bank account and credit card in Canada and have been using both.
    3) I have also used OHIP(Ontario Health Insurance Program) few times to do routine check-ups in Windsor Canada.
    4) I have already paid around CAD $1000 to CRA assuming that i will be tax resident in Canada.

    Please advise. I would like to call you to understand my tax situation. I want to take your services for tax filing for Canada.

    Neeraj

  8. Hi Allan,
    Your website are great source of information. I am have moved to US from Canada and it’s been a year now. I am ready to file my first income tax return as a resident alien in US and was wondering if you can help to provide some guidance on details regarding my Canadian rental property, in particular depreciation, cost of land (I don’t know the cost of land from the price I paid to buy the house 5 years back) and other key details as such which forms to use.
    Thank you very much in advance,
    Sam

  9. Hi Allan,
    Thanks for information on filing Canadian return for rental property (I am already doing that). Could you please help with US income tax return where I have to provide details regarding my Canadian rental property. I am keen to get your guidance on how to depreciate.
    Thank you,
    Saurabh

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