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The following are the links to great sites on the web where you can find helpful sources of information for your personal and business endeavors whether as individual or small business owners in the areas of finance, revenues, tax and government services information. In one click, you can reach your selected link if you wish to return to this main page, you can just close the window.

1.  Ontario Ministry of Finance

Focused on “supporting a strong economic, fiscal and investment climate for Ontario, while ensuring accountability with respect to the use of public funds” as quoted from their website:

2.  Service Canada

Service Canada offers access to a wide range of government programs and services for Canadian citizens through over 600 service points across Canada.

3.  Finance Canada

The federal Department of Finance is responsible for the development of federal fiscal policy, including laws affecting federal taxes, financial institutions and markets, and federal-provincial transfer payments.


4.  The Bank of Canada

The Bank of Canada site includes a variety of useful features, including information on interest and exchange rates, financial indicators, securities auctions and more. The convenient "Currency Converter" allow you to determine Canadian dollar equivalents for a broad range of foreign currencies.


5.  The Canada Revenue Agency  

The CANADA REVENUE AGENCY (CRA) is responsible for the administration of tax laws for the Government of Canada, and for most provinces and territories.

Current News

  • Maximize Business Tax Deduction

    As fiscal/calendar year Dec. 31, 2015 just ended, most businesses, either single proprietor, partnership or corporation are almost done in their accounting of their business receipts (to keep business records for 6 years for tax purposes) to come up with the following business related expenses. 

  • When is the Canadian taxes due date?

    For sole proprietorship or partnership, you shall declare your business income on your personal income tax return (T1) and pay any income tax due on or before April 30th of 2016 if your business fiscal year ended Dec. 31, 2015 – common in most businesses.

  • Analyzing Your Financial Ratios

    For any business to be successful, we need to constantly evaluate its performance by comparing it with company’s historical figures, with its industry competitors, and even with successful businesses from other industries. For a complete thorough examination of the company’s effectiveness, we need to look at more than just easily attainable numbers like sales, profits and total assets, we must be able to read between the lines of the company’s financial statement and make the outwardly insignificant numbers reachable and understandable.

  • Maximize Profits

    A company’s ultimate goal is to make money and keep it.  There are 3 profit margin ratios to measure how much money it generates from its total revenue or sales – gross profit, operating profit and net profit margin.

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