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Every step of the way.

Five Facts About SRTK

  1. SRTK offers professional accounting, business, and tax advice you can always count on.
  2. We take the time to understand your vision and needs and grow with you.
  3. Our services are available in English, Cantonese, Mandarin, and Japanese.
  4. We value long-term relationships with our clients.
  5. We offer comprehensive tax advice to efficiently plan your taxes for the future from an integrated personal and corporate perspective.

SUPPORTING YOU EVERY STEP OF THE WAY

The SRTK team of professional accountants has the expertise and experience to handle accounting, tax, and consulting activities for a variety of individuals and organizations. No matter what your specific needs are, SRTK is ready to step in and provide you with the help you need.

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Accounting News

More debt … and more interest (February 2019)

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The fact that debt levels of Canadian households have been increasing over the past decade and a half can’t really be called news anymore. In particular, the ratio of debt-to-household-income, which stood at 93% in 2005, has risen steadily since then and, as of the third quarter of 2018, reached (another) new record of 177.5%. In other words, the average Canadian household owed $1.78 for every dollar of disposable (after-tax) income. (The Statistics Canada publication reporting those findings can be found on the StatsCan website at https://www150.statcan.gc.ca/n1/daily-quotidien/181214/dq181214a-eng.htm.)

RRSPs and TFSAs — making the annual contribution (February 2019)

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For most taxpayers, the annual deadline for making an RRSP contribution comes at a very inconvenient time. At the end of February, many Canadians are still trying to pay off the bills from holiday spending, the first income tax instalment payment is due two weeks later on March 15 and the need to pay any tax balance for the year just ended comes just 6 weeks after that, on April 30. And, while the best advice on how to avoid such a cash flow crunch is to make RRSP contributions on a regular basis throughout the year, that’s more of a goal than a reality for the majority of Canadians.

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