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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.

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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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When you are turning 71 – the big RRSP decision (June 2018)

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For several generations, reaching one’s 65th birthday marked the transition from working life to full retirement, and, usually, receipt of a monthly employee pension, along with government-sponsored retirement benefits. That is no longer the reality. The age at which Canadians retire can now span a decade or more, and retirement is more likely to be a gradual transition than a single event.

Getting tax relief for the cost of getting around (June 2018)

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It’s something of an article of faith among Canadians that, as temperatures rise in the spring, gas prices rise along with them. Whether that’s the case every year or not, this year statistics certainly support that conclusion. In mid-May, Statistics Canada released its monthly Consumer Price Index, which showed that gasoline prices were up by 14.2%. As of the third week of May, the per-litre cost of gas across the country ranged from 125.2 cents per litre (in Manitoba) to 148.5 cents per litre (in British Columbia). On May 23, the average price across Canada was 135.2 cents per litre, an increase of more than 25 cents per litre from last year’s average on that date.

Deciphering your Notice of Assessment (June 2018)

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By the middle of May 2018, the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) had processed just over 26 million individual income tax returns filed for the 2017 tax year. Just over 14 million of those returns resulted in a refund to the taxpayer, while about 5.5 million returns filed and processed required payment of a tax balance by the taxpayer. Finally, about 4.4 million returns were what are called “nil” returns — returns where no tax is owing and no refund claimed, but the taxpayer is filing in order to provide income information which will be used to determine his or her eligibility for tax credit payments (like the federal Canada Child Benefit or the HST credit )

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