Corporate Tax Checkups

From time to time, it is beneficial to take a “fresh” look at or review the corporate income tax structure that is presently being used to determine whether every available income tax planning opportunity has been considered and executed.

This review is recommended every 3 to 5 years as circumstances and income tax laws change quickly. Resulting opportunities with these changes may yield new tax planning savings.

When we approach this type of review, we:

  • meet with the owner(s) of the corporation to review the owner’s overall structure, the current and projected year’s financial statements and income tax returns
  • prepare a short report summarizing our tax planning ideas and the potential income tax savings and costs to implement
  • create a detailed implementation strategy and outline our tax planning ideas in greater detail
  • monitor the structure for potential opportunities created by changes in income tax laws or other circumstances

For further information regarding our services we recommend you review our Additional Services, the Tax Planning Brochure, or browse through the many articles that Joe has written in the Resource Library.

Need Income Tax & Business Help?

Ever wonder if your current accountant is doing everything they should to maximize your profit and reduce your tax? Are you looking for a Chartered Accountant for your company? We’d like the opportunity to discuss your particular situation.

Our team of tax experts are skilled at handling all forms of challenges that businesses face – large or small – whether it’s bookkeeping needs or complex tax issues. We’ll not only assist you with your current requirements but also provide recommendations and guidance for continued growth.

 It is your opportunity to hear what we can do for you. How we can save you money. We can evaluate, together, how your current business plan will take you in the right direction to achieve your goals. It’s your opportunity to discover how we can provide ‘Big Firm Advice at a price you can afford’.