Starting a business can be a daunting task. Here at Rosen Kirshen Tax Law we can make this process as smooth and easy as possible.
Thinking about incorporating? Let our lawyers explain the benefits and drawbacks of incorporating your business.
If incorporating is not for you, there are other business structures that may suit your needs including but not limited to sole proprietorships and partnerships. We will guide you through this decision ensuring that you are not alone.
If a decision has been made to incorporate, we then assist you with drafting by-laws, shareholder agreements, and in creating a tax plan for your business, and your family.
We also provide corporate record keeping services. Rosen Kirshen Tax Law will hold your Minute Book, and update it as necessary in accordance with the Business Corporations Act of Canada.
Contact us today to ensure your business is as tax-efficient as possible.
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Business Emergency Subsidies (CEWS, CERS, and CHRP)
Why you Should Keep your Receipts
Am I Earning Business Income or Investment Income?
Employee Stock Options
Shareholder Loans and the CRA
The Corporate Association Rules
Deducting Expenses from your Taxes
What is Capital Cost Allowance?
Is Interest Paid on my Investments Deductible?
The GST/HST Self-Assessment Rules
Input Tax Credits – What are they, and Am I Eligible?
The Tax Implications of Running a Personal Services Business
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