At Wadehra Accounting, our commitment is to provide continuous and professional advice that you can use to help you grow your business or personal wealth.
Big Firm Capability. Small Firm Personality. You get the best of both from Wadehra Accounting. A good advisor is one that provides you with advice throughout the year and not just once a year when it's time to prepare your annual returns or do your bookkeeping. At Wadehra Accounting, our commitment is to provide continuous, trusted and professional advice that you can use to help you grow your business or personal wealth. In addition, we also want to help you protect wealth for your retirement and future generations by meticulous planning including setting up of trust accounts. We aspire to be part of your growth and future success. We offer a comprehensive set of services, including but not limited to audits, reviews, taxation, advisory and bookkeeping. We serve a vast array of clients in all industries and stages. We pride ourselves in providing exceptional client service, combined with professional advice they can trust. Our goal is to establish long lasting relationship with our clients and be there for you in good and bad times.
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Tax deadline are fast approaching with lots to think about. New tax relief measures shouldn’t be one of them. Wadehra Accounting will ensure you get the refunds and benefits that you are entitled to by looking at your personal or family eligibility for any of this season’s tax changes including: • First-time donor’s super credit – This new credit for first-time donors gives an extra 25% credit for cash donations when you claim your charitable donations tax credit. This means you can get a 40% federal credit for up to $200 in donations and a 54% credit for the part of donations that is over $200 but not more than $1,000. This is in addition to the provincial credit. • Family caregiver amount – If you have a dependant with an impairment in physical or mental functions, the additional amount you may be able to claim has increased to $2,040 when calculating certain non-refundable tax credits. • Pooled registered pension plan (PRPP) – The PRPP is a new retirement savings option for individuals, including those who are self-employed. • Adoption expenses – The period to claim adoption expenses has been extended for adoptions finalized in 2013 and later years. • Investment tax credit – Eligibility for the mineral exploration tax credit has been extended to flow through share agreements entered into before April 1, 2014. • Tax-free savings account (TFSA) – The annual TFSA dollar limit increased to $5,500 on January 1, 2013, for the 2013 contribution year, and remains at that amount for the 2014 contribution year. Source: http://www.cra-arc.gc.ca/nwsrm/txtps/2013/tt131209-eng.html Contact : http://WadehraAccounting.Com