Andrew Adolph, Certified Professional Accountant (CPA) Don’t Take On A CRA Audit Alone.
Get An Advocate On Your Side.

Complicated tax laws can make tax compliance challenging. Without the right help, you could unintentionally trigger a CRA audit.

An audit can leave you paying more and waiting longer for your money than you should. I make sure you only pay your fair share – and nothing more. That way you can focus on business as usual.

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  • Andrew’s years of experience working in the audit division at CRA proved extremely valuable to us in fighting a horrible audit experience. He was able to how us not only points of law that had been violated, but also internal CRA procedures which also had been violated by the CRA itself. This information proved invaluable in mounting a defence.

    ~ HR, Surrey
  • “Dealing with the CRA during an audit is never an easy thing for businesses, however having Andrew working on your behalf can bring great reassurance. He is an invaluable asset to any business looking for professional representation when addressing any CRA issues.”

    ~ WB, Langley
  • “Dealing with the CRA during an audit is never an easy thing for businesses, however having Andrew working on your behalf can bring great reassurance. He is an invaluable asset to any business looking for professional representation when addressing any CRA issues.”

    ~ WB, Langley

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

What Business Expenses Can I Write Off as a Small Business Owner?

Answer: As a business owner, you are entitled to a number of tax write-offs. Business expenses such as accounting, legal fees, office rentals, advertising, and meals and entertainment can be written off.

How Do I Pay Taxes in Canada?

Answer:  Personal and business taxes are paid to the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) through your financial institution’s online banking app or website. If you have a business, it is recommended that you contact a tax professional in order to write off business expenses before you file.

What Are GST Taxes?

Answer: GST stands for Goods And Services Tax. It is a tax that is levied on goods sold within Canada. The amount of GST you have to pay varies from province to province. To learn more about the GST rate in your province, click here to read more.

How Do I File Taxes in Canada as a Freelancer?

Answer: Any income you gain from freelancing must be declared by filling out Form T2125. This form is part of your T1 tax return.

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