On July 18th 2017, the Minister of Finance released proposed changes relating to “Tax Planning Using Private Corporations”. The changes specifically target tax reduction strategies used by Canadian small businesses. Below is a brief summary of the proposed changes to help you better understand the issues at hand...
When you’re all excited to get going on your new business idea, there are two questions you – or your accountant – should ask to determine the right business structure: either a sole proprietorship or a corporation. “Eight out of ten people that come through my door tell me they don’t know much about business, the CRA, or taxes,” says Bill Crysler, an Ontario-based accountant with Furtney Crysler LLP. “They’re the ones I can help the most. It’s the ones who come in first day and announce they’ve already incorporated that I have to worry about.”
Furtney Crysler LLP is a full service accounting firm located in Fonthill in the heart of Niagara, Ontario. We partner with our clients to provide accounting, audit and assurance, bookkeeping, consulting and taxation assistance to individuals, small businesses, private companies and not-for-profit organizations.
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"Bill is my financial guy on all levels, great advice, on his game, sends me reminders of things I completely forgot about, continually reaches out to make sure things are good in my financial world. Helps us out with everything from personal taxes, business taxes to pensions and mortgages. Great guy and always A+ help!
I recommend him to everyone I know. Also knows great contacts in other areas he doesn't specialize in. I just bought a business and couldn't have done it so smoothly without his help." ~Trish Cianflone Middlemiss
Client care is not just something Bill does – it is genuinely who he is. You just can’t fake that big smile of his! Bill started his own business because of his desire to work hands on with clients providing them with the highest level of service. He believes that the most important aspect of business is ensuring a client walks away happy. To do so is simple. Listen to your client, understand their specific needs, and build a plan to achieve them.