Corporate Tax Planning and Some Useful Tips
Tax planning explained
A sneak peek into reality
The world of taxes can get daunting at times. As a business owner, incorporating your business is one of the first steps to manage your taxes. However, that first step could be a massive failure if you miss out on some important strategic aspects like – Tax Planning.
No matter which industry you are from, you need a clear vision of taxation to run your business seamlessly. Moreover, the tax season is round the corner; this makes it a highly crucial time for business owners to plan their taxes.
Depending on the industry of the business, tax planning strategies might vary.
“Tax planning is key for a successful venture. Further, a business owner cannot afford to miss tax planning under these five major events”
- Withdrawals (Trade-off between Salaries v. Dividends)
- Using personal vehicle for work
- Home office expenses
- Claiming depreciation (CCA) under fixed assets
- Claiming Input Tax Credits (ITCs) on HST return
– Manav Kalra, Director at Toronto Tax Boutique
Your next steps
Pay yourself out of your business. Use a vehicle for work. Setup a home office. These are just a few of the things that can be incorporated into a tax plan to optimize the way you pay taxes on your business.
“It always pays to have a tax plan.”
– Karishma Kalra, Director at Toronto Tax Boutique
Get in touch with us today to help you devise a customised plan for your business. Based on the way you carry your business operations; our tax experts are experienced to handle any tax scenario you may be facing.
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