2021 Tax Season

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Welcome to tax season 2021…

We are still here, staying safe, staying healthy and getting ready for another busy tax season.

2020 has come and gone. We have experienced a global pandemic that has left a devastating impact on individuals and small businesses and created the longest tax season in history.

2020 for sure will be remembered as one of the most challenging years in history.

Unfortunately, 2021 is starting out to be no different.

The staff and management at Advize are here to deliver a safe, efficient service to complete your 2020 tax returns.

At the time of writing, CRA has not indicated that the April 30 tax filing deadline will be extended. So please take note that all 2020 personal tax returns must be filed by April 30, 2021.

If you have a small business or rental property your filing deadline is June 15, 2021.

Income tax due, the deadline is April 30, 2021 to avoid interest charges.

Our newsletter will attempt to outline the most critical information required to help us navigate this tax season and prepare your 2020 income tax return.

If you have any questions or concerns do not hesitate to call us.

2021 Tax Season

COVID 19 Protocols

As with last tax season we have several protocols in place to help protect our clients and staff during this COVID19 pandemic.

Please review the following carefully to ensure you know how we will approach the 2021 tax season in the safest way possible.

No In Person Meetings

We will not be conducting in person meetings onsite. We have the capability of doing virtual meetings, discuss returns over the phone and if your tax return has issues that may require discussion, we will always provide a point form highlight of the major items impacting your tax return so that you will understand the outcome in a clear concise manner. A point form review will also become useful in a phone meeting discussing your tax return.

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