We always do our best to secure a refund for you or ensure you only pay the taxes you are required to.
- personal tax returns are due April 30th of each calendar year for individuals employed by a business
- personal tax returns are due June 15th of each calendar year for individuals who are self employed
The government may owe you money. When your employer deducts income taxes from your income and you are under the threshold for taxes owing, you are entitled to get that money back. If you have put money into an RRSP, the amount you invested is deducted from your gross income in that year and will lower your taxable income, which might result in a tax refund.
If you owe taxes and are late paying them, you could be subject to penalties and interest. The longer you go without filing your returns or paying your taxes, the higher the interest and penalties you could be subject to.
There can be many credits that the average tax filer does not know about. We always do our best to secure a refund for you or ensure you only pay the taxes you are required to. Our filing software speeds up the process allowing you to collect your refund faster than you would by mailing in your tax return.
We can help setup a direct deposit with the Canada Revenue Agency so that your refund is deposited directly into your bank account. Using this approach, you will receive your refund 2-3x faster than having a cheque mailed to you.
Personal tax installment payments for the year. Personal tax returns are due on the last day of April:
- March 15
- June 15
- September 15
- December 15
HST/HST credit payment dates:
- January 5
- April 1
- July 5 (depending on HST rule changes)
- October 5 (depending on HST rule changes)
There are a number of dates during the year when returns are due to be
filed or payments are due to be paid. Also, there are dates when the
Government of Canada pay credits or benefits to you. The site below
gives you a full listing of these important dates: