Taxes

At RGB Accounting, we have vast and seasoned experience working with corporations, small businesses, self-employed and employed individuals.

Tax Services in Toronto

Do you need help in filing current or previous years’ taxes?

Are you looking for professional but affordable Tax Services for your small business or corporation?

Is your small business in need of an experienced Corporate Tax preparer or advisor?

In all these situations, we are here to help you and your business.

At RGB Accounting, we have vast and seasoned experience working with corporations, small businesses, self-employed and employed individuals. By hiring RGB Accounting, you know you are working with a specialist who takes a great deal of pride to provide the best in information, service, and results. In dealing with CRA, we leave no stone unturned to get you the highest possible refund.

As your Mobile Tax Solution, we deliver Peace-of-Mind. We can meet you, on your time, anywhere in Toronto & the GTA. With RGB Accounting, tax filing is simpler, easier, and free of stress! Stop $$$ worrying now – Contact us!

We specialize in Corporate Income Taxes (T2 returns) but we also do income tax for non-incorporated businesses and individuals (T1 returns). We provide Tax Services to:

• Students
• Seniors / Retirees
• Employed individuals (T4s)
• Self-employed individuals (T2125)
• Temporary foreign workers/residents with Canadian work permit
• Non-residents with rental income in Canada (Section 216 returns)
• Non-residents with investment income in Canada (Section 216 returns)

Our Individual and Business Income Tax services may include:

• Employment income
• Self-employment income (business, professional, commissions)
• Investment income
• Rental income (with or without CCA)
• Capital gains/losses
• Capital losses from previous years
• Foreign income (business, investment, rental, pension)

We serve Canadian Residents with Foreign Income and Non-residents with Canadian Passive Income (Section 216).

  • Non-Residents with Canadian passive income (Section 216 returns)
    • Non-Residents with Employment income in Canada (T4)
    • Non-Residents with Canadian income – Rental (Section 216)
    • Non-Residents with Canadian income – Pension
    • Non-Residents with Canadian income – Investments
  • Canadian Residents with Foreign Income (T2209)
    • Canadian Residents with Foreign Income – Employment
    • Canadian Residents with Foreign Income – Business/Professional
    • Canadian Residents with Foreign Income – Pension
    • Canadian Residents with Foreign Income – Investment

The prices listed below are only a guide. There may or may not be an additional fee, depending upon the individual tax scenario.

More than 90% of our clients require just the services that our listed prices cover. However, if there is an additional fee, we shall inform you at the beginning of our Partnership.

Main Industries & Market Niches we serve

  • Food Industry
    • Food Safety Systems Controllers
    • Food Manufacturers
  • Technology / IT professionals
    • App / Web / Software Developers
    • SAP Trainers / Software Consultants
    • IT Infrastructure Consultants
    • Mainframe Programmers / Testers
    • Cybersecurity Consultants
    • SEO Consultants
    • Graphic Designers
  •  
  • Construction
    • Construction professionals under employment income (T4)
    • Handymen services
    • General Constructors (self-employed and incorporated businesses)
    • Truck & Heavy Machinery drivers
  • Other Industries / Niches
    • Rideshare (Uber/Lyft drivers)
    • Real Estate Brokers
    • Real Estate Investors (Investment Corporations)
    • Paralegal / Lawyers
    • Pharmacists (Professional Corporations)
    • Travel Agencies / International Tour Guide Agencies
    • Virtual Secretary / Translation services
    • Long-Haul Truck Drivers (Sole-proprietors & Incorporated)
    • Charities / Non-for-profit organizations
    • Online Sales / E-Commerce businesses (Etsy, Amazon Affiliates)
    • Health / Personal Care businesses (Spa, Nails, Hairdresser, and Beauty Salons)
    • Beauty Schools / Training Institutes
    • Cleaning Services (Sole-proprietors)
    • Business / Commercial Cleaning services (Incorporated)
    • Home Staging / Decoration services
    • Pet Stores / Animal Care

 

Tax Preparation Cost


Tax Preparation

E-file

Remote Filing

Initial Meeting (Phone/Video Call)

Local Area Appointment

Home/Office Visits in Toronto

Home/Office Visits in GTA

Multiple Income Types

Previous Years filing

Paper Filing

After Hours Meeting (June - January)

Client Copy

Representation with CRA

Year-round Support

Tax Adjustments (1)

Extras Services

Profit & Loss

Financial Statements

Bookkeeping

STUDENT

$50

flat rate

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

Extra

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

EMPLOYED

$100

starting

$20

$40

$60

Extra

$20

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

RENTAL PROPERTY

$200

starting

$20

$40

$60

Extra

$20

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

SELF-EMPLOYED

$400

starting

$20

$40

$60

Extra

$20

HST/T4

Included

N/A

Extra

CORPORATE

$1400

starting

$20

$40

$60

Extra

N/A

HST/T4/T5/T1/NTR

N/A

Included

Extra

Discount for New Clients or Referred clients. Call us @ 416-932-1915

ALL OF OUR SERVICES ARE CUSTOMIZED TO MEET YOUR BUDGET!

Contact us @ (416) 932-1915 for an appointment or to discuss any Tax-related questions!

Preparing your Canadian Income Tax return

Important Information

Thank you for trusting RGB Accounting.

You are making an investment to get your taxes prepared by RGB Accounting. As part of our service, we provide year-round assistance and a solid guarantee that makes sure you are satisfied.

Rest assured that your return will be treated with confidentiality and prepared by seasoned experts in tax preparation.

Here are the steps to complete your Canadian Income Tax return:

1. Please read this document completely including the FAQ.

2. Complete the questionnaire form as instructed to get an estimate of the cost for filing your tax return.

3. We will send the estimate by email shortly after receiving the questionnaire form along with the authorization form (T1013) to represent you with CRA for signing.

4. Upon acceptance, gather your tax documents, scan and email them to [email protected]. Along with the scanned authorization form (T1013). If you prefer, you can use our clients’ access page on our website to upload all documents by clicking here (link to client’s portal).

What happens next:

1. You will be contacted when your documents have been received at our office.

   Additionally, you will be told the name of your tax professional.

2. Upon review of your submission, your tax professional will contact you within a few days:

   • for further information regarding your taxes,

   • to provide a final quote of the tax preparation fee,

   • to inform you of an approximate completion date, and

   • to accept a deposit payable by credit card.

3. Upon completion of your return, your tax professional will contact you again, to review your tax return with you and to accept the balance of the payment.

4. An authorization form (T183) will be submitted to you for signing either by email or posted on your client’s page. If uploaded to your client’s page, you will have to download it, print it, sign it, scan it, and returned to us either by email, or reposted to your client’s page.

5. Once returned to us we will submit your tax return to the CRA and send a copy to you for your own records.

Frequently Asked Questions

How much does your service cost?

Before completion of your return, we first require a $50 deposit payable by credit card. Then to prepare a standard Canadian tax return, we will charge between $50 – $70. If you have a more complex return, the fee may be moderately higher, but your tax preparer will provide you with an estimate before completing the tax return. We guarantee that your fee will not exceed the estimate as long as we have received all the required information.

Why do you need to know when I was in Canada?

Your tax preparer may need to know this information to determine your residency status and determine if you are eligible to claim Canadian credits. If you have been living in Canada for years, then the date of entry is not as important as departure.

Why do you need to know my World Income?

Your tax preparer may need this information to determine your eligibility for Canadian credits. Depending on your residency status in Canada, World Income may be required to be reported on your Canadian Return. Any tax paid to a foreign country may be eligible for a Foreign Tax Credit to avoid double taxation.

How do I pay you?

We accept Visa, Mastercard and American Express. We will also accept cheques with a two-week delay in the delivery of the tax return.

Can I pay over the internet using my online bank system?

If you have a Canadian bank account, you can pay by sending us an Interact e-transfers to [email protected].

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