For Canadian Bookkeepers, Accountants and Small Business Owners
Every business needs to keep reliable, accurate bookkeeping records in order to
Know their income and costs, to determine if they are profitable
Comply with the Income Tax Act and other laws
Minimize their taxes payable
Eileen Reppenhagen, aka TaxDetective®, was an accountant, in public practice for over 30 years.
Eileen retired from practicing as an accountant in 2015.
She continues to consult on best practices for keeping records and is a Certified QuickBooks ProAdvisor (Advanced).
These webinars are designed to help business owners, bookkeepers and accountants keep records, manage their finances, and save money on their taxes.
Bookkeepers, accountants, and small business owners will benefit and the webinars can be used for staff training.
Some (but not all) of the webinars provide information on best procedures for using QuickBooks, but it isn't necessary to use QuickBooks in order to learn from her experience.
There are many topics included below:
· Best practices for bookkeepers
· Quick method GST/HST - not always uncomplicated!
· Keeping records - self-employment
· Internal controls
· Master Quicken software (in depth)
· Reimbursements, jobs time & mileage - rules differ depending on who you are and why you're being reimbursed! Reimbursements are taxable supplies, so factor into the $30,000 threshold for GST/HST registration.
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It's surprising how often this question comes up. And, there are all sorts of little complications. Things like ITC's on CCA for self-employed, and the 1% bonus on the first $30,000 of reported revenue each year.
CRA has three methods, Full, Quick and Simplified. It's necessary to be pre-approved for the Quick Method, not everyone qualifies.
Reimbursements are complicated. Depending on who you are, and why you're being reimbursed, the rules differ. Employees, partners, volunteers; self-employed, partnerships, lawyers, insurance, ... different rules.
As agent, not as agent, what does it all mean?
Reimbursements are taxable supplies, so they factor into the $30,000 threshold for registration for GST/HST.
Your client has closed their sole proprietorship, and incorporated a new business. This webinar considers the entries necessary for both books, to close one set of books, and to open the new corporate books.
Completion of Form T2125, for the T1 personal tax return. How to keep records to manage finances and the business; Business assets, Capital Cost Allowance; Home office & Meals; Correcting the past; Vehicles.
Family holiday in the making? is everyone already tied to their mobile devices? Microsoft OneNote software can be used to collaborate online, before, during, after the trip to share memories; create procedure manuals, user guides, project planning...
If someone were to make an offer to purchase the rights to TaxDetective (Trademarked in Canada), I'm open to offers.
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