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CPA BC is proud of female leaders running businesses in BC.

CPA BC recognizes inspirational leaders in it’s Annual Membership Program.

Public and private sector companies need more woman leaders. By providing choice, being open to innovative solutions, and proving greater flexibility in the workplace, balance of work and life can be supported. This will enable more woman to join the workforce and create a better work environment that places people first.

Tax Season 2019

Vancouver accountant Olga

As personal taxes filed for 2018, it’s a good time to think of 2019 tax season and get ready for the next year personal tax filing. RRSP is one of the ways to invest in your retirement and optimize taxes. The notice of assessment will have RRSP deduction limit. Please make sure not to invest over RRSP limit, as that would result in additional tax on over-contributed amounts. Keep our contacts for the next tax season Olga@LCPA.ca / 604-719-5202 / www.LCPA.ca. #olgalipnitskaya #northshoreaccountant #northshoretax #taxincanada #vancouveraccountant #accountantinvancouver #filecorporatetax #filetax #tax #taxrefund #money #filebusinesstax #taxseason #cpa #taxtips #olgacpa #onlinebusiness #growyourbusiness #businessincanada #financiallyfit #supportbusiness #investment

File tax for business or individual

Helping businesses and individuals to file their tax returns in 2019 tax season. Our office published a checklist to assist with collection of required tax slips and documents for accountants. Please use the link: http://lcpa.ca/tax-services-north-vancouver/

Contact our office Olga@LCPA.ca / 604-719-5202 / www.LCPA.ca to file your taxes. #olgalipnitskaya #northshoreaccountant #northshoretax #taxincanada #vancouveraccountant #accountantinvancouver #filecorporatetax #filetax #cpa #taxtips #olgacpa #onlinebusiness #businessincanada #taxplanning

Tax tips principal residence

New starting 2016: if you sold your principal residence, you have to report the sale on Schedule 3 and Form T2091. You do not have to pay tax on any gain from the sale because of the principal residence exemption. Change in usage from principal residence to rental or business is deemed disposition and has to be reported.  There is a penalty for non reporting.

Principal residence reporting

Fir more details please see the link to CRA website:

https://www.canada.ca/en/revenue-agency/services/tax/individuals/topics/about-your-tax-return/tax-return/completing-a-tax-return/personal-income/line-127-capital-gains/principal-residence-other-real-estate.html