2019 Federal Budget

Finance Minister Bill Morneau’s message with Budget 2019 is that, thanks to the Federal Government’s investments over the past three years, things are going well — especially for the middle class: more Canadians have full-time jobs, unemployment is at historic lows,... read more

If you own a TFSA, you undoubtedly started it because it allows you to invest and earn dividend or interest income and make a capital gain without paying tax….. Click here to view our summer 2018 newsletter... read more

2018 Ontario Budget Commentary

If it weren’t for the announcements leading up to the Provincial Budget, we would not be sending you out a Provincial Budget Commentary this year. Before the recent announcements, including free child care, speculation in the news was that this was going to be the... read more

The Federal Government’s 2018 Budget touts Canada’s strong economic growth over the past two years, including real GDP growth of 3.2 per cent since the second quarter of 2016, an unemployment rate of 5.9 per cent, and significant improvements in average weekly... read more

3 Ways To Better Organize Your Receipts

We deal with a lot of receipts over the year. Most of them end up in the garbage can and we hold on to the important ones for our tax returns. In this article we will share some tips and tricks that you can implement in your daily life to better manage your receipts.... read more

2015 Tax Season Newsletter

As a valued customer of McCann and Roque Chartered Accountants you may have already received your personalized 2015 tax season newsletter. In this post we wanted to share the newsletter section of our complete bulletin with everyone. If you stumbled upon this blog... read more

Happy New Year 2016

The end of the year is a good time to review long-term investments and mortgages. New Year’s resolutions. So easy to make, so hard to keep. According to a Nielsen survey, the most common resolution for 2015 was to keep fit. A resolution to spend less money and save... read more

How To Detect CRA Tax Scams & Avoid Them

Beware of telephone calls or emails from persons pretending to be CRA agents and asking for personal information or promising you a tax refund.  According to the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA), an increasing number of Canadians are receiving telephone calls from persons... read more

Giving To Charity? Everything You Need To Know

Check with McCann and Roque to make sure your charitable donation meets the requirements for your maximum tax deduction.    Canadians seem to be a very generous people and are more than willing to support charities or give to non-profit organizations that promote... read more

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