Whether you are self-employed or full-time employed with a self-employed income on the side, it is mandatory to file your income tax return every year. When you do it on your own, you could make mistakes or come up with questions that could lead to further delay in filing your taxes.
As a sole proprietor, you are entitled to more deductions than as an employee of an organization. As a client of NSI Accounting & Financial Services, we help you in finding the maximum number of deductions, minimizing your tax liabilities and also take the responsibility of the paperwork to avoid audits.
As a sole proprietor, we help you with:
T1 form and submission
T2125 – business statement
Identify the complex deductions
Business expenses that include, advertising fees, office supplies, shipping or logistics costs, Internet & telephone bills, utility costs, accounting & other professional fees