Sometimes things just don’t work out as planned, and sometimes, a company lives a natural life, and requires a hand in having it taken off the records.
This process is called Dissolving a Company and there is a process to do that, otherwise you will constantly be informed to file one thing or another with the government.
The articles of dissolution can be obtained on the internet with the following link:
Articles of Dissolution
You might want to read a little about it here:
Ontario Dissolution of a Company
Once the permission letter is received, and you have two signed copies of the Articles of Dissolution, and have them “stamped”, and the necessary fee paid, there is a final step.
That is, a final tax return must be filed from the date of the last filed return, and the date of dissolution.
Merry Christmas and a Very Happy and Healthy New Year.
We will be on a vacation break and not back until January 2, Wednesday 2019.
With the change in phone systems, the phone number remains the same 800-959-8281 but you no longer have the option to press the * key to “speak to an agent” within a few minutes.
Now these are the options:
CRA Personal Line Options Changed when calling 800-959-8281
Locked out of account press 1
Remittance Voucher or other forms 2
RRSP HBP TFSA 3
Tax return, balance 4 other inquiries 5
Other, address, direct deposit, trust 5
The # key returns to main menu.
You need your SIN number, and need to key it in to give CRA a “heads up” to who they will be speaking with, and the mechanical voice will let you know the waiting period for you to be in the queue. It seems to take longer now, but if the service is better, that is the trade off. Time will fix just about everything.
It’s getting more complicated, if you didn’t already know. This is the bulletin that details the monthly reporting requirement that CRA insists on.
You must report certain activities of your growing operation if you are in the legitmate business, on a monthly basis, no later than the end of the month following the reporting period.
Read, mark, learn, and inwardly digest… hmmmm…
Bulleting 105 Mary Wanna
It looks like we can no longer dial the business number 1-800-959-5525 and then press the * key to contact them directly.
Calling CRA Business 800-959-5525
After dialing, there are different options to press.
Some that may be of benefit to us are:
– Payroll 3
– GST 4 then press 0 enter 9 digits HST then 1
– Self employed or Corporation 5
– Other 6
First two have to do with registrations or difficulty accessing accounts on line.
This is the CRA website which lets you put in the line number from your personal tax return that you would like to research.
For example, line 305 is for other deductions for an eligible dependant. Do you qualify for it, based on the best information you have, and the little information CRA gives to you, before they come up with a reason to disallow it?
All Deductions link – press it
Are you over contributed to your RRSP account?
Check the following out (Pdf files)
Link to T746
T1 OVP to be signed and mailed
Line 130 – Scholarships, fellowships, bursaries, study grants, and artist’s project grants (awards)
A number of people don’t realize that when they are a full time student, that Scholarships, fellowships, bursaries, grants are exempt from tax, and are reported through a T4A document issued by the payer.
When you file your income tax, you should report the amount received as income, and as income that is exempt.
In order to determine if you would qualify for the exempt status, the easiest way is to access a computer, put canada.ca Link to Canada Government Website in the URL field of the search engine you are using (Chrome, Firefox, etc), and where the search bar appears in the CRA website, put in the word “Line 130”.
From there, just scroll down until you see the detail on Scholarships, etc, and hit the enter key. Within that document, there is the criteria listed and highlighted as a “qualifying student”. Put your cursor over that word, and hit the “enter” key.
You should have enough reading material to determine if you qualify for the exemption, and it will save you time in requesting an adjustment sometime later.
Post assessment reviews
It’s nearly time that CRA will automatically send letters for special situations that require documentation in support of some of the claims used in your most recent tax return.
This review is automatically generated based on criteria predetermined by CRA and periodically amended to include or exclude items previously determined to be relative to the initial review.
Please do not hesitate to contact us regarding the process and if we have been contacted beforehand on your behalf, we will respond and contact you if any information is believed to be contained in your annual tax document file that is in your possession.
The Holllingsworth and Associates Team.
From the Government Web Site, some information pertaining to your CPP.
Click for CPP Information