Online tax tips and resources from CGAs

It's that time of the year again — tax time.

The Certified General Accountants Association of British Columbia (CGA-BC) provides resources for individuals and business to assist them in preparing their income tax returns and with other aspects of tax and financial planning.

CGA-BC has recently released its 2010 B.C. Tax Tips and RRSP Guide, a valuable and easy-to-use tax resource that offers noteworthy tax tips, includes federal and provincial tax updates, details pertaining to income, deductions and tax credits, as well as related information.

The Tax Tips and RRSP Guide was prepared by Dave Fairhall, FCGA, of Fairhall Zhang & Associates Ltd., a CGA public accounting firm in Burnaby.

To view the 2010 B.C. Tax Tips and RRSP Guide, visit at

Another valuable tax resource offered by CGA-BC is the 2010-2011 Personal Tax Planning Guide. This free 140-page tax guide is designed to assist individuals with personal tax planning.

Order the 2010-2011 Personal Tax Planning Guide at:

Finally, a Certified General Accountant can help you with a broad range of financial matters, including: auditing services and reports, business valuation, estate planning, investment planning, management consulting and advisory services, obtaining and securing financing, planning and budget preparation, planning compensation programs, problem analysis and profitability improvement, retirement planning, sales tax consulting (HST), and tax return preparation (personal and corporate).

To locate a certified general accountant in your community who can assist you with your income tax needs, call 1-800-565-1211 or visit



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