At Balanced Numbers, we offer an array of personal and business tax and bookkeeping services including but not limited to:

  • Accounts Payable & Receivable
  • Payroll
  • Bookkeeping – for both large and small firms!
  • Bank reconciliation
  • Day to day banking
  • Financial record clean up
  • Invoicing
  • Custom reports
  • Income statements
  • General ledger
  • Budgets
  • GST remittances
  • Personal income tax returns
  • T1 adjustments
  • Corporate income tax returns
  • Rental properties / small businesses returns

Drop off services available, or sit down with your qualified tax associate to cooperatively assess your return!

We understand your need for fast, reliable, professional and discrete record keeping services. Don’t wait until your office is buried in paper! Clean and organized financials will truly allow you to reflect back on accurate margins. This is what we excel and take pride in! Taking the opportunity to accurately and confidently make informed decisions regarding your growth will allow your company to flourish with its most potential.

Tips & Tricks

A few tips and tricks to help keep your day to day operations moving swiftly and efficiently:

  • Keeping an organized office and work place is essential. Making sure all papers are continuously filed will ensure records are kept organized in the proper folders according to date. If you don’t keep accurate daily records, you won’t have an accurate way to track the financial condition of your business.
  • Take time to read through your daily mail. This will ensure invoicing and bills are paid on time and in full each month to avoid those nasty late charges!
  • Handle and review cheques with care. It is easy to switch into auto pilot when handling and signing cheques. However, it is import to carefully and thoughtfully review the items that pass over your desk to avoid mistakes and accidental transactions. When signing it is also important to have a clear distinctive signature that does not invite a threat or open opportunity of forgery.

Tax Season Dates:

Filing deadlines:

  • April 30 (most filers)
  • June 15 (self-employed filers and their spouses or common-law partners)
  • June 30 (TFSA return)

 GST/HST credit payments: 

  • January 5
  • April 5
  • July 5
  • October 5

 Installment payments due: 

  • March 15
  • June 15
  • September 15
  • December 15
  • December 31 (farmers and fishers pay their yearly installment payment)

 RRSP contribution deadline: 

  • March 1