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Business Advisory

In addition to advising on corporate structures, we advise businesses on a variety of matters that small business owners invariably encounter. These include employment and independent contractor structures, tax deductions, guidance on hiring and firing employees, or registration for WSIB and payroll taxes.

Corporate Tax Deductions and Compliance

We advise businesses on tax deductions that are available for the business, for the business owners personally, and those available for its employees. We guide businesses through the process of preparing T2200s for its employees, as well as T2125s, T777s, T4s, and other year-end forms. We guide clients through business start-up government regulations such as WSIB registration, payroll registration and remittance and GST/HST registration and remittance.

Business Matters

We can prepare agreements to establish tax efficient business structures such supplier and distribution agreements or intercorporate loan agreements. We establish subsidiary or parent corporations to create tax efficient corporate structures for our clients and their family. We guide and assist our clients in setting up corporations in the United States and internationally. We advise businesses as to whether their employees qualify as independent contractors, thereby reducing both parties’ tax burden.

We’re Here to Help

We guide our clients through the web of corporate and tax logistics. With years of experience in corporate and commercial law, Kalfa Law is your perfect partner for your business start-up and structuring needs.

Own a small business? We’re here to help™.

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