Telephone provider move

This is a heads up that my telephone provider is being changed. The phone number will be ported from one provider to the new provider.

Following this, my office phone number will fall back to my cell phone, so that you only need to store the office number. The office phone will now also receive and send text messages. There are some other, behind the scene, changes which will allow my assistant and myself to both call out or receive calls at the same time.

The switch should be seamless for clients – the only issue may be if a phone call is active during the switch over. Apart from that, the change should not be noticed by anyone.

So you filed… That’s it, right?

Think again...

The Canada Revenue Agency is reviewing the 2016 tax returns. In fact, they are also calling for details on 2014, 2015 and 2016 during 2017.

It is important to note the following:

  • The CRA will provide only 30 days to reply to their request for information. They allow only one extension.
  • The reply must be sent to the same location that requested the information. This may not necessarily be the same as where you filed your tax return or that issued your Notice.
  • Failing to comply with the request will result in a denial of your claim and cause a reassessment of your tax return resulting in a balance owing.