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Hammad Naseem

 “We started off as a small company and needed assistance with bookkeeping and year-end tax preparation. I am happy to say that within three years, we have enjoyed substantial growth and are well on our way into being a success story. Throughout this growth period, Williamson Accounting has been with us side by side- each month, providing updated financial reports and guidance needed to direct our business and keeping us on track. At the company’s year-end, they have been dependable in providing tax planning we need including issuing and filing T4’s for our employees and corporate and personal tax returns. They are a great resource for any start-up or growing business and we highly recommend their service.”


Hammad Naseem, Co-Founder, Flarian Innovation Inc.

 

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How to Save for Your Child's Education

September is now in full swing and the kids are back in school. Is that a good thing or a bad thing? It’s good! With the cost of post secondary education going up every year it almost feels like a bad thing, however, for those people wanting to help the students or students-to-be in their lives, what better way than to start them off with a Registered Education Savings Plan (RESP).

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Losing the Canadian Penny

Here we go again, more about the penny. Earlier this year, the government of Canada announced that they will stop producing the penny- apparently it’s more expensive to make than it’s worth. It costs 1.6 ¢ to create a 1¢ penny. In 2010, the Royal Canadian Mint spent $11 million to distribute $6.9 million worth of pennies. Now comes the question, how does this affect businesses, small and large?

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