Tax Planning with Scott Gray, CPA, CMA

Tax Planning with Scott Gray, CPA, CMA

Tax planning whether for personal or corporate taxes is a process that helps you reduce the amount of taxes you’ll owe at the end of each year.

There are a number of ways to develop strong strategies around your corporate taxes, but it primarily involves reducing your overall income, increasing your number of tax deductions throughout the year, and taking advantage of certain tax credits in the Canadian Tax code.

Your overall corporate tax objectives are usually consistent from one year to the next. You want to minimize personal and corporate taxes, both now and in the future, while protecting and growing your assets. Seems pretty simple, right?

Tax Strategies

Every financial decision or transaction you make, has a resulting tax implication. Then you have the constantly changing tax rules, and you realize the importance of reviewing and adjusting your tax strategies on a regular basis. This should be an integral part of corporate strategy and personal wealth management.

As a full-service accounting practice based in Oakville, Ontario, Scott Gray, CPA, CMA, and his team, provide consulting and business advisory services to individuals and businesses in Oakville, Burlington, and surrounding areas.

Scott Gray, CPA,CMA

We prepare both personal, and corporate tax returns and handle all tax filing and reporting requirements to ensure compliance with provincial and federal taxation authorities.

We work closely with small and mid size businesses and their owners, as well as high-net worth individuals and their families, to maximize cash flow and minimize tax liabilities.

Services Offered

  • estate planning
  • tax reduction
  • deferral strategies
  • bookkeeping services
  • budget and cash flow planning
  • financial statement preparation

With over 35 years of business experience, we have helped our clients enjoy sustainable personal and corporate tax savings through our tax planning approach and innovative solutions.

Scott Gray, CPA,CMA


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