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Trusted Saskatoon auto repair & service expert Glenwood Auto's tip on finding your VIN

At Glenwood Auto Service, they are committed to providing you exactly that. Your vehicle will be professionally diagnosed and top quality parts will be installed by technicians with years of experience that you can trust.

Glenwood Auto are Trusted Saskatoon Auto Repair & service experts

Here the Glenwood Team share a video Tip and it's definitely worth watching!!

Trusted Saskatoon Bookkeeping Experts answers your Facebook Fanpage Questions

 

TrustedSaskatoon.com Talk to the Experts – Legal and Professiona

Q: Brenda Compton : If you have 2 smaller businesses under one roof can you write off double the amounts? eg: office space, utilities, vehicles? etc. 

A: No.  If you are writing off office space you are only permitted one office space per company.  For more specific clarification we recommend you speak with your accountant.

Q: M Liz Beisel: When CRA does an audit, how many years of receipts/data do you need to have? That year or more? 

A: When the Canada Revenue Agency does an audit it is typically for a specific time period.  But you should always keep 7 years.  Even after seven years, it is recommended that you keep all audited financial statements, GST, PST, payroll and any government forms that have been received.  Scanned copies have not been approved by CRA yet so be sure to keep originals of everything.  If your documents have been destroyed by fire, flood etc. you may be required to submit a Loss of Property Declaration to CRA.

Q: Ann Lyte-Maille: What receipts must be kept and for how long? 

A: Keep receipts, tax notices, government forms, invoices etc. for a minimum of seven years.  Even after seven years, it is recommended that you keep all audited financial statements, GST, PST, payroll and any government forms that have been received.

Q: Darryl Spokes: If I am just starting a new business and can’t afford a bookkeeper yet, what would you recommend are the best practices I can set up on my own before I get a bookkeeper

A: Stay organized!  Sorting takes the most time for our new clients.  We tell all our smaller or new companies they will save a lot of money by doing these easy steps.

1. Keep corporate documents like partnership or shareholder agreements in a safe and secure place. 

2. Keep all documentation for asset purchases like vehicles, office furniture, electronics etc. in a separate folder.  You will need these at the end of the year.

3. Write on your receipt what the item was for.  If you went for lunch with a potential client, write “Lunch with potential client” on the receipt.

4. Write on your invoices, “Paid with Cheque No. XX on XXXXX, 2013.” Or Staple the cheque stub to your copy of the paid invoice.

5. Match all the receipts and invoices that you wrote cheques for that are on the bank statement and put them in a folder marked “December 2013 on the Bank Statement”.

6. Take your receipts that you have paid with your own money and put them in an envelope marked “December 2013 Paid with Own Money”.

7. Staple your deposit slip to the invoices that have been paid with that deposit.

8. Put the deposits that are on the bank statement in your monthly folder.

9. Put all your monthly information in a folder or bin and keep it all together.  Lost receipts mean lost tax benefits.  You want to keep all your money in your pocket not the governments. 

Q: Deenna Dekker: Do you charge annually, hourly or is there a monthly set fee?

A: We typically charge by the ½ hour.  We work on an hourly basis and we have descriptive invoices that show you exactly what we have done.  We do work on a monthly basis with some of our clients but we would have to do their bookkeeping for a year before we decide on a monthly contract rate.  

  

Trusted Saskatoon Legal and Professional Services Talk to the Experts Show

Trusted Saskatoon.com THE Saskatoon Directory   is proud to be hosting a Talk to the Experts show " The Trusted Show' Monthly on Newstalk 650 ..the first show aired June 9th 2012.  Find them all here in our tips library or on our Trusted Channel on You Tube which is a fabulous resource of Tips, Interviews, Demos and Tours.

What this means is you can listen to all the shows ON DEMAND, you can share them with friends who may be interested in the shows subjects and this makes sure you never have to miss a Trusted Show - we think out of the Box when it comes to marketing, so we can provide the BEST Possible service for YOU the public- we are the Only Local Directory that works for you...and the only  place to offer this kind of service in Saskatoon!  

This latest show we are featuring is the TRUSTED SASKATOON Directory Legal and Professional Show

All of the questions on the show are submitted by our wonderful Trusted Saskatoon Facebook Fans  and one lucky fans question was chosen by Brent to win the Prize package submitted by the 3 Trusted Businesses worth up to $500!

 


 

 

Trusted Saskatoon Caterer Nicola from PickNics makes a yummy fruit Pavlova

What's the difference betweewn good food and absolutely incredible dining? Fresh, quality ingredients, generous portions, imagination and creativity! From a simple catered lunch with gourmet sandwiches, to a Picknic Box for 2 for a romantic evening in, to a fabulously catered wedding or event, let Picknic's Catering and Fine Foods create something special for you!

PIckNics Catering & Fine Food is a TRUSTED SASKATOON CATERING EXPERT

Check out this great demo - Nicola makes a yummy and easy dessert!

Find PickNic's Catering and Fine Foods at 210 33rd Street West or online here- or go to their listing in Saskatoon Catering & Bakeries to read all of the wonderful things her clients had to say about PickNics.

Tammy Wandzura a Trusted Saskatoon Mortgage Broker Expert shares some great information and tips on mortgages

Purchasing your home is one of the biggest and most important decisions that you can make. Tammy Wandzura your Trusted Saskatoon Mortgage broker and the team at Elite Mortgage Choice believe that buying a home should also be an exciting experience with little to NO stress. By trusting your Mortgage Broker, you are ensuring that any stress you may have had in previous encounters can be eliminated!

Tammy truly believes that all you should have to worry about is opening the door to your new home for the very first time.

Here Tammy shares some great information and tips on mortgages:

As a Mortgage Broker October & November are the months that our lenders & insurers take the time to come and meet with us and introduce us to new products and information that can be useful to our clients.

As YOUR Mortgage Broker I am here to share information that pertains directly to you!

A few things to think about going into the tail end of the year and 2014. 

The government has mandated further rules for our lenders to follow in 2014.  What does this mean to you?

If you have Line's of Credit or Credit cards that have a minimum interest only repayment-lenders will be forced to use a 3% repayment in most cases
EX: $10,000.00 Unsecured Line of credit=Currently $50.00/month minimum payment
NOW: the Banks will require us to use a $300.00/month payment

**This will significantly impact the approval & qualification of many clients.

Thinking of restructuring your mortgage OR buying?  Call me today.  We can talk about your options TODAY and in the future!

1)  Buying a HOME?
 

Have you considered PURCHASE + IMPROVEMENTS
 
With the new Government rules regarding refinancing (only able to restructure your mortgage up to 80% of the value) it will take some significant time to build enough equity; allowing you the flexibility to do that upgrade to the kitchen, bathroom, shingles, driveway, basement, furnace etc

We can set up your mortgage as a Purchase +
This allows you to do the upgrades now and include the improvement costs into your mortgage!

Call me today to discuss how this program can work for you!

2) There are special programs available for Professionals (such as: Doctors/Residents & Engineers) Call me for more details. 

  

3) Variable Rate Mortgages are Making a Comeback!

Many of our lenders are re-introducing the deeper discounts on the Variable rate mortgages.
This type of mortgage is not always best suited for the first time home buyer. Qualifications are different. **However this is a great option for a qualified borrower to work with the LOW Prime rate (still sitting at 3%) 

  

4) Self employed - Stated income
Are you Self employed? There are still STATED income programs available with as little as 10% downpayment.
Approval is subject to qualification.   
 

  

5) New To Canada?
New to Canada as a Permanent resident OR on a Work Visa- we can qualify you with as little as 5% downpayment.
Pre-approvals are required
Call me today for further details!
 

 

Call Tammy Wandzura today at 933.3386 for all of your Saskatoon mortgage needs OR visit www.elitemortgagechoice.com

Make an appointment with Tammy Wandzura at TMG, #1-511 1st Ave N or check out her listing on the SASKATOON DIRECTORY in the SASKATOON MORTGAGES Category..she is a Trusted SASKATOON MORTGAGE BROKER Expert!

Listen to Tammys current Radio ad here! http://www.elitemortgagechoice.com/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2012/02/SP0085.mp3

 

 

 

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