Gilmour Group


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Chartered Professional Accountants (CPAs)

We primarily serve Langley, Surrey, and Abbotsford in British Columbia, and Calgary in Alberta.

Who are we?

We look at the “big picture” which helps our clients to save on corporate taxes and other government charges.

Who do we work for?

Our clients are primarily manufacturing and distribution companies located in western Canada.

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Who We Are

We are local Chartered Professional Accountants (CPAs) who primarily serve Langley, Surrey, and Abbotsford in British Columbia, and Calgary in Alberta.

GGCPA has been in business over 20 years with a firm mandate to go “Beyond the Basics” ® and “Beyond Borders”.

We believe that excellent service is the goal and that service means stretching our minds and skills to solve your business and tax issues.
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What We Do

We help our clients to save on corporate taxes and other government charges. It can be shortsighted to try to save tax today when a "big picture view" can save future taxes and other government charges such as CPP and WCB.

Equally as important as good planning is good execution. Setting up your systems to manage your tax always reduces overall taxes, penalties and other tax surprises.

Corporate Income Tax is our specialty. The biggest opportunities to save corporate taxes are in 1) smart structures, 2) income splitting, and 3) avoiding double taxation, especially in international transactions.
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Who We Work For

Our clients are primarily manufacturing and distribution companies located in and near Metro Vancouver. We have a special interest in, and do, Scientific Research and Experimental Development (SR&ED) claims for our clients.

Our firm also has a division specializing in International tax, which includes Canadian companies expanding into foreign markets and foreign companies expanding into Canada. We belong to Integra International, a worldwide association of accountants.

We have been in business since 1994. Our founder, Grant Gilmour, CPA, CA, drives this practice and helps our clients to grow and stretch themselves.
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Services We Offer

  • International Tax

    Our clients are importers and exporters. We serve Canadian Businesses that are selling to the world. Most progressive Canadian Businesses will discover that there is a world out there waiting for their products and services. They will face challenges in new markets. We are there to help them navigate the tax rules and minimize tax and the related paperwork.
  • Tax Strategies

    If it is too good to be true it often is. As a general rule we do not encourage our clients to pursue aggressive tax strategies. Many of them are tenuous at best.
  • Corporate Tax Preparation

    Our team is focused on Corporate Tax Advice. This means that we work primarily with business owners. There are some common things that all businesses in Canada must do annually. Here are some links to commonly requested forms at CRA.

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FAQ for Tax Savvy Clients

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MAY
2013

Issue #67 – Borrowing Money from your Corporation

Tax Question I owe my company money, now what happens? Facts According to ITA 15(2) of the tax act, a loan to a shareholder must be included as...
08
MAY
2013

Issue #66b – Notice to Reader vs. a Review

Tax Question How do my Notice to Reader financial statements differ from Review financial statements? Facts A Notice to Reader, or Compilation...
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MAY
2013

Issue #66 – A Reader vs. an Audit

Tax Question How are my reviewed financial statements different from audited financial statements? Facts Discussion An audit involves...
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APR
2013

Issue #65 – Regulation 105 Withholding

Tax Question What is regulation 105 withholding tax and what are the tax implications ? Facts A Regulation 105 withholding tax is a flat rate tax...
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MAR
2013

Issue #64 – Why Does a Business Valuation Matter to your Accountant?

Tax Question Why does a business valuation matter to your accountant or tax advisor? Facts When you are buying or selling a business, the...
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MAR
2013

Issue #63 – What is a Rights and Things Return?

Tax Question What is a Rights and Things Return and when is it filed? Facts A Rights and Things Return is a return which may be filed for a...

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