When you file your income taxes, the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) conducts an initial review of your return. When this is completed, a notice of assessment is issued (NOA). This CRA assessment determines whether you owe a balance, owe nothing, or are due a refund. If you live in Canada and need CRA notice assessment services, SAU Consulting is your best option. For more information, please see our website https://www.sauconsulting.ca/our-services/taxdisputes
CRA Notice Of
A CRA notice of
assessment is an
assessment of your tax
return. Every year after
you file your tax return,
the Canada Revenue
Agency sends you a
letter. It includes the
amount of income tax
paid in detail, the amount
of their tax refund, tax
credit, income tax
already paid, and so on.
The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) issues
the Notice of Assessment to all Canadian
taxpayers after processing their tax returns.
The Notice of Assessment includes important
information such as your retirement savings
plan deduction limit and amounts for the
following year's return, such as unused
tuition, education credits, and capital losses.
Small businesses can benefit from SAU
consulting and business advisory services
by filing optimized returns that save time
and money. We will represent you and
handle the paperwork and communication
associated with objections to Notices of
Assessment and audits.
In order to help your business thrive,
we are providing the right direction
for you, including well-organized tax
consultants specialists in Canada.
We can assist you in becoming
organized, planning for profit, and
making financial management
CRA audits taxpayers to ensure compliance with income
tax laws and to request documents and information that
examine property or record-keeping processes.
In general, tax credits save you
more money than deductions.
Credits are typically intended
to encourage or reward certain
types of behavior that are
thought to be beneficial to the