Welcome to Alcivar & Associates

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Global Taxation & Accounting Systems Inc. is dedicated to providing his clients with an unwavering level of service and business advisor. His entrepreneurial sprint and ability to stay ahead of current technologies allow Mr. Alcivar to offer fully computerized services. Committed to ongoing professional development he attends numerous courses and seminars throughout the year, thus ensuring his clients receive not only outstanding service but also the most up-to-day answers to their questions and concerns. He is fluent in English and Spanish, who is working as a General Accountant and Legal Business Consultant since 1972 in Toronto.

Our professional team with highly experienced tax and accounting field will help to resolve your problems and as a result helping you move ahead in your business with our personal assistance in all your problems around. Our clients always recommended other peoples.

Who is an Accountant

An accountant is a practitioner of accountancy or accounting, which is the measurement, disclosure or provision of assurance about financial information that helps managers, investors, tax authorities and others make decisions about allocating resources.

Accountants can be classified into two categories one who are qualified under a statute of a country by clearing the necessary exams second none qualified who pursue the profession without being covered under any relevant statutory obligations. The accountants who perform duties under a statute can be held accountable for the professional misconduct whereas non qualified accountants are not covered any relevant statute so their work is not under any professional scrutiny.

Tax News:
Taxpayer relief provisions
The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) administers legislation that gives the Minister of National Revenue discretion to: cancel or waive penalties or interest accept certain late, amended, or revoked elections (income tax only) refund or reduce the amount payable beyond the … Read more...
Voluntary Disclosures Program
A second chance to correct your tax affairs Second chances don’t often happen in life. But if you have ever made a tax mistake or left out details about income on your tax return, the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) is … Read more...
Persons with disabilities
The disability amount is a non-refundable tax credit that a person with a severe and prolonged impairment in physical or mental functions can claim to reduce the amount of income tax he or she has to pay in a year. … Read more...
Responsibilities of authorized representatives
You shall act in the interest of your clients, employers, and interested third parties. You agree not to disclose any taxpayer information that is provided to you by the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) to anyone else without the taxpayer’s prior … Read more...
Equivalent to spouse tax credit
If you are unmarried, or married but separated from your spouse, you can claim the “equivalent to spouse” tax credit in respect of certain dependents as described below. The credit is referred to as “equivalent to spouse” because the spouse amount … Read more...
Spousal support payments
Spousal support payments made to a separated, divorced -law partner are deductible in computing the payer’s income. They are required spouse or common by a Court Order or a written agreement. The payment are included in the recipient’s income. However, they … Read more...
Moving Expenses
If you move to carry on employment or a business in a new work location, you can deduct certain moving expenses incurred in the move. The deduction is allowed is your new home is at least 40 kilometres closer to … Read more...