Welcome to Sievert Financial Services Inc.

We provide accounting and tax services to individuals, businesses, and estates.

          

Whether you need to change your personal tax return, need help with your company’s bookkeeping, or are the executor of an estate and need to file an estate return, we offer a complete range of services to suit your needs.

Dealing with CRA can seem like a frustrating, never-ending battle. At Sievert Financial Services Inc., we get to the root of the problem and offer a range of solutions at a reasonable price. We explore all options available at your disposal in order to reduce the taxes you owe.

For a consultation, please give us a call at 416-840-5410 or fill out our online form.














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TFSA – 10 Years of Savings
Date posted: January 21, 2019

2019 marks the 10 year anniversary since the Tax Free Savings Account (TFSA) was implemented. During the first few years of the TFSA, there was limited benefits for most, but the increased contribution room each year has allowed for increased benefits to Canadians. ...Read more


What are Registered and Non-Registered Accounts?
Date posted: January 29, 2018

Registered accounts are investment accounts that have advantages to them and therefore have a limit to the amount you can contribute to them. Non-registered accounts are normal investment accounts which have no limit to the amount you can invest in them and are taxed normally. Below are brief explanations of four different types of registered accounts. ...Read more




Small Business Tax Revisions – The Latest
Date posted: December 20, 2017

On December 13, 2017, finance minister Bill Morneau announced his latest revisions to the tax changes he proposed earlier this summer. Many are questioning the timing of this announcement as this was the last day the Parliament would meet preceding a six-week recess. The rules outlined in this announcement are to take effect on January 1, 2018. ...Read more