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Salman Rundhawa

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  • Urdu (Native or Bilingual)
  • Arabic (Limited Working)
  • English (Full Professional)
  • Hindi (Professional Working)


5770 Hurontario St Suite 102
Mississauga, ON L5R 3G5


09 Years of experience in the field of Accounting and Taxation.

Experienced with corporate (T2) and personal (T1) income taxes, preparation & analysis of financial statements, Year End adjusting entries, Accounts Payables, Accounts Receivable, Bank reconciliation, Payroll management, Budgets and Internal Control.

Excellent computer skills in Caseware, Caseview, Cantax, Taxprep, U-File, QuickBooks, Business Vision, SAP & ERP.

Work Experience

  • Tax Partner

    Filing Taxes (December 2020 – Present)

    Mississauga, Ontario, Canada

  • Assistant Manager

    Madan Chartered Accountant (June 2016 – December 2020)

    Mississauga, ON

  • Senior Staff Accountant and T1 Supervisor

    Madan Chartered Accountant (February 2016 – June 2016)


  • Staff Accountant

    HR Accounting Professional Corporation (August 2015 – January 2016)

    Toronto, ON

  • Accountant

    PwC Canada (January 2015 – July 2015)

    North York, ON, Canada

  • Tax Accountant

    Diamond Tree Accounitng Inc. (September 2013 – October 2014)

    Barrie, ON

  • Assistant Inventory Specialist

    Hydro One (January 2013 – August 2013)

    Barrie, Canada

  • Assistant Accountant

    America’s Best Inn and Suites (July 2012 – December 2012)

    Niagara Falls, Canada

  • Assistant Branch Manager

    Brit International Education Services (February 2010 – July 2011)

    Lahore, Pakistan

  • Assistant Accountant

    Interloop Limited (September 2007 – January 2010)

    Faisalabad, Pakistan


  • Master of Business Administration (MBA), Accounting

    Brock University (2011 – 2012)

  • Master of Business and Information Technology, Marketing

    University of the Punjab, Lahore (2005 – 2007)

  • Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com.), Accounting and Computer Science

    University of the Punjab, Lahore (2003 – 2007)

My Articles

Understanding Capital Cost Allowance and Depreciation for Business Assets

Capital cost allowance (CCA) and depreciation are critical principles in effectively managing business finances, particularly in Canada. CCA is a tax deduction that lets qualifying Canadian taxpayers to deduct the cost of assets utilized for business and professional purposes over a period of time. Depreciation, on the other hand, is an accounting method for allocating the cost of tangible or physical assets over their useful life. These concepts are critical in assisting businesses to recover the cost of capital assets, reduce their initial tax liability, and appropriately report incurred expenses. In this post, we will examine CCA and depreciation, covering

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How to Maximize Tax Savings with Income Splitting Strategies

Income splitting, a strategic tax-planning approach, enables individuals to transfer income from higher earners to lower-income family members, harnessing the advantage of lower marginal tax rates. This tactic shines brightest in countries like Canada, where progressive tax systems levy higher rates on higher incomes. The primary objective of income splitting is to curtail a family’s tax liabilities by apportioning income to lower-earning relatives, collectively reducing their taxable income and, consequently, their tax dues. It can result in substantial tax savings, especially when one spouse significantly outearns the other. Understanding Income Splitting To effectively navigate income splitting, a grasp of its

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Tax Tips for Canadians Navigating the Rapidly Changing Real Estate Market

The Canadian real estate market has undergone a remarkable transformation in recent years, characterized by surging property prices, evolving government regulations, and shifting economic dynamics. Against this backdrop of change, understanding the tax implications of real estate transactions has never been more crucial for Canadians. This article aims to provide valuable insights and essential tax tips for individuals and investors navigating the dynamic landscape of the Canadian real estate market. The Current Real Estate Landscape in Canada The Canadian housing market is undergoing extraordinary changes as a result of a variety of reasons, including: Low Interest Rates: Historically low interest

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Understanding the Tax Implications of Investing in Renewable Energy Projects

The global shift to renewable energy sources is not only environmentally responsible, but also offers significant business potential. Renewable energy initiatives, such as solar, wind, and hydroelectric developments, have attracted a lot of interest from investors. However, potential investors must understand the complex tax structure connected with these initiatives. The purpose of this article is to provide a comprehensive review of the tax implications that individuals and businesses must consider when investing in renewable energy enterprises. Investment in Renewable Energy: A Growing Trend Global investment in renewable energy projects has increased dramatically during the last decade. Governments are rewarding these

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Navigating Tax Issues for Canadian Influencers and Content Creators on Social Media Platforms

The digital age has seen a stratospheric surge in the number of influencers and content creators wielding enormous power on social media platforms. This booming business in Canada has given rise to a new set of tax issues and implications. This essay seeks to provide a detailed review of the primary tax challenges confronting Canadian influencers and content creators, as well as advice on how to navigate the complex tax landscape. Identifying Tax Obligations Influencers and content creators in Canada may be subject to a variety of taxes, including income tax, GST/HST, and maybe provincial taxes. Understanding these tax liabilities

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The Impact of Recent Tax Reforms on Small Businesses and Entrepreneurs in Canada

The recent tax reforms enacted by the Canadian government have ushered in a wave of changes that are having a significant impact on small enterprises and entrepreneurial initiatives across the country. These measures, which aim to solve different economic concerns and improve tax fairness, are transforming the scene for small business owners and aspiring entrepreneurs. This in-depth examination delves into the essential components of these tax reforms and how they are altering the climate for Canada’s small business community. Overview of Recent Tax Reforms The Canadian government implemented a number of significant tax adjustments in 2023. These measures were intended

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Tax Strategies for Canadians in the Age of Remote and Flexible Work Arrangements

Canada’s work landscape is changing dramatically, with remote and flexible work arrangements becoming the new norm. The COVID-19 epidemic hastened this transformation, requiring individuals and organizations to adjust to new ways of doing business. As more Canadians adopt remote and flexible work arrangements, it is critical to understand the tax implications and develop effective methods for navigating this changing tax landscape. Navigating Remote Work Tax Implications: Because of the COVID-19 epidemic, remote work has grown increasingly common, and it is critical to recognize the distinctions between temporary and permanent remote labour. Even if they have been executing their work activities

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The Gig Economy and Its Tax Implications for Independent Workers in Canada

The gig economy, which is defined by short-term, autonomous labour arrangements, has quickly acquired traction in Canada. Independent employees, often known as freelancers or gig workers, now account for a sizable segment of the workforce. The purpose of this essay is to investigate the tax consequences of gig work in Canada and to provide helpful insights and solutions for independent workers to efficiently manage their tax obligations.. Understanding the Gig Economy in Canada The gig economy is expanding in Canada, with about one-third of Canadian workers utilizing alternative employment patterns. In general, the gig economy refers to services offered through

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How to Manage Tax Obligations for Cross-Border Transactions

Cross-border business owners often seek to minimize tax obligations without exposing themselves to unnecessary risk. Minimizing tax obligations and maintaining competitiveness are both excellent goals of cross-border transactions. While international tax planning might be complex, it need not be daunting. By following expert advice, you can minimize your tax burden and comply fully with the regulations of your place of residence. To assist you in dealing with these responsibilities, here are some essential things to keep in mind: Cross-border transaction types Whenever a customer makes an online purchase from a vendor located in a different country, they engage in international

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