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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

Filing after Tax Deadline

Missed The CRA Tax Deadline? Here’s What To Do

The Canadian tax deadline of May 1, 2023, has now passed. However, if you’ve missed the tax deadline don’t worry, you can still file your return and claim your tax refund. In this guide, we will cover everything you need to know about filing after the tax deadline. Can I file my taxes after the Canadian tax deadline? Yes, filing late is better than not filing at all! But the answer depends mainly on whether you owe taxes or not. Every year thousands of people apply for their tax refund after the deadline has passed. But even if you are

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Real Estate in Canada

A Guide to Taxes for Real Estate Agents and Brokers

What are the tax expenses left out by the realtors?  Many realtors think that incorporating as a Personal Real Estate Corporation (PREC) will give them most of the benefits of incorporating itself. Unfortunately, only wishing about tax planning goals will not work for you; you must work for them.  In most cases, realtors don’t have a clear understanding of how tax planning works in the corporation and what are the main deductions/expenses allowed. If audited by the CRA, what documents do they need to defend themselves? In this article, we will focus on the expenses that real estate professionals can deduct legally.

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tax certificate

What Are Tax Clearance Certificates and Why You Need Them?

The death of a loved one can be devastating on many levels. Not only do you have to mourn the loss of someone close but you may also have to conduct important business on their behalf after their passing. In some cases, you might even be appointed as the legal representative of their estate to settle their affairs regarding bequests, gifts, and other distribution of assets. But to settle an estate and properly distribute assets like cash, real estate, or other belongings, you’ll have to go through a very specific process to avoid fines or penalties by both the courts

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How to verify the CRA Has Contacted You Not a Scammer?

It seems we hear about victims of fake Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) scams daily. Unfortunately, some scammers take advantage of stressed-out people (especially at tax time) who may not immediately recognize that they’re being scammed. With new and sophisticated tactics appearing every day, it’s not that uncommon for people to be duped by a tax scam and it can happen to the best of us. You need to be cautious when dealing with so-called emails, texts, or phone calls coming from the CRA. Be vigilant in protecting your personal information if someone initiates contact with you and then asks you

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FORM T1030

What Is the T3010?

Registered charities need to fill out and submit the T3010. The form features various parts that charities must complete, even during fiscal years when the entity was inactive, to remain registered. Here’s a brief overview of the T3010 form, including who should fill it out, where to submit it, penalties for missed submissions, and other crucial aspects. What Is the T3010? Also known as Registered Charity Information Return, the T3010 form is an income tax return form for registered charities. Unlike personal income slips, T3010 comes with a checklist to ensure taxpayers fill it out as required by the CRA.

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GST/HST Credits

Are You Eligible For GST HST Credit?

If you belong to the low to medium-income bracket, then you are automatically eligible for GST/HST credit. Along with annual taxes, most Canadians pay for consumer goods and services or GST daily. It is already added to the prices of goods and services as well as in transactions in properties like land, house, and intangible personal property like downloaded products from the internet. In some parts of Canada, GST is combined with provincial sales tax to create a harmonized sales tax or HST. HST varies by province and adds a significant amount to purchased goods and services. With GST/HST credit, Canadians

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Canada’s Pro Deposit 2023: Everything you need to know

The term “Pro Deposit” might be the term you might have heard many times. You have received a child and family benefit payment from your province through the Canada Revenue Agency if you have a Canada PRO deposit in your bank account. Certain Canadians who reside in the provinces of Alberta and Ontario get these payments from the CRA, frequently via direct deposit. Your eligibility is based on your financial situation and place of residence. Canada PRO: What is it? If you live in Ontario, the Canada PRO deposit you received is probably an Ontario Trillium Benefit, which may qualify

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GST payment Dates 2023: GST/HST Credit Guide

Most of your purchases will be subject to Canada’s goods and services tax, or GST, unless you only make purchases from a select range of items that are exempt. Many goods and services, as well as real estate deals and even purchases of goods downloaded from the internet, all have GST tacked on to the price. The harmonized sales tax, or HST, is a combination of the GST and the provincial sales tax in some provinces. The federal government provides some Canadians and their families with the GST/HST credit since sales tax can dramatically raise daily spending. What is a

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Canada Child Benefit Payment Dates 2023

The Canadian government has launched various programs to benefit families and children. One of the best-known and most beneficial programs in Canada is the Canada Child Benefit (CCB).  Due to high inflation and a costly standard of living, It goes without saying that raising a family is very expensive. Some parents may find that the costs of raising children place a burden on their money, leading to hardship and mental stress as they battle to make ends meet and buy necessities. So the government has introduced this program to benefit families and give them relief. Furthermore, the financial strain on

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