VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA -- (Marketwire) -- 02/06/13 -- The Certified General Accountants Association of Canada (CGA-Canada) today launched its 2013 Tax Portal, a national one-stop resource for personal tax information.
"We are pleased to offer a dynamic portal of tax resources and bring value to the public and our members," says Anthony Ariganello, CGA-Canada's president and CEO. "The completion of personal income taxes can be a challenging endeavor and CGAs are here to provide guidance and make the experience less daunting."
Designed for both the public and business professionals, the portal features access to the 2012-13 Personal Tax Planning book, key filing deadlines, links to advice and news articles, and a link to a national directory of more than 2,250 CGA firms called Need an Accountant.
CGA-Canada's 2012-13 Personal Tax Planning book is a comprehensive guide to current tax law, regulations and trends. It also provides timely tips and practical examples, which can be easily interpreted by a non-accounting professional. The Personal Tax Planning eBook is available through CGA-Canada's online learning site, PD Net, as well as Chapters/Indigo through their KOBO store.
Note to editors: CGA tax experts in your area are available for interviews. A list of Top Tax Tips, images and copies of the Personal Tax Planning book can also be provided.
Founded in 1908, the Certified General Accountants Association of Canada serves 75,000 Certified General Accountants and students in Canada and nearly 100 countries. Respected accounting and financial management professionals, CGAs work in industry, finance, government and public practice. CGA-Canada establishes the designation's certification requirements and professional standards, offers professional development, conducts research and advocacy, and represents CGAs nationally and internationally.
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