The AC Group is a dynamic organization of independent CPA firms located throughout Atlantic Canada. It was formed by the firms for a common purpose - to assist them in fulfilling the needs of their clients by offering highest quality professional assurance, tax and advisory services.
AC Group member firms are well-established local firms, which are focused on value-added services to privately held businesses, not-for-profit organizations, and public sector government boards, agencies and commission.
16/03/2018 - As tax season is upon us would you recognize the warning signals, or would you know what to expect if the CRA ever contacted you?
It is possible that the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) will contact you by phone for legitimate tax reasons. During such phone...
28/02/2018 - How will the Budget impact the Atlantic Canadian region? Please download a copy of our 2018 Federal Budget Commentary here or contact your AC Group tax advisor to find out more information.More
01/12/2017 - The AC Group is proud to announce our 8 successful CFE writers!
Alicia Franey - Bishop & Company, Wolfville, NS
Amie Song - Arsenault Best Cameron Ellis, Charlottetown, PEI
Colin Beck - Arsenault Best Cameron Ellis, Charlottetown, PEI
Chris McDougall - Bringloe Feeney, Fredericton, NB
08/09/2017 - The Nova Scotia Coalition for Small Business Tax Fairness recently joined forces with the CFIB, Construction Association of Nova Scotia, Halifax Chamber of Commerce, and many others to send a letter to the Nova Scotia Premier, Mr. Stephen McNeil, encouraging him to stand beside his constituents and express...More
08/09/2017 - The AC Group's Taxation Committee has prepared a draft letter for you to use, if you wish, to communicate with your MP, Minister of Finance, and Prime Minister.
You can find a download of the word document here. Please feel free to edit and tailor...
01/09/2017 - On July 18, 2017 the Canadian Department of Finance launched a consultation regarding major changes proposed to the taxation of private corporations. These changes focus on the concepts of income sprinkling, use of the lifetime capital gains exemption, earning investment income in a corporation, and removing value from...More
08/08/17 - Have you ever been interested in hiring a co-op student? Have you before and want to again? The Nova Scotia government has released its co-op student finding for 2018. You can find more information on their website here. Deadlines start in September.More
08/06/17 - The federal government has put on hold the implementation of part of Canada’s anti-spam law in response to feedback from the business community. The law, which came into effect in 2014, puts restrictions on e-mails and other electronic communications for promotional purposes. That means that marketers wanting to...More
02/06/17 - CPA Atlantic School of Business is excited to announce upcoming information sessions this spring in Nova Scotia.
These sessions are ideal for:
- Current accounting students;
- Professionals in any industry or sector;
- Individuals who have yet to start their accounting studies (or are returning from...