Tax season is quickly upon us my dear Moosers! Ethical Deal has an offer for Canadians across the country. Save up to 64% on personal, business, or corporate tax returns (up to $300 value) at Accubusiness with the following Ethical Deal voucher.
The voucher structure is as follows:
- $25 for a personal tax return from Accubusiness ($70 value)
- $75 for a business tax return from Accubusiness ($150 value)
- $150 for a corporate tax return from Accubusiness ($300 value)
The personal tax return is 64% off, while the business and corporate tax returns are only 50% off. Either way, you save money on doing your taxes with the assistance of an accountant.
In-person filing is available in Vancouver if you live there. You will need to phone-in to make an appointment. The vouchers are valid as of February 15th, 2015. When you call in, be sure to quote your voucher number.
All other vouchers can be redeemed online and thus your taxes will be filed online via their online service. However, during the process you will get to work with a knowledgeable accountant who can answer any questions you might have and guide you through any tricky parts. They have an email address where you can contact the accountants for assistance.
The best part of this deal is getting access to an accountant while filing your taxes. There has been so many times I have been curious what I should file something under, or what the form meant when it asked for particular information. When you do your own taxes, there is just no one to ask. As a student, I paid H&R Block $25 to do my personal tax return, which made the entire process so much simpler. It also seemed that the years I used H&R Block I was not audited whereas the years I tried to do it myself, I always got something wrong and was audited. The $25 H&R Block deal was just for students, but I am no longer a student. I am happy to see this deal from Accubusiness as it is a great price for help filing your taxes from certified accountants.
You may purchase multiple vouchers and give them as gifts. The vouchers themselves do not expire for one year once they become valid at the middle of February.
(Expiry: 22nd February 2015)