Canadian Income Tax Specialists

We provide accurate, timely personal income tax
preparation and answer all your Canadian tax questions.

Professional Tax Preparation Services in Ontario

FRED KINSIE CONSULTING is a small family business providing professional tax preparation services to a wide variety of clients. We are available year-round to prepare and file your personal income tax returns and to answer any questions you have about confusing communication from the Canada Revenue Agency.

Income Tax Returns

We have been preparing personal income tax returns for over 20 years. Our knowledge base is continuously improving as we stay in touch with annual seminars and current research in our field. We have clients from every walk of life: employees, retirees, and students. We have broad experience with self-employed professionals and landlords with rental properties.

Past Returns Review

If you are not feeling comfortable with a prior year's return, we will have a look at it with no charge

Reasonable Rates

If you are on a fixed income, we have a variable fee structure just for you.

Pick-up & Delivery Service

If transportation is a challenge, we will arrange to have your information picked up in your home.

Our Key Benefits

  • Our goal is to minimize the amount of tax you need to pay to CRA.

  • We're ready and willing to help you throughout the whole year, not just at tax time.

  • We value relationships and have hundreds of long-term satisfied clients.

About Fred Kinse


We have more than 20 years of experience with a wide variety of clientele.

  • Dry wallers

  • Roofers

  • Farmers

  • Auto body shops

  • Electricians

  • Flooring specialists

  • Commissioned salespersons

  • Eaves trough and siding contractors

  • Long and short-haul truckers

Fred Kinsie Consulting


  • Bachelor of Mathematics from the University of Waterloo

  • Annual productivity seminars with Cantax

  • Member in Efile Association of Canada

Fred Kinsie Consulting

Information Checklist

Government Correspondence

  • CRA Notice of Assessment

  • Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) correspondence

Government Information Slips

  • T4 Employment Income

  • T5 Investment Income

  • T3 Trust and Investment Income

  • T4A OAS CPP and Other Income

  • T4E Employment Income

  • T4RSP Registered Retirement Savings Plan Income

  • T4RIF Registered Retirement Fund Income

  • T4PS Income from Profit-Sharing Plans

  • T5007 Workers' Comp or Social Assistance Benefits

  • T5008 Statement of Securities Transactions

  • T5013 Statement of Partnership Income

  • RC62 Universal Child Care Benefit

Other Forms

  • T2200 Conditions of Employment

  • T2202A Tuition

  • TL2 Transport Drivers

  • RRSP contributions

  • Income tax installments paid

For New Clients

  • Copy of last year's tax return

  • Copy of previous CRA Notice of Assessment

  • Names and birthdates of children

  • Email address

Other Receipts and Expenses

  • Charitable donations

  • Contributions to political parties

  • Childcare expenses including camps

  • Children's arts and sports programs

  • Union and professional dues

  • Property taxes or rent paid

  • Interest paid on student loans

  • Medical expenses

    • Prescriptions, dental, optical
    • Extended medical insurance premiums
    • Travel insurance

For Investors

  • Investment counsel fees

  • Interest paid on money borrowed to earn investment income

  • Details of purchase and sale of capital property (Real Estate, Stocks, Mutual Funds)

    • Schedule of capital gains or losses

Changes in Status

  • Change in contact information: Address, Phone Numbers, Email Addresses

  • Marital transitions: Marriage, Separation, Divorce

  • Family additions: A new baby!

  • Change in bank account (for direct deposits)

Whats’s New For 2019

Canada Training Credit Limit

As of January 1, 2019, if you meet certain conditions, you will be able to accumulate $250 per year, to a maximum over your lifetime of $5,000, to be used in calculating your Canada Training Credit, a new refundable tax credit that will be available for 2020 and future years.

Canada Workers Benefit

For 2019, the Canada workers benefit (CWB) replaces and strengthens the working income tax benefit (WITB). See Schedule 6, Canada Workers Benefit.

Home Buyers’ Plan

The maximum amount you can withdraw from your registered retirement savings plan (RRSP) under the Home Buyers’ Plan (HBP) increased from $25,000 to $35,000 for withdrawals made after March 19, 2019. See What is the Home Buyers' Plan (HBP)?.

Medical Expenses Tax Credit

For expenses incurred after October 16, 2018, certain cannabis products purchased for a patient for medical purposes will be considered eligible medical expenses. See Guide RC4065, Medical Expenses.

Climate Action Incentive

Introduced last year, the amounts for this refundable tax credit have increase to: $154 for a single adult, $77 for the second adult in a couple, and $38 for each child.

Pay by credit card, PayPal, or Interac e-Transfer

You can now use third-party service providers that offer payment by credit card, PayPal, or Interac e-Transfer.

  • Plastiq accepts all card brands including Visa, MasterCard, and Amex. A fee of 2.5% is charged

  • PaySimply accepts Visa, MasterCard, Amex, Union Pay, PayPal, and Interac e-Transfer. Various fees apply.

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