Dedicated to the Success of Your Business

Jacoby and Games Chartered Professional Accountants has been serving the Victoria, BC region for over 25 years. We are a group of dedicated professionals who firmly believe the best measure of our success is the success of our clients. 

Dedicated to the Success of Your Business

Jacoby and Games Chartered Professional Accountants has been serving the Victoria, BC region for over 25 years. We are a group of dedicated professionals who firmly believe the best measure of our success is the success of our clients.

Recent Tax Updates

New Record Keeping

If you have a federally incorporated company there is a new requirement for record keeping that lists individuals with significant control. Call your lawyer for details. Deadline is June 13, 2019.

BC Speculation Tax

All owners of residential property in the taxable regions of BC should have registered their property by now. If not, they may receive a bill for a tax of which they are not liable.

Employer Health Tax

This is an annual tax on an employer's BC remuneration paid to employees. If you are required to pay instalments in 2019 the deadline to register is May 15, 2019.

We are a client-centred accounting firm that focuses on your goals. We help you make sense of financial statements, corporate & personal taxes, financial management, business valuations, estate planning, and a variety of other accounting matters. Our goal is to simplify your finances so you can focus on what matters to you – whether it’s growing your business or planning for your future. 

We are Chartered Professional Accountants who have been serving Victoria & Area businesses and individuals for over 25 years. We are members of CPA Canada and Victoria Downtown Business Association.

Business – Taxes

Property Flipping: Income or Capital?

In an August 14, 2019 Tax Court of Canada case, at issue was whether the sales of four properties in B.C. were on account of income (fully taxable) or capital (half taxable), and whether they were eligible for the principal

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Business – Taxes

Anxiety, Depression & Phobias: Disability Tax Credit

In an April 3, 2019 Tax Court of Canada case, at issue was whether the impact of an individual’s mental impairment entitled her to the disability tax credit (DTC). The taxpayer suffered from social anxiety, depression and phobias. A taxpayer

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Business – Taxes

Workers Compensation: Replacement Payouts by Employer

In a March 29, 2019 Tax Court of Canada case, the taxpayer had been injured on the job and was held eligible for workers’ compensation (WC) payments by the relevant provincial authority. However, in accordance with the collective agreement setting

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