November 23rd, 2011 by Questions
My wife and I both own small incorporations. We are not on payroll but simply cut ourselves checks each month. At the end of the year our accountant calculates CPP, etc. and we square up with CRA. Our income varies widely from month to month and year to year. How do we prove income when we don’t have a regular income or a standard payroll check? Does the trustee use printouts from our personal bank accounts, incorporation accounts, or go off the NOA from Revenue Canada?
Posted from: British Columbia