Personal Taxes

Minimizing your tax burden is our ultimate goal. Whether you are an employee, a sole proprietor, an investor, or if you own rental properties, we take the time to understand your tax situation to ensure the most beneficial return. Taxes don’t have to be daunting; our experienced tax specialists excel at tax planning and preparation to provide you with a seamless and stress-free tax filing.

  • Convenience: to cater to busy schedules, our secure online portal allows you to share documents with us safely and efficiently. 
  • Year-round advice: no need to wait for tax season, we’re always available to help you plan.
  • Custom experience: every client is different, and we take the time to maximize deductions based on your situation.
Did you know?

Medical expenses can be claimed if the amounts exceed certain thresholds, these expenses can also be optimized between spouses.

You can claim eligible child care expenses as long as you or your spouse have income. 

Did you move this year? You may be eligible to deduct moving expenses if you moved at least 40km closer to your new place of work.

Donations made to a registered charity can be claimed on your tax return either in the year of donation or in any of the 5 subsequent years. Pension income can be split with your spouse and optimized for the best overall tax savings.

Sole proprietors

Most owner-operator businesses are very cost sensitive, which means it’s especially important to stay on top of tracking your income, expenses, and overall profitability. Utilize our sole-proprietor spreadsheet to help you keep an eye on your bottom line.

Sole-proprietor (florist) happy that her income and expenses are being tracked and managed by Padgett Calgary accountants and advisors
Did you know?

You can expense a portion of your home, vehicle, and telephone expenses related to your business. 


Tax returns for individuals that trade investments are detailed and time consuming. Our experienced team can complete your return accurately and efficiently while maximizing your deductions.

Did you know?

Investments are typically capital in nature, which means that trading investments will either result in a capital gain or capital loss. Only 50% of capital gains are taxed, and capital losses can be used to offset taxable gains in prior or future years. 

Investment management fees and other related expenses can be deducted to reduce your tax burden.

Rental Properties

Rental properties can be a great way to earn passive income, but you need to make sure you are charging enough rent to cover the expenses of the property. Use our rental property spreadsheet to help you keep track of your income and expenses. 

Did you know?

Some of the repairs and improvements to your rental property may be capital in nature and add to the cost of your property. If you own multiple properties, you may be eligible to deduct some of the travel expenses incurred from travelling between properties.