Learning Outcomes

After successful completion of this course, participants will:

  • Know exactly when and how to register for a GST/HST number.

  • Understand how to keep track of the GST/HST they've collected and paid.

  • Be able to file their GST/HST online using NETFILE.

  • Know how to pay their net GST/HST to the CRA.

  • Understand the differences between the Regular Method and the Quick Method of accounting for GST/HST.

  • Be able to explain what input tax credits (ITCs) are and the impact they have on net GST/HST owed.

  • Know the GST/HST filing and payment deadlines, and when instalment payments are required.

  • Know how to apply to use the Quick Method of accounting for GST/HST.

Continuing Education Credits

The following associations have approved this course for continuing education credit. Credit may also be available from those associations with no formal approval process.

Pending Approval

CMTNB, CMTNL, CRMTA, MTANS, MTAS, MTWPAM

Approved

NHPC - 5 Credits; CMMOTA - 0.75 Credits; CMTPEI - 1.5 Credits; MTAA - 1.5 Secondary Credits; MTAM - 1.5 Primary Credits

Course Curriculum

  • 2

    Chapter 1

    • GST/HST Registration Requirements

  • 3

    Chapter 2

    • GST/HST Registration Process

  • 4

    Chapter 3

    • Collecting and Tracking GST/HST

  • 5

    Chapter 4

    • Filing and Paying GST/HST

  • 6

    Chapter 5

    • Quick Method of Accounting for GST/HST

  • 7

    Chapter 6

    • Impact of Massage Regulation in Canada

  • 8

    Conclusion

    • Conclusion

    • Quiz

    • References

Course Certificate

After successful completion of this course, you will receive a course certificate stating that you've completed 1.5 hours of online training.

Instructor

Jordan Pierson, CPA, CA

Jordan is a Chartered Professional Accountant and the Director of Education at Jensen CPA. He received his Bachelor of Business Administration from Mount Royal University, and his designation as a Chartered Professional Accountant from CPA Alberta. For 6-years he worked as an auditor and forensic accountant for one of the big four accounting firms. Prior to becoming a professional accountant, Jordan worked for 7-years at a major financial institution, where he gained extensive knowledge about banking and personal finance.

Making sense of GST/HST begins here

Only $31.50 (including GST)