About Haley

Haley Bistretzan, CPA, CGA

Haley Bistretzan

Accountant

Haley joined KWB in April, 2013. She received her CGA designation in 1998 and worked in public practice for several years before taking some time off to be home with her children. During that time she provided bookkeeping services to small businesses but is happy to be back in public practice on a part time basis.

Haley is married and has three children. She loves reading, baking, camping and back country hiking.

Other Posts by Haley

Dec 4 2018
Outstanding Shareholder Loan

It is very common for owner-managers to draw funds from their company during the year and find themselves with an outstanding shareholder loan at year end. These balances are often cleared up by recording dividends or bonuses to the shareholders and the problem is solved.  If the loan is not repaid during the fiscal year […]

Sep 18 2018
Wagepoint

Wagepoint is an online payroll software that will meet all of your payroll needs. Wagepoint Features: Direct deposit CRA/WCB remittances T4 and T4A preparation Statutory Holiday calculations Record of employment (ROE) preparation Additional deductions Contractor payments Additional incomes Online pay stubs Integrates with QBO and TSheets Wagepoint also integrates with Quickbooks Online (QBO) accounting software.  […]

Nov 1 2016
Payroll Remittance

Depending on the amount of your payroll remittance you may have some options as to when you are required to remit it to CRA. Regular Payroll Remittance You are a regular remitter if you are a new employer or your average monthly withholding amount (AMWA) two years ago was less than $25,000.  In this case […]

Sep 27 2016
Employment Insurance For Related People

Employers are required by law to deduct Employment Insurance (EI) premiums from all insurable earnings paid to their employees who are engaged in insurable employment. If an employer is unsure whether or not an employee is engaged in insurable employment, the employer can request a ruling from the CRA.  A letter or completed form CPT1 […]