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"May 2 is the tax due date this year. Any reason for filing sooner than later?"
A list of some deductions parents can use for their children.
"So how does a tax preparer spend his or her free time? Reading court rulings, of course."
“Did you own or hold foreign property at any time in the year with a total cost of more than CAN $100,000?” CRA would like to know.
Considering the number of separated relationships, an explanation of spousal support from a tax reporting perspective is often needed.
"Here’s a heads-up on how to deal with the increasingly more frequent Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) review."
A simplified explanation of changes for the 2015 tax season.
You may think that no one is interested in your relationship, but the taxman is.
Should we prepare for possible changes in Canada’s tax policy?
"Entrepreneurs succeeding sometimes let their success control and lead them, rather than choosing to lead their business."
“I’m an American citizen and have been living and working in Canada for years. I hear I have to file a U.S. tax return. Is this true?”
The announcing of the federal budget comes with some 2015 tax year goodies.
There are two sides to any budget – revenues and expenses.
The term "eligible dividends" applies to dividends paid by a Canadian corporation.
Canada Revenue can invoke a 20% penalty for failing to report income.
"If you have kids you know they don’t come cheaply, and Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) gives parents some relief."
"Fees paid to a person or business to provide care in-home or at a residential facility may be considered attendant care expense..."
"Without a doubt, the loudest change for 2014 tax prep is the new Family Tax Cut."
CRA is frequently asking for proof of custody arrangements with separated couples because sometimes a claim is made by both parents.
Tips to avoid some of the more common claim errors CRA finds.