Claiming the Canada Child Benefit (August 2019)
Raising children is expensive and, in recognition of that fact, the
federal government has, for more than half a century, provided
financial assistance to parents to help with those costs. That
A mid-year check up on your taxes (June 2019)
Most Canadians have now filed their individual income tax return
for the 2018 tax year and received a Notice of Assessment outlining
their tax position for that year. Those who receive a refund will
Coming clean with the tax authorities (May 2019)
Although virtually no one looks forward to the task, the vast
majority of Canadians do file their tax returns, and pay any taxes
owed, by the applicable tax payment and filing deadlines each
Paying the taxman – how and when (April 2019)
Our tax system is, for the most part, a mystery to individual
Canadians. The rules surrounding income tax are complicated and it
can seem that for every rule there is an equal number of exceptions
More debt … and more interest (February 2019)
The fact that debt levels of Canadian households have been
increasing over the past decade and a half can’t really be called
news anymore. In particular, the ratio of debt-to-household-income,
Protecting yourself from tax scams (July 2017)
As the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) notes on its website, new tax
scams are devised every single day of the week. And, despite the
cautionary tales which appear frequently in the media and the
Keeping up with your taxes for 2017 (July 2017)
By now, halfway through the 2017 tax year, almost all Canadian
individual taxpayers will have filed their income tax return for
2016, and most will have received the Notice of Assessment which
Understanding the OAS “recovery tax” (May 2017)
Older taxpayers who have recently completed and filed their tax
returns for 2016 may face an unpleasant surprise when that return
is assessed. The unpleasant surprise may come in the form of a
Flying south for the winter (November 2016)
Once daily weather reports begin to include wind chill factors or
frost warnings, the thoughts of many Canadian turn to the idea of
spending part of the Canadian winter somewhere much warmer – m...
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