Parents sometimes choose to keep older kids in daycare so they can hold on to their spot. Those parents just got some good tax news.
Dealing with the CRA can be trying if you have an issue, but taxpayers do have rights and the Taxpayers’ Ombudsman is here to help.
Following the previous Liberal government’s decision to no longer pay the Ontario tax credits as a lump sum when tax returns are filed, the new government is promising changes in its proposed budget.
Weddings, babies and separations can have a major impact on your tax return.
If your investment slips and records are making you procrastinate, here are seven ways to help maximize your tax return.
The decision to separate is never easy, and some couples opt to continue to stay in the same house but live separate lives. The issue for tax filing is proving you are truly separated.
Franchisee Maureen Dos Reis encourages all her new clients to get a free Second Look review on their past returns. The results can be big tax savings.
Recognizing that many Canadians are caring for relatives who suffer from an impairment, the federal government introduced a new credit for families.
Are you planning to emigrate this year? Or did you leave Canada in 2012? Even if you only spent part of the year in the country, the Canada Revenue Agency still expects a tax return.
The recent B.C. budget will not be passed before the next provincial election, so the measures it details will depend on the next vote. But the planned B.C. Training and Education Savings Grant could help families save for post-secondary education.