Are you behind on your taxes? The deadline to file your income tax return this year is April 30. You could be facing a hefty late tax bill if you forgot to file last year. Here’s how to take action and reduce your penalties…
Not self employed? You still have the chance to make claims and save on your taxes. Here are 6 areas you may not be considering when you file, that have the potential to pay you back.
In a leaked confidential letter, Finance Minister Joe Oliver has indicated TFSA doubling is likely. Here’s what consumers should know.
Credit card interchange fee caps come into effect this month, meaning merchants will pay less to the banks to process every purchase made with plastic. It’s supposed to be a move that will benefit both consumers and business owners – but will it really? We look to examples set in other countries where fees have been capped.
Get ready for your March Money Update: The Bank of Canada keeps rates at status quo while a debate rages over your TFSA savings options. Read on for this week’s top finance headlines.
As part of efforts to bolster employment and support the economy, the federal government announced a freeze to Employment Insurance rates, which took effect on January 1st. What will this mean for taxpayers?
Economic factors affecting mortgage rates have seen little change over the past month, prompting RateSupermarket.ca’s expert panel to believe stability is in store for both fixed and variable rates.