Senior taxes can be more challenging than those filed earlier in life, with more tax credits and trickier income requirements to navigate. Here are our tips for making it easy.
Did you know that single-income families actually pay more in taxes than dual income earners? The government has proposed income splitting as a solution, that would allow the income to be divided and declared by both spouses. However, it’s an expensive solution that may not take effect for some time.
Paying taxes with a credit card has never been an option in Canada – until now. A third party credit card company located in Toronto is now offering the service, which is not endorsed by the CRA. Here’s what you need to know if you’re considering this form of payment.
March 22, 2013 There’s still over a month until your tax deadline, but for those with complicated claims, time is running out fast. If filing your taxes is proving to be less than straightforward, it may be time to ask for a hand. Whether you’re considering the services of an accountant, filing as self employed, …
Are your taxes complicated enough to warrant hiring a tax pro? Check out our tips for determining if you need an accountant.
Tax season is upon us – but not to fear. Filing will be a breeze with our all-about-taxes guide!
Want a larger return on your taxes this year? It could happen, if you qualify for one of the many tax credits offered by the Canadian government. Check out our list of top credits, and see if you qualify – it could save you big!
Looking for the best tax software options? We’ve reviewed the top six programs and apps. Whether you’re taxes are straightforward or complex, they’ll have you filing with ease!
Are you a first time taxpayer? From forms to claims, check out our tips for filing – and how to get the biggest return possible.
Are you taking full advantage of your RRSP tax savings? As tax season approaches, here are 4 tips to make the most of your money.