Did you know? The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) is here to help you during tax season. Here's some information you should know about your taxes, including ways to save money at tax time.
Did you know? If you've ever paid for services without documentation, such as renovations on your house, taken tips from your job and not claimed them on your income tax and benefit return, chances are you've participated in the underground economy.
Did you know? Whether you are completing your income tax and benefit return by yourself or getting help from someone else, the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) and its community partners are here for you.
Did you know? There are lots of benefits, credits, and deductions to help families with their expenses throughout the year and reduce the amount they owe at tax time.
Did you know? That, starting February 9, 2015, individuals can file Form T1135, Foreign Income Verification Statement, electronically for the 2014 tax year?
Did you know? You can file your taxes online for free.
Did you know? Whether you just got married or divorced, had a baby, or lost a loved one, life events can affect your tax affairs.
Did you know? The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) has tax credits, deductions, and benefits to help students.
Did you know? There are several benefits and credits designed for seniors.
Did you know? People looking after tax matters for others such as family members, friends, employees, or tax preparers are recognized by the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) as tax representatives.
Did you know? There are changes for tax professionals and tax preparers this tax-filing season.
Did you know? You may be eligible for new or improved tax relief measures and online services when filing your 2014 income tax and benefit return.
Did you know? November is Financial Literacy Month.
Have you heard of the Community Volunteer Income Tax Program (CVITP)? Every year thousands of community organizations run tax clinics to help Canadians prepare and file tax returns across the country.
Did you know? The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) has free tax and financial literacy learning resources to help educators teach their students about taxes.