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.
Every year, the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) supports local community organizations and their volunteers as they help Canadians prepare and file tax returns across the country.
Social media has always been a great way to keep in touch with family and friends, but now it's a convenient way to get information on taxes and on government programs.
Did you know? While Small Business Week comes only once a year, the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) recognizes the unique needs of small and medium-sized businesses and continues to find ways to help them do business all year long.
Before you decide to hire a contractor to do construction, renovation, or repair work on your home, ensure they are reputable and insist on getting a written contract and receipts.
Did you know? The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) offers three secure online services for managing a variety of tax affairs.
The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) is reminding Canadians who earn tips and gratuities that they represent taxable income and must be reported on annual income tax and benefit returns.
Before you begin a construction or renovation project, remember this: there are significant risks if you accept cash for the job without reporting your income.