Josee Sauve

Tax Tip #5 from columnist Josee Sauve

A lot of people think or are told and believe that they can deduct the expenses they incurred during the course of their employment (uniforms, safety boots, First Aid courses, parking etc.). The truth is that none of these can be claimed on your income tax return. Schedule 1 already provides individuals with the Canada […]

 Josee Sauve

Tax Tip #4

Tax Tip #4

If you have a child who is turning 19 between now and March 31, 2019, whether they worked or not, they should file their 2017 taxes to ensure they receive the GST and/or Trillium benefits they are entitled to. If you are a single parent with a working child, it is imperative that their income […]

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Tax Tip 13

Tax Tip 13

So the tax deadline has passed and you still haven’t filed your taxes. Not a big deal as long as you don’t have a balance owing. If you do have a balance owing, then you will be subject to penalties and interest on income tax returns filed late at a rate of 5% a month […]

 Josee Sauve

Tax Tip 12

Tax Tip 12

What if I get a slip AFTER I’ve already filed my taxes? If you receive another slip (or an amended slip) after filing your taxes, it is very important to alert your tax preparer! A slip you received in 2016 that bears the 2015 taxation year cannot be saved and claimed on your 2016 tax […]

 Josee Sauve

Tax Tip 10

Tax Tip 10

A lot of people think or are told and believe that they can deduct the expenses they incurred during the course of their employment (uniforms, safety boots, First Aid courses, parking etc.). The truth is that none of these can be claimed on your income tax return. Schedule 1 already provides individuals with the Canada […]

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