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Dear Tax Pro (May)

By | May-28-2015

Taxes aren’t always an intuitive topic. Every month we will post frequently asked or interesting questions we receive. Here is the May edition of Dear Tax Pro. Q: Hello, my boyfriend and I have lived together for just over a year. Are we considered common-law? A: Yes, once you have lived together for 12 consecutive […]

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H&R Block hosts our first TAX-A-THON to help solve Canada’s procrastination problem

By | Apr-24-2015

Select offices across the country will be open for 64 hours straight this weekend With the Canada Revenue Agency still waiting for more than 11 million returns, H&R Block Canada is helping procrastinators meet the April 30 deadline by launching its first ever Tax-A-Thon. H&R Block is opening select offices for 64 hours straight this […]

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Dear Tax Pro (April)

By | Apr-14-2015

Taxes aren’t always an intuitive topic. Every month we will post frequently asked or interesting questions we receive. Here is the April edition of Dear Tax Pro. Q: I worked in the US for a few years and have a 401k account there. I moved to Canada in 2012, and I am now considering taking […]

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