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Understanding the Disability Tax Credit

Posted November 2nd 2015

Do you know about the Disability Tax Credit?   Our federal and provincial governments are aware of the added financial burdens experienced by individuals and families with disabilities.   Although it is one of the lesser known major tax deductions available; the disability tax credit  (DTC), is a major, non-refundable tax deduction.   The current annual deduction […]

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Five ways to say Happy Mother’s Day economically

Posted May 8th 2015

Are you looking for a way to say Happy Mother’s Day but you don’t want to break your budget by paying hyped-up prices for the go-to gifts? Don’t worry. We’ve pulled together some pennywise gift options that will convey your message while still keeping your bank account intact. Handmade “mom-ento”: It doesn’t matter how old […]

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Making “Cents” of the New Family Tax Cut so you don’t miss out on tax savings

Posted March 10th 2015

It is a good year for Canadian families and their tax returns. The federal government announced a number of new credits and deductions last year that are meant to help families with kids under 18. From doubling the Children’s Fitness Tax Credit to increasing the childcare expense limits to enhancing the Universal Child Care Benefit, […]

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