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One last thing to do before breaking for summer

Posted April 28th 2016

Why students should file their taxes. Like now.  You’ve just finished nearly two plus months of studying for finals. The last final is in sight and, more importantly, so is your summer break. But don’t break just yet because taxes are due and there are a number of good reasons why students should take 30 […]

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Out with the old, in with the new

Posted March 24th 2016

Decoding the Liberal Government’s budget and what it means for Canadian tax filers The Federal government unveiled its budget and, following the immediate measures it implemented after taking office in November, this budget presents more change. “This year’s budget as presented seems to eliminate more credits, than it introduces,” said Caroline Battista, Senior Tax Analyst, […]

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RRSP deadline approaching, what young people should know about saving for the future

Posted February 5th 2016

With the February 29 RRSP deadline for the 2015 tax year fast approaching, it’s a great time to consider what savings vehicles are right for you. I know that for a lot of young Canadians like me, this is a difficult proposition. We consider vehicles like RRSPs only when we want to get serious about […]

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Filing your taxes for the first time

Every Canadian needs to file a tax return and young adults are no exception. There are many reasons people like us should file our own taxes, but we often leave it up to someone else (hi, Mom and Dad). There comes a time, however, when we will have to manage our own taxes, a daunting […]

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