Tax Tips

This is one of the Most Commonly Missed Tax Credits. Can You Claim it?

Posted November 25th 2016

Your parents worked hard to take great care of you growing up and you’re happy to return the favour. The good news? The CRA (the Canada Revenue Agency) wants to say “thanks” too. If you’ve got an aging parent or relative living under your roof, you might be eligible for the caregiver amount. It’s one […]

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Where’s My Refund at? Find out with My Account.

Posted October 27th 2016

You kept your receipts, organized your slips and basically aced filing your return this year. Now that it’s out of your hands and the CRA’s (Canada Revenue Agency) you can’t help but feel a little out of the loop. You’re anxiously waiting to hear from the CRA, and checking your bank account daily to see […]

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I Can Claim This, Right? The Top Tax Myths Busted.

Posted September 28th 2016

Your friends are your go-to for pretty much everything: shopping, eating, whether or not to post that photo…They’ve usually got you covered, but when it comes to taxes, it’s best to get the lowdown from the experts. We’ve heard a lot of tall tales when it comes to filing taxes, so we put together a […]

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Spend or Save? Get the most out of your tax refund

Posted August 18th 2016

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File, qualify and collect.

Posted June 21st 2016

When you file your 2015 tax return, you could automatically qualify for additional credits. From the Canada Child Benefit to GST/HST Credit and Ontario Trillium Benefit, each credit helps you earn extra money for your family and your future. File with H&R Block and we’ll make sure you get all the credits you deserve. Here’s […]

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Me and my boyfriend became pregnant in 2013, but only lived together for 5 months that year. Does this mean we are considered common law for that year? Or are we considered common law after the baby was born in 2014

Posted May 31st 2016

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I separated in February of last year with my wife. Can I still claim any of my 3 kids as dependents? I only lived with my three kids for the January of that year. Can I claim any of the sports fees I paid for any or all of the three of them?

Posted May 24th 2016

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Hi there,I’ve been an H&R Block client for a few years now, and I just have a quick question.Is it possible to pay income tax in one lump sum during tax season instead of steadily throughout the year without penalty?Also, is it a legal requirement for an employer to follow instructions in regards to deductions from bi-weekly paycheques?

Posted May 24th 2016

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On my T3 slips, I have deductible management fees – how do I report them on line 221 of the tax form?

Posted May 9th 2016

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5 last minute filing tips to get you through tax season

Posted April 14th 2016

You’ve been hearing for a while now that you should be filing your taxes well in advance of the deadline. Yes, there are benefits for filing your taxes early, but each year there are lots of us that leave tax filing right to the bitter end. Whether we like the thrill of waiting minutes before […]

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