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Mar-31-2016

Making the Most of your Expat Filing

Posted March 31st 2016

There’s a lot of talk this time of year is about what Canadians need to know heading into tax season.  What about the more than one million Americans living in Canada? As the only western country that taxes its citizens, regardless of where they are living or earning income, the US has strict rules in […]

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Jan-25-2016

Filing your taxes for the first time

Posted January 25th 2016

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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Apr-09-2013

Advice for new Canadians filing their first tax returns

Posted April 9th 2013

New immigrants should file a tax return their first year in Canada to take advantage of any available benefits.

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Jan-25-2016

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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