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2016 Tax season mailer

January 10, 2017 | 0 Comments
Canadian Taxation

Federal Budget 2016 – Crib Notes

March 25, 2016 | 0 Comments

Canada: Federal Budget 2016 — A Focus On The Middle Class And Continued Scrutiny Of Corporate Tax Avoidance SMALL BUSINESS Small Business Rate “The 2015 Federal Budget (Budget 2015) had announced a reduction of the...

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CRA scams are popular during tax season.

March 19, 2016 | 0 Comments

CTV News has a news article about the latest Canada Revenue Agency scam. “The Canada Revenue Agency has issued a warning about a scam that lures victims with a text message that the agency is...

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Clients have submitted receipts for secondary school bus fees, asking if they are deductible for tax purposes. Unfortunately, no they are not. Although public transit bus fees are deductible, the CRA has stated that NON-PUBLIC...

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Same great price, same great service!

February 17, 2016 | 0 Comments

 As of February 15, 2016, E-filing of 2015 tax returns was made available by Revenue Canada. For the current tax season, Joseph Lea and Associates offers the same incredible deal of $50 (unlimited slips). How...

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 Today’s article relates to question #7 on the 2013 Personal Income Tax Questionnaire sent to clients. WILL YOU BE CLAIMING MEDICAL EXPENSES?    There are two parts to claiming medical expenses: 1) Medical Expense Tax Credit 2) Refundable medical expense...

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Today’s article relates to question #6 on the 2013 Personal Income Tax Questionnaire sent to clients. ARE YOU CLAIMING EXPENSES RELATED TO EARNING EMPLOYMENT INCOME? Guide T4044 looks at the issue of employers requiring employees to incur costs...

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Canadian Government

Snitches with tips

January 16, 2014 | 0 Comments

Tax cheats whistleblower hotline up and running “Ten months after it was first trumpeted in the budget, the Conservative government announced Wednesday its whistleblower hotline to crack down on tax cheats is finally operational.” And...

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