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Day Trading Taxes In Canada

If you’re someone who trades a lot and generates regular income from it, it’s important you consider the tax implications. 

Multigenerational Home Renovation Tax Credit

The Multigenerational Home Renovation Tax Credit would allow families to claim a 15% tax credit up to $50,000 in qualifying renovations.

Tax Rules On International Money Transfers To Canada

If you’re bringing money into Canada — especially large sums of money — it’s important to know what the rules are in terms of declaring th... Read More

How Are Dividends Taxed In Canada?

Just as you'd pay taxes on other forms of income, dividend payouts are also considered taxable income. Learn how dividends are taxed in Canada.

Home Renovation Tax Credits In Canada 2022

Federal or regional government may offer tax incentives to residents who are financing their homes in various ways, such as home renovation tax credit... Read More

First-Time Home Buyers’ Tax Credit

The First-Time Home Buyers’ Tax Credit is a $5,000 non-refundable tax credit that you can claim on your tax return.

Are You Still A Canadian Tax Resident If You Live Outside Of Canada?

Are you moving to another country but not sure what your obligations are and whether you are still a Canadian tax resident if you live outside of Cana... Read More

Filing A Notice Of Objection To Dispute A Tax Return

Do you disagree with your notice of assessment? Find out how to file a notice of objection and have the issue resolved.

What Is A Notice Of Assessment?

A Notice of Assessment is the government’s evaluation of your income tax return. After you file your taxes each year, the CRA sends you an NOA.

What Is Line 10100 (Or 101) On Your Tax Return?

Filing your taxes can get complicated, especially if it's your first time. Learn the different tax lines and which one you need to report your income.

GenuTax Review

We break down everything you need to know about GenuTax, so you can determine if it's the best way to file your taxes.

What Is The Climate Action Incentive (CAI)?

If you live in Alberta, Manitoba, Ontario or Saskatchewan, the Climate Action Incentive tax credit could help you earn extra money on fuel.

GST/HST New Housing Rebates

Buying a home is an expensive and stressful process, but you can find some relief with the GST/HST New Housing Rebates.

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