CRA Tax Loans

CRA Tax Loans

The Canada Revenue Agency, CRA for short, is the governing body responsible for overlooking the collection of taxes in Canada. Owing money is never fun, especially in the form of taxes that you owe the government. In fact, the CRA is known for its strict tax debt collection requirements. Interest… Read More


What Receipts Should I Keep for My Taxes?

What Receipts Should I Keep for My Taxes?

Taxes aren’t fun for anyone, all that paperwork can make you go crazy! What’s worse is, after you sift through all the paperwork, you may have to pay a large tax bill. In order to avoid hefty taxes, it is helpful to be aware of the tax credits and other… Read More


Filing Your Taxes When You Have No Income

Filing Your Taxes When You Have No Income

Did you lose your job? Are you on maternity or paternity leave? Are you in-between jobs. Have decided to go back to school in order to further your career once you get back into the workforce? Or have you decided to take an extended sabbatical in order to… Read More


6 Homeowner Tax Breaks You Can Benefit From

6 Homeowner Tax Breaks You Can Benefit From

As a Canadian homeowner, you’ve got plenty of bills to pay. In addition to your mortgage, you’re also responsible for all those utility bills, property insurance, property taxes, and maintenance costs associated with operating a home. The good news is that you might qualify for… Read More


Land Transfer Tax Ontario: What Buyers Should Know

Land Transfer Tax Ontario: What Buyers Should Know

If you’re buying a home, you’ll be paying several fees in addition to the price paid for the home itself. Among all these additional expenses is the land transfer tax, which residents of Ontario are required to pay when they take possession of real property. It’s always the… Read More


Tax Concerns for the Self-Employed Individual

Tax Concerns for the Self-Employed Individual

The employment landscape is changing in Canada, as well as in the rest of the world. While being self-employed used to be fairly rare, now, nearly 3 million people in Canada work for themselves. There are also reports that say… Read More


What’s the Difference Between a Tax Credit and a Tax Deduction in Canada?

What’s the Difference Between a Tax Credit and a Tax Deduction in Canada?

Whenever tax season rolls around in Canada, you’ll see a lot of people scrambling to deal with their taxes at the last minute, or see them paying someone else, like an accountant, to deal with them instead. Because of the hectic nature that can come hand-in-hand with any… Read More


Tax Tips 2017: When You’re Earning a Low Income

Tax Tips 2017: When You’re Earning a Low Income

We at Loans Canada know that high paying jobs are hard to come by these days. However, having a lower income doesn’t mean that tax season needs to be any more complicated or stressful for you. In reality, you can receive a decent return, as long as you… Read More


Infographic: 2016 Canadian Tax Season Deadlines

Infographic: 2016 Canadian Tax Season Deadlines

As we come to the end of February, one thing we’re sure of is that most Canadians have probably started to feel that sense of impending doom that comes with the realization that tax season has arrived. We’ve started to feel it too and that’s why we’re more motivated than ever… Read More


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