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The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) is taking steps to help northern residents get the benefits and credits they're eligible for. Here is some information to help you get started this tax season.
The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) wants to make sure that you are receiving the benefits and credits you are eligible for.
Dealing with the death of a loved one is difficult. With this in mind, the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) wants to help make filing their final tax return easier.
New parents, don't forget to take advantage of the many benefits and credits available that can be a big boost to your family budget.
Starting in January 2018, those who filed tax and benefit returns on paper last year will automatically receive the 2017 Income Tax and Benefit Guide and forms book in the mail from the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA).
Important information you need to know about changes for the 2018 tax-filing season.
You can reduce the amount of federal tax you pay by claiming a non-refundable tax credit on a wide variety of medical expenses.
Did you get a suspicious email, telephone call, letter or text message claiming to be from the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA)? If you're being asked for personal information such as your credit card number, bank account number or passport number, this is a scam.
Did you donate to a registered Canadian charity or other qualified donee that gives official donation receipts? You may be eligible for a charitable donation tax credit that reduces your taxes owing.