The following news feed articles are compiled from: Canada Revenue Agency - Tax Tips, Individuals Tax Information Newsletters, Business Tax Information Newsletters.
Emergency Preparedness Week [May 6-12, 2018] is the ideal time to take a proactive stance.
After you file your 2017 return, there are a few more things you can do.
The Voluntary Disclosures Program (VDP) gives you a second chance to change a tax return you previously filed or to file a return that you should have filed.
There are many ways you can make a payment to the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA)
As a self-employed person, you and your spouse or common-law partner have until midnight on Friday, June 15, 2018, to file your 2017 income tax and benefit returns.
Property flipping is when individuals, including real estate agents, buy and resell homes in a short period of time for a profit.
Most Canadian income tax and benefit returns for 2017 are due on April 30, 2018. If you have a balance owing, the total amount is also due by that date.
The deadline to file your 2017 tax return is April 30, 2018. If you or your spouse or common-law partner are self-employed, you have until June 15 to file your 2017 tax return. But if you owe taxes, you still have to pay the full amount no later than April 30 to avoid interest charges.
Did you know that your marital status can affect your taxes and the amount of benefit and credit payments you are eligible to get? It is important to tell the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) about any changes in your marital status before you do your taxes to make sure you get the right payments.
If you own foreign property, remember your reporting obligations. You must file Form T1135, Foreign Income Verification Statement, on time.