The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) is warning Canadians about getting involved in schemes where promoters are telling participants they don’t have to pay tax if they turn their wages/salaries into non-taxable loans.
If the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) tells you it’s reviewing one or more of your tax returns, don’t panic! In most cases, it’s simply a routine check.
If you visit our Devon office on a game day you will find the staff sporting their Oilers gear.
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If you bought your home in 2016 or plan to buy a home, the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) has information that may help you.
The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) wants seniors to get the tax credits, deductions, and benefits they are eligible for.
The Government of Canada values the contribution teachers make providing young Canadians with the education and skills they need to join a strong middle class.
Visit the CRA website for additional details: Eligible educators: you can now claim your school supplies!
Students: make sure you claim the tax credits, deductions, and benefits you are eligible for when you file your income tax and benefit return.
Visit the CRA website for additional information : 8 things students need to know at tax time
Does your business owe taxes to the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA)? Ignoring your tax debt isn’t the best strategy.
The following information is now available on the CRA website:
The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) has put together a list of some things to avoid this tax-filing season. Follow these tips; they could save you time and money!
There are many benefits, credits, and deductions to help your family with expenses throughout the year and reduce the amount you owe at tax time.
The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) and the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) are warning Canadians about an ongoing scam in which taxpayers across the country receive phone calls or emails from individuals impersonating CRA employees.
The following link for CRA has additional information: