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Tax season is a busy time of year for everyone.  Make sure you are prepared.

 

This list of links to essential tax resources, information, tools and web pages will help you understand and keep current on important tax news and views.

 

If you have any additional questions, we are always here to help.  Feel free to contact us.

 

 

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Medical Expenses Tax Credit

Access Your Tax Account Online

 

Credits, Benefits and Incentives

 

Medical Expenses Tax Credit

My Account for individuals allows you to track your refund, view or change your return, check your benefit and credit payments, view your RRSP limit, set up direct deposit, receive online mail, and so much more.

 

Click here to access My Account for Individuals

 

 

 

 

 

For single people and families, you'll find a list of provincial tax credits and benefits available to single people and families in Ontario, including single parent families, seniors and First Nations.

 

Click here to access the Ontario Ministry of Finance web site

 

 

 

 

 

A taxpayer can claim a non-refundable tax credit for medical expenses paid by the taxpayer or the taxpayer's spouse or common-law partner.  The medical expenses claimable include those paid for the taxpayer, the taxpayer's spouse or common-law partner, or a child under 18 of the taxpayer or spouse, who is dependent on the taxpayer or spouse for support.

 

Click here to see my Medical Expenses Tax tip

         

Working Three Jobs At The Same Time

 

Canada Revenue Agency Matching Program

 

U.S. Citizens Living in Canada

Working Multiple Jobs

 

CRA Matching Program

 

U.S. Citizens Living in Canada

I worked 3 different jobs at the same time last year.  Why do I owe so much income tax?

 

Click here to see why

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

It can be challenging for the Canada Revenue Agency to keep track of every taxpayers return.  This is why the Canada Revenue Agency has various methods to catch taxpayers who fail to report income, either by mistake or on purpose.  One of these methods is the CRA's matching program.

 

Click here to learn more

 

 

Anyone who is a citizen of the United States, even if they have never lived in the US, must file a federal income tax return for any year in which their gross income from worldwide sources is equal to or greater than the applicable exemption amount and standard deduction.

 

Click here to find out more information about US citizens living in Canada

         
         

 

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