Claiming medical expenses for 2019 (March 2020)
The Canadian tax system provides individual taxpayers with a tax
credit for out-of-pocket medical and para-medical expenses incurred
during the year. Given that such expenses must be incurred at some
What’s new on the 2019 tax return? (March 2020)
The one constant in income tax is change and consequently, while
Canadian taxpayers must prepare and file the same form – the T1
Income Tax and Benefit Return – every spring, that return f...
Looking ahead to 2020 (November 2019)
Planning for – or even thinking about – 2020 taxes when it’s not
even December 2019 may seem more than a little premature. However,
most Canadians will start paying their taxes for 2...
Taking stock of your TFSA (October 2019)
Tax-free savings accounts (TFSAs) have been around for a full
decade now, having been introduced in 2009, and for most Canadians,
a TFSA (along with a registered retirement savings plan (RRSP)) is
When are legal fees deductible? (October 2019)
In most cases, the need to seek out and obtain legal services (and
to pay for them) is associated with life’s more unwelcome
occurrences and experiences — a divorce, a dispute over a famil...
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