Individuals – Tax information newsletter, Edition 2017-03
April 11, 2017
Tips from the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) could save you time and money! At tax time, avoid the following six things.
Raising a family can be expensive, but there are many benefits, credits, and deductions that can help your family with costs during the year.
Filing your income tax and benefit return on time helps prevent delays in receiving your benefits and credit payments. If you have a balance owing, paying on time helps you avoid possible interest and penalty charges.
Doing your taxes shouldn’t be expensive. Below are some tips to reduce your costs and make it easier to do your taxes this filing season.
The deadline for most Canadians to do their 2016 taxes is April 30, 2017. However, since this date falls on a Sunday this year, the CRA will consider your return to be filed on time and your payment to be made on time if the CRA receives your submission or it is postmarked by midnight on May 1.
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