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Feb 11, 2019 ... governments, do not always pay the GST/HST on their purchases. For more information, see Guide RC4022, General Information for GST/HST Registrants. False GST/HST exemptions Some individuals, businesses, and organizations are falsely claiming to be exempt from paying the GST/HST. In some cases, they may even present a fake exemption card to avoid paying the tax
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Mar 18, 2019 ...Health-related consultations Take part in Government of Canada consultations on health-related topics. Browse consultations or reports Open health-related consultations Participate, join in, share ideas Closed health-related consultations Results, what we heard, ideas shared Related services and information Subscribe to get information on health
Feb 12, 2019 ... volunteers In 2018 you may have received a payment from an eligible employer, such as a government, a municipality, or another public authority for your work as a volunteer ambulance technician, a volunteer firefighter, a search and rescue volunteer, or other type of emergency worker. The T4 slips issued by this authority will generally show only the taxable part
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Feb 11, 2019 ...–C2, Prohibited investments – RRSPs, RRIFs, RESPs, RDSPSs and TFSAs. Qualified investment – An investment in properties (except real property), including money, guaranteed investment certificates, government and corporate bonds, mutual funds, and securities listed on a designated stock exchange. For more information see Income Tax Folio S3–F10–C1–, Qualified
Mar 12, 2019 ...Canadian Participation in Civil Affairs - Military Government. Part I: Background and Beginnings. Canadian Military Headquarters (CMHQ) reports chronicle Canadian action in the Second World War. PDF 21.15 MB Canadian Participation in Civil Affairs - Military Government. Part I: Background and Beginnings Date of publication: 10 Jul 1945 Type: CMHQ report
Feb 12, 2019 ...Government employees outside Canada This page provides tax information to federal and provincial government employees who are posted abroad, as well as to members of their families. Residency status Government employees posted outside Canada are usually factual residents of Canada or deemed residents of Canada for income tax purposes. Factual residents You
Feb 11, 2019 ...Cashing a Government of Canada cheque From: Financial Consumer Agency of Canada On this page Identification you need to cash a Government of Canada cheque When a bank won’t cash your Government of Canada cheque Cashing an old Government of Canada cheque Cashing your Government of Canada cheque at a payday lender or cheque-cashing outlet Enrol in direct
Feb 12, 2019 ...T1204 Government Service Contract Payments T1204 slip image Box 82 – Service payments only Amount of payments reported for service contracts only. Amounts reported in this box are not included in box 84. For more information, go to Information for recipients. Box 84 – Mixed services and goods payments Amount of payments reported for mixed services and goods