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If you were a resident of Canada for the entire tax year, you are entitled to the basic personal amount (click here: link) in full. If you were a resident for only part of the year – for example, if you became a resident of Canada or gave up your Can... read more
Says “fix federal return so I click on it.....NEXT PAGE:”Schedule C - QBI Passive Carryforward - There are one or more disallowed/suspended loss values on this Form/Worksheet (although this field may be blank). These are not yet fully supported by th... read more
If you were a resident of Canada for the entire tax year, you are entitled to the basic personal amount (click here: link) in full. If you were a resident for only part of the year – for example, if you became a resident of Canada or gave up your Can... read more
Generally speaking, the filing deadline is April 30th. Before midnight, you must submit your return to NETFILE or have your paper return postmarked. The filing deadline for self-employed persons is June 15th. The tax payment deadline for all taxpayer... read more
Anyone who meets the Canada Revenue Agency's (CRA) criteria for filing (click here: link) is required to file a tax return. This includes minors (children younger than 18). If you have any dependants who meet any of the CRA criteria for filing, they'... read more
Ways to change your address Online: use the My Account service on CRA's website. In My Account, select Change my address. Mail or fax: send the address change request to your tax centre, along with a completed Form RC325, Address change request. Phon... read more
Yes. The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) requires you to report all taxable income, regardless of whether or not you received a slip for it. If you are missing or did not receive an information slip, contact the person who normally provides your slips an... read more
Figuring out your residency status can be tricky, especially since it depends on so many factors that vary from person to person. Thankfully, the CRA has provided some guidelines to help you determine your status. If you would like the CRA’s opinion ... read more
Change in marital status My marital status changed. What do I select in TurboTax? I'm married I'm married. Do we file separately or together? How do I prepare a spousal (or coupled) return? How do I split my pension income with my spouse? How do I cl... read more
If you qualify, you can "borrow" money from your RRSP to fund your or your spouse/common-law partner's education using the LLP program. However, the funds you withdraw from your RRSP will need to be paid back in the form of RRSP or PRPP contributions... read more
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