I came across this article relating to Canadian Tax Filing for 2014, and thought it was worth a share. The article can be read via the link below.
Money Mentors’ Advice for 2014 Taxes.
This article outlines how the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) website, http://www.cra.gc.ca, can be used to keep up to date on any changes for 2014, and for 2015, which could help Canadians save money.
Money Mentors list themselves as being “the only Alberta-based, not-for-profit credit counselling agency.” What I like about this article is that this firm also believes that credit counselling, money coaching, retirement planning, tax saving and community financial literacy are essential to contributing to a healthier financial future for all Canadians.
Read the article, but as an outline, the topics covered include;
1) RRSP’s and TFSA’s
2) Charitable Donations
3) Medical Expenses
4) Public Transit
5) Child’s Art/Fitness Amount
6) Childcare Expenses
7) Job-Hunting Expenses
8) First Homes
Enjoy, and please do not forget to get your Canadian Tax Return filed and paid – if at all possible – by April 30th!
If you have any tax-related questions, specifically relating to collection matters with the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA), you can reach out for a free consult with us via email at email@example.com, or to me, Warren Orlans, at firstname.lastname@example.org. We can also be reached on the phone or by text at 416.833.1581.
Please be patient as we are swamped and it may take some time for you to get a response. Feel free to follow up and bug us in the same manner as the CRA bugs you. We’re okay with that.
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