Archive for the ‘Canada Tax’ Category

Did you complete your work experience in Canada?

We offer a dedicated tax return service for co-op students and students who have undertook work experience abroad. If you completed your paid work experience abroad, you may be entitled to a tax return.   Co-op placements   Co-op placements usually last for duration of...

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7 Helpful Websites for Canadian Newcomers

These websites are a great resource for all of our customers and readers who have recently secured an IEC VISA. If you plan to come and work in Canada in the near future or have recently arrived in Canada each website either provides great advice,...

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Taxback.com Canadian Twitter Account

Do you love to chat with the world? We certainly do. We have launched our @TaxbackCanada Twitter account where we keep you up to date with all Taxback.com activity in Canada, top tax tips, resort events and retweets from some of our partners best tweets....

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Setting up a Canadian Bank Account in 3 easy steps

We have put together a simple plan to help you set up a Canadian bank account as a newcomer in Canada. Managing your finances in a foreign country can be a daunting task to say the least, so use our helpful steps to get started...

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Top Tips for Filing your Taxes in Canada

Tax is often considered a scary word when you’re at home, so why would it be any different when you are abroad? Let me explain. In Canada everyone pays tax, but if you are in Canada on a working holiday VISA, earning less than $11,000,...

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Provincial Tax Rates in Canada

If you live in Canada, you need to be aware that the tax rates differ between the different provinces. Below we have listed the minimum tax rates in Canada based on the province in which you lived:  Provinces/territories Rate(s) Newfoundland and Labrador 7.7% on,the first...

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5 money saving tips for Young Travellers in Canada

Canada can be an expensive country to live, so we have put together five money saving tips for those who are working in Canada, or planning to travel to Canada.   1. Canadian Coupons and Discount Codes   If you have travelled to Canada from...

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