Archive for the ‘Canada Tax’ Category

Canadian tax changes for 2014

It’s no secret that with the introduction of every new government budget comes changes to your tax obligations and in many cases the introduction of new taxes. Below are eleven of the most important changes to Canadian taxes in 2014 which could affect how you...

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10 Myths about Canadian Taxes

Filing Canadian tax returns can be confusing enough as it is, never mind how much more confusing things get when you start to hear about possible tax deductions you can make, how many you can make, when you can claim a tax refund, what income...

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Win prizes with Taxback.com’s ‘Tell a Friend’ programme

If you’ve filed your tax return with us, then you’ll know how quick and simple it is. We always suggest you recommend us to any of your friends who also need to file a tax return, but did you know you can win prizes for doing so?...

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Canada Tax Office Targeting Online Sellers

The Canada Revenue Agency plans to audit online earners making thousands of dollars on e-commerce sites like eBay. The same tax laws apply to e-commerce as they do to traditional commerce and the Canadian tax office is urging those earning online to declare their earnings...

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Scrap your old car for a deal

The UK government will be sharing the cost with car manufacturers to offer cash incentives for anyone willing to buy a new vehicle, while the old car is still roadworthy. The deal only applies to cars below 3.5 metric tons. The funds allocated for the...

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Average Canadian Refunds $1400 for 08

Canadian taxpayers are receiving average tax refunds of more than $1400 for the 2008 tax year, preliminary figures from the Canada Revenue Agency show. Canada’s Minister of National Revenue Jean-Pierre Blackburn said taxpayers were benefiting from the Goverment’s tax relief measures of tax benefits and...

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Tax Refunds for Canadian Students

Canadian students working at home and overseas are often owed large tax refunds, a recent article in Canadian Student Magazine says. Students get big tax refunds because they usually only work part-time or they only work for some of the year and this means they overpay tax. They...

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