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Exactly who needs to file a UHT-2900 by April 30, 2024? Even tax pros are having trouble deciphering these complicated rules, and explaining them to their clients. Fortunately, Knowledge Bureau’s Advanced T1 Tax Update Course, now available online for tax training, has the answers and a handy conversation guide for tax accounting and financial advisors to share with their clients. Here’s a brief synopsis of filing requirements:
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If you opened a First Home Savings Account in 2023, you’ll be addressing potentially 3 new lines on the 2023 tax return, several new auxiliary tax forms and a brand-new Schedule 15. Here is what you need to know:
The federal government announced over $200 million in new rent and emergency shelters support as well as $5 million a year to fund consumer research, investigate and reveal harmful business practices, all as part of its economic plan. Sadly, there was no broad-based tax relief to put money into the hands of consumers. Here’s what was announced and how filing a tax return before the end of the month could provide more broad-based help instead.