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Alan Rowell, MFA, DFA-Tax Services Specialist, shines a light on a new communications issue at CRA...how would you advise a client with this problem?
Our Disability Awareness series concludes this week with a look at non-refundable tax credits that can be claimed on the tax return. These articles are excerpted from Jacks on Tax, by Evelyn Jacks.
The disabled who incur expenses of an attendant or other disability supports purchased in order to earn employment or self-employment income or to pursue education, can claim the costs of Disability Supports on Line 215 so long as the expenses were not reimbursed.
Avoid owing more than $2,999 at your balance due date. Here's why...
Do you know of someone dealing with the devastation of critical illness? There is much we can do from a tax efficiency point of view to help and guide families.