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Gender Inclusion: Acknowledging and Servicing Transgender, Non-Binary and LGBTQ2+ People.
It has never been more apparent than now that gender norms are changing, and these changes are here to stay.
Good news! CRA is reviewing previously denied claims for the Disability Tax Credit (DTC) under expanded eligibility criteria available for the 2021 tax filing year.
Preserving capital in the current environment includes three goals: managing the financial triggers caused by the current environment, understanding the tax-efficient "wealth horizon", and preserving income-producing capital in advance of transition events: retirement and death of a taxpayer.
Starting in 2020, most taxpayers between the age of 25 and 65 began earning an entitlement to the Canada Training Credit of $500 per year. In order to claim the credit, the taxpayer has to have eligible tuition fees for the year. So, what’s the difference between claiming the tuition credit and the Canada Training Credit?