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It is indeed that time of the year: tax season is upon us and there is lots of tax news for those just starting their 2022 T1. With just under 5 million tax returns already filed by mid March, the average refund is just under $2,200 and the average balance just under $4,500. Here’s my top picks for tax tips you need to know to maximize your entitlements:
Be sure to claim the Ontario staycation tax credit on your 2022 tax return because it’s not staying: the Ontario government announced its demise for future filers last December. Here’s what you need to know to get it right for 2022:
Taking a Knowledge Bureau certificate course this year? It will be tax deductible as a training expense if you are self-employed. But there may also be an opportunity for you to tap into a $1,000 Canada Training Credit if you are claiming the tuition fee credit. For those who qualified in 2022, the amount was $750. Here’s what you need to know:
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