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The FAQs: Ins and Outs of the New EI Family Caregiver Benefit

2018-06-20T15:05:36+00:00

The new Family Caregiver benefit for adults is available to help families care for a critically ill adult. This benefit allows eligible caregivers to take up to 15 weeks off work to care for or support an adult family member who is critically ill or injured. Eligible caregivers are family members or individuals that the

The FAQs: Ins and Outs of the New EI Family Caregiver Benefit2018-06-20T15:05:36+00:00

The Tax-Free Child Disability Benefit

2018-01-10T14:22:48+00:00

The Child Disability Benefit (CDB) is a tax-free benefit for families who care for a child under age 18 who is eligible for the Disability Tax Credit  (DTC). Not all children with a disability qualifies for the CDB.  To be eligible for the Child Disability Benefit, the child must have a severe and prolonged

The Tax-Free Child Disability Benefit2018-01-10T14:22:48+00:00

B.C. Early Childhood Tax Benefit

2017-08-16T14:45:06+00:00

The B.C. Early Childhood Tax Benefit (BCECTB) is a tax-free monthly payment made to eligible families to help with the cost of raising young children under age 6. Benefits from this program are combined with the federal Canada Child Benefit (CCB) into a single monthly payment. The BCECTB provides a benefit of up to $55

B.C. Early Childhood Tax Benefit2017-08-16T14:45:06+00:00

How to Manage the Taxes of a Deceased Loved One

2017-06-14T15:10:15+00:00

The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) knows that dealing with the death of a loved one is difficult. With this in mind, here are a few things to consider when handling someone's taxes after they have passed away. What to do first Tell us the deceased's date of death as soon as possible. You can

How to Manage the Taxes of a Deceased Loved One2017-06-14T15:10:15+00:00

Get a Tax Break on Your Children’s Summer Break

2016-08-26T12:15:14+00:00

While the kids are having fun and making new friends, you can look forward to some tax relief.   Summer camps can be considered Child Care Expenses so you might qualify to claim what you spent on eligible child care in 2016. Child Care Expenses are costs you, your spouse or common-law partner incur to have

Get a Tax Break on Your Children’s Summer Break2016-08-26T12:15:14+00:00

Claiming medical expenses on your income tax?

2016-03-20T17:47:36+00:00

Did you know? If you paid for hospital services, paid to live in a nursing home, or bought medical supplies such as pacemakers, vaccines, or walking aids, you may be able to claim a non-refundable tax credit based on these and other eligible expenses when filing your income tax and benefit return. Non-refundable tax credits

Claiming medical expenses on your income tax?2016-03-20T17:47:36+00:00

2014 Personal Income Tax, and Tax-Free Savings Accounts (TFSAs) Information

2013-11-13T09:26:51+00:00

Each year, certain personal income tax and benefit amounts are indexed to inflation using the Consumer Price Index data as reported by Statistics Canada. Increases to tax bracket thresholds, amounts relating to non refundable credits, and most other amounts will take effect on January 1, 2014. However, increases to the Canada child tax benefit (including

2014 Personal Income Tax, and Tax-Free Savings Accounts (TFSAs) Information2013-11-13T09:26:51+00:00