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How to Check if You Have Forgotten Money in a Canadian Bank

2017-10-18T14:44:32+00:00

An "unclaimed balance" is a Canadian-dollar account, deposit or negotiable instrument held or issued by a federally regulated bank or trust company. If it’s an account, it can be in the form of a savings account or chequing/current account. If it's a deposit, it can be a credit card balance, term deposit, guaranteed

How to Check if You Have Forgotten Money in a Canadian Bank2017-10-18T14:44:32+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

65+ Benefits & Credits

2015-02-19T04:54:21+00:00

Did you know? There are several benefits and credits designed for seniors. Age amount – You can claim this amount if you were 65 years of age or older on December 31, 2014, and your net income is less than $ 80,980. The maximum amount you can claim is $ 6,916. Pension income amount – You

65+ Benefits & Credits2015-02-19T04:54:21+00:00

Are You 65 or Older? Claim your benefits and credits!

2014-02-13T10:24:48+00:00

Important information for seniors Age amount – You can claim this amount if you were 65 years of age or older on December 31, 2013, and your net income is less than $ 80,256. The maximum amount you can claim is $ 6,854. Pension income amount – You may be able to claim up to

Are You 65 or Older? Claim your benefits and credits!2014-02-13T10:24:48+00:00

Are You 65 or Older? Claim Your Benefits and Credits

2013-02-06T09:22:40+00:00

Did you know? There are several benefits and credits designed for seniors. Important information for seniors Age Amount – You can claim this amount if you were 65 years of age or older on December 31, 2012, and your net income is less than $ 78,684. The maximum amount you can claim is $ 6,720.

Are You 65 or Older? Claim Your Benefits and Credits2013-02-06T09:22:40+00:00