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Medical Expense Tax Credit – Service Animals

2018-06-13T15:20:58+00:00

The Medical Expense Tax Credit – Service Animals (METC) provides tax relief in respect of certain expenses related to an animal specially trained to assist a patient in coping with the following impairments: blindness, profound deafness, severe autism, severe diabetes, severe epilepsy or a severe and prolonged impairment that markedly restricts the use

Medical Expense Tax Credit – Service Animals2018-06-13T15:20:58+00:00

Apprenticeship Job Creation Tax Credit Qualifications

2018-06-07T13:05:41+00:00

The Apprenticeship Job Creation Tax Credit (AJCTC) is a non-refundable tax credit equal to 10{cae2521f64dcff784c511b644c6cc8c98f9594c79acdd41ba953a724385391e5} of the eligible salaries and wages payable to eligible apprentices in respect of employment after May 1, 2006. The maximum credit an employer can claim is $2,000 per year for each eligible apprentice. If your business hires an eligible apprentice, you qualify to claim the credit. Determining if the apprentice is

Apprenticeship Job Creation Tax Credit Qualifications2018-06-07T13:05:41+00:00

The Working Income Tax Benefit Credit

2017-12-27T16:10:16+00:00

The Working Income Tax Benefit (WITB) is a refundable tax credit intended to provide tax relief for eligible working low-income individuals and families who are already in the workforce and to encourage other Canadians to enter the workforce. The WITB consists of a basic amount and a disability supplement. Are you eligible for

The Working Income Tax Benefit Credit2017-12-27T16:10:16+00:00

B.C.’s Low Income Climate Action Tax Credit

2017-12-06T15:37:45+00:00

The B.C. Low Income Climate Action Tax Credit helps offset the impact of the carbon taxes paid by low income individuals or families. The Low Income Climate Action Tax Credit is combined with the federal Goods and Services Tax/Harmonized Sales Tax (GST/HST) Credit into one quarterly payment. The payments are issued by the

B.C.’s Low Income Climate Action Tax Credit2017-12-06T15:37:45+00:00

The BC Education Coaching Tax Credit

2017-08-30T14:37:10+00:00

The B.C. Education Coaching Tax Credit is a non-refundable tax credit for teachers and teaching assistants who carry out at least 10 unpaid hours of extracurricular coaching activity in the tax year. The credit amount is $500, providing a tax benefit of up to $25.30. You’re eligible to claim the tax credit if

The BC Education Coaching Tax Credit2017-08-30T14:37:10+00:00

Small Business Venture Capital Tax Credit

2017-08-23T14:55:38+00:00

Venture Capital Programs encourage investors to make equity capital investments in British Columbia small businesses that will enhance and diversify the provincial economy. The government recognizes that creating new small businesses and expanding existing ones will contribute to a healthy economy. These programs give small business continuous access to early stage venture capital to help them develop and

Small Business Venture Capital Tax Credit2017-08-23T14:55:38+00:00

B.C. Back to School Amount

2017-08-02T15:28:00+00:00

  The B.C. Back to School Amount is a non-refundable tax credit that was introduced in 2016.  The credit is aimed at parents of school age children to help with the cost of purchasing school supplies. The credit amount is $250 for each child, providing a tax benefit of up to $12.65 for

B.C. Back to School Amount2017-08-02T15:28:00+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

How to Save You Family Money at Tax Time

2017-04-12T15:19:04+00:00

Raising a family can be expensive, but there are many benefits, credits, and deductions that can help your family with costs during the year. They could even lower the amount you owe at tax time! However it is important to file on time if you want your credits. Check out these potential savings:  Canada

How to Save You Family Money at Tax Time2017-04-12T15:19:04+00:00

How to Claim the Caregiver Amount

2017-03-15T15:45:49+00:00

If you or members of your family have taken on the primary caregiver role, you may be able to access tax programs like the Caregiver Amount. Under Canada’s Income Tax Act, if you, your spouse or common-law partner have taken on caring for an elderly or disabled dependant, you may be entitled to claim

How to Claim the Caregiver Amount2017-03-15T15:45:49+00:00