families

Top Things Families Should Know About Taxes

2014-02-18T13:23:21+00:00

Important facts The following tips may help you or your family: • Working income tax benefit (WITB) – Working individuals and families with low income may be able to claim this refundable tax credit. The WITB includes a supplement for individuals who qualify for the disability amount. Eligible individuals and families can also apply for

Top Things Families Should Know About Taxes2014-02-18T13:23:21+00:00

Government action gives B.C. families and seniors a break

2012-05-03T20:47:56+00:00

VICTORIA - First-time home buyers can receive a cheque for up to $ 10,000 to help with the cost of buying a newly built home, and seniors who need permanent home renovations, to help them stay in their homes longer, will be assisted with the cost of those renovations through legislation introduced today by Finance

Government action gives B.C. families and seniors a break2012-05-03T20:47:56+00:00

Relief measures take effect to help families buy new homes

2012-03-29T13:48:50+00:00

BURNABY - British Columbia families buying a new home may take advantage of new housing relief measures that take effect on April 1, 2012. "It's hard for young families to get ahead," said Premier Christy Clark. "We're helping them to do that by making the cost of new homes a little bit more affordable for

Relief measures take effect to help families buy new homes2012-03-29T13:48:50+00:00

Top things families should know about taxes

2012-03-08T13:17:52+00:00

Did you know? The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) has a number of benefits, credits, and services to help families meet their financial obligations throughout the year, reduce the amount that they owe at tax time, and provide them with convenient online options. Important facts The following tips may help you or your family: Child benefit

Top things families should know about taxes2012-03-08T13:17:52+00:00