GST

When You Owe the CRA Money

2018-07-25T15:11:56+00:00

Debts the Canada Revenue Agency collects The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) collects amounts owing such as: individual income tax payroll deductions GST/HST remittances corporation income tax customs, excise, and other levies benefit overpayments including: Canada child benefit GST/HST credit The CRA also collects the following amounts owed for other government

When You Owe the CRA Money2018-07-25T15:11:56+00:00

Why Have Your Benefit and Credit Payments Changed?

2018-07-04T15:10:30+00:00

Each summer, following the tax filing season, the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) uses information from an individual’s income tax and benefit return, along with the return of their spouse or common-law partner, to calculate benefit and credit payments for the upcoming year. Starting in July, eligible benefit and credit recipients

Why Have Your Benefit and Credit Payments Changed?2018-07-04T15:10:30+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

Students: What You Need to Know about Your Taxes

2017-11-08T14:34:24+00:00

When you’re a student, every dollar counts. So make sure you’re getting all the tax credits, deductions, and benefits you are eligible for by doing your taxes. Even if you have little or no income, you should still file your tax return because you could get money back! Here are some tips to

Students: What You Need to Know about Your Taxes2017-11-08T14:34:24+00:00

Amounts That Are Not Taxable

2017-09-06T15:51:49+00:00

You do not have to report certain amounts in your income, including the following: any GST/HST credit, Canada Child Benefit, or Canada child tax benefit payments, including those from related provincial and territorial programs; compensation received from a province or territory if you were a victim of a criminal act or a motor vehicle accident; most lottery winnings; most gifts

Amounts That Are Not Taxable2017-09-06T15:51:49+00:00

Tax Credits, Benefits and Deductions for Seniors to Enjoy

2017-07-19T14:45:58+00:00

  The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) wants seniors to get the tax credits, deductions, and benefits they are eligible for. Here are 11 of the most common credits and benefits for seniors. Pension income splitting – If you receive a pension, you may be eligible to split up to 50{cae2521f64dcff784c511b644c6cc8c98f9594c79acdd41ba953a724385391e5} of your eligible pension income with

Tax Credits, Benefits and Deductions for Seniors to Enjoy2017-07-19T14:45:58+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

Expecting a baby? Find Out How it Affects Your Family’s Taxes

2017-05-31T14:08:38+00:00

Congratulations! If you have a new baby or a baby on the way, there are many benefits and credits you may be eligible to receive, and tax changes to consider. Apply for child benefits With the Automated Benefits Application (ABA), you can automatically apply for child benefits when registering the birth of your

Expecting a baby? Find Out How it Affects Your Family’s Taxes2017-05-31T14:08:38+00:00

6 Mistakes to Avoid at Tax Time

2017-04-26T15:40:24+00:00

Here are some tax tips that can save you time and money! At tax time, avoid the following six things: 1. Not doing your taxes Even if you have not received income for 2016, you should still file your income tax and benefit return. You may be eligible for a refund, credits and benefits such

6 Mistakes to Avoid at Tax Time2017-04-26T15:40:24+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