seniors

B.C.’s Home Renovation Tax Credit for Seniors and Persons with Disabilities

2017-08-09T15:56:27+00:00

The Home Renovation Tax Credit for Seniors and Persons with Disabilities assists eligible individuals 65 and over and persons with disabilities with the cost of certain permanent home renovations to improve accessibility or be more functional or mobile at home. You’re eligible to claim the credit for the year if on the last day of

B.C.’s Home Renovation Tax Credit for Seniors and Persons with Disabilities2017-08-09T15:56:27+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

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

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

Credits and benefits for seniors

2012-03-09T14:19:21+00:00

  Important fact Following are two changes that might affect you: Canada Pension Plan (CPP): If you are between 60 and 65 years of age, you receive a CPP or Quebec Pension Plan (QPP) retirement benefit, and you are still working, you will now have to contribute to the CPP. If you are 65 to

Credits and benefits for seniors2012-03-09T14:19:21+00:00