Some articles for those of us who dislike reading about taxes as much as paying them. Just the most important rules, regulations, and strategies to keep your tax bill as low as possible, and nothing else.
How to File Taxes Online for Free in Canada
Learn how to file taxes online in Canada. This guide will go over the different options you have to submit a complete tax filing to the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA).
Canada Tax Brackets 2022-2023 | Federal & Provincial/Territorial Tax Brackets
You know there are tax brackets in Canada — but what are they this year? Wonder no more. Click here to learn everything you need to know about income tax in Canada.
Capital Gains Tax Canada | 2023 Short-Term & Long-Term Gains
If you're hearing about capital gains and have a capital headache trying to figure it out — you've come to the right place. Here’s what you need to know about capital gains and losses and how they are taxed in Canada.
The Ultimate Guide to T4 Slips
The T4 is the king of the jungle of tax slips. This quick guide will provide all the essential T4 info you’ll need about the famous T4 statement of income paid and taxes withheld.
An Overview of Form T4A
A T4 is an income statement used for tax purposes. This guide explains how the T4 details income you’ve received not captured on other tax slips, such as pension and annuities.
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What's Tax Loss Harvesting?
It's a rather clever way of saving money on taxes by selling off existing investments. Here's how it works.
How to Change Your Tax Return After Filing
Filed your tax return and then realized you made a mistake? We’ll tell you how to change your return after it’s been filed.
33 Questions About RRSP, TFSA, FHSA and Other Registered Accounts
Answers to 33 of the most common questions about TFSAs, FHSAs, RRSPs, Spousal RRSPs, RRIFs, and the Home Buyers’ Plan.
A visual guide to end-of-year registered account deadlines
It can be hard balancing all of the different contribution deadlines — unless you have flowchart.
What Students Should Know About Their T2202 Form
Students enrolled at designated educational institutions receive a form T2202, the Tuition and Enrollment Certificate, which tells the CRA how much tuition can be claimed on your tax return.