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- Schedule 7: RRSPs in Canada
Schedule 7 is a form that is attached to your Income Tax Return and it calculates your Registered Retirement Savings Plan (RRSP) deduction. The RRSP deduction lowers your taxable income, which means you pay less taxes than you would if… The post Schedule 7: RRSPs in Canada appeared first on Rosen … Read more »
- TFSA Contribution Limit
A Tax-free savings account (TFSA) is a registered investment account that allows Canadian residents to earn tax-free money on certain types of investments. TFSAs are a great way for Canadians to save towards their financial goals, as they provide a great… The post TFSA Contribution Limit appeared … Read more »
- Cryptocurrency Audits and the CRA
Recently, the Canada Revenue Agency has sent out a 13 page questionnaire to those it suspects of owning cryptocurrencies or digital currencies. These are currencies such as Bitcoin, Etherium, Litecoin, etc. The purpose of the questionnaire is to start the… The post Cryptocurrency Audits and the CR … Read more »
- Tax Requirements for the Gig Economy in Canada
The Canada Revenue Agency (the “CRA”) requires all taxpayers to file income tax returns every year. Since Uber, and other similar companies, have arrived on the scene there have been questions about the tax implications of working for a company… The post Tax Requirements for the Gig Economy in Can … Read more »
- What is HST in Canada?
The harmonized sales tax (“HST”) is a consumption tax in Canada and it combines the goods and services tax (“GST”) and provincial sales tax (“PST”) . It is most often used in provinces where both the federal goods and services… The post What is HST in Canada? appeared first on Rosen Kirshen Profes … Read more »
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