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- What is the Marginal Tax Rate?
The marginal tax rate is the percentage of tax you will pay, which is based on the amount of income you earn. The more money you make, the more tax you are expected to pay. This approach is otherwise known as… The post What is the Marginal Tax Rate? appeared first on Rosen Kirshen Professional Cor … Read more »
- What is a Schedule 5?
The Canada Revenue Agency’s (CRA) Schedule 5 is used when taxpayer’s want to claim an amount for an eligible dependent, the amount for an infirm dependent age 18 or older, a caregiver amount, or an amount for a spouse or… The post What is a Schedule 5? appeared first on Rosen Kirshen Professional … Read more »
- What is a Schedule 1 Federal Tax Form?
CRA Schedule 1 A Schedule 1 Federal Tax Form, or a CRA Schedule 1 as some people call it, is used to calculate the percentage of your income you are going to pay as taxes. If you are looking at… The post What is a Schedule 1 Federal Tax Form? appeared first on Rosen Kirshen Professional Corporatio … Read more »
- What Kind of Medical Expenses are Tax Deductible in Canada?
While health care in Canada is publicly funded, there are various out-of-pocket medical expenses that taxpayers incur on a daily basis. Examples include over-the-counter medications, eyeglasses, vitamins and other items not covered by provincial or private health insurance. What many… The post Wha … Read more »
- Do You Have to Pay Tax on Rental Income?
What is Rental Income? Rental income is any income earned for allowing others the use of a specific space. This includes houses, apartments, individual rooms, office space, or any other real or moveable property. Do You Have to Pay… The post Do You Have to Pay Tax on Rental Income? appeared firs … Read more »
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