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Our tax resources are here to keep you out of the dark on your tax situation.

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Weekly press review

Each week, Tax Factory makes a selection in the news of the articles that have the most impact in the field of taxation.

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What you have to know for 2020 tax season

Deduction for expenses related to working remotely, Incentive Program to Retain Essential Workers, Tax credit for career extension, Virtual currency transactions ... and much more.

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Deduction for expenses related to working remotely

 

If you worked from home because of the COVID-19 pandemic, you may be able to deduct some of your expenses. 

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TFSA contribution limit

is $6,000 in 2021

The TFSA contribution limit for 2021 is $6,000. If you have never contributed to a TFSA you can deposit a total of $75,500. Unused contribution room rolls over from one year to the next.

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Quand déduire

ses frais de déménagement?

 

Une personne qui change de lieu de résidence peut déduire des frais engagés dans le cadre de son déménagement sous certaines conditions.

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Track and report

your tips and

gratuities

 

In Canada, the amount you earn in tips and gratuities is considered as income, and you must declare all of it. Find out how you should track and report all your tips and gratuities.

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6 logiciels d'impôts

testés pour vous

Protégez-Vous a testé pour vous les meilleurs logiciels d'impôts, voyez lesquels sont à éviter parmi H&R Block, ImpôtExpert, ImpôtSimple, StudioTax, TaxTron et TurboImpôt.

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Self-employed?

Here are 6 steps to get your taxes right

 

Being your own boss. Working as much you want, when you want. Building something from the ground up that’s truly yours. There are many things to love about being self-employed.

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Tax considerations

for AirBnb hosts

Using Airbnb or another online platform. Before you join this growing marketplace, you need to consider the tax implications.