Let UFile Online Do The Hard Work at Income Tax Time (Review and Giveaway)

UFILE WITH A VIRTUAL ACCOUNTANT EXPERIENCE   As the first portion of the year starts we prepare ourselves to file our taxes for the previous year. I’m the guy who is in charge of filing our 2015 tax return for the family and this year I was lucky enough to review UFile Online. Today I’m going to share the results with all of you. With the income tax deadline of on or before April 30, 2016 (June 15, 2016 for self-employed) looming for taxpayers it’s time to finish up the 2015 year and file with Revenue Canada. Our 2015 income tax return has been completed and submitted. Now, we can relax and get on with life until next years tax season rolls around. I have learned a few things about filing an income tax return online this year with UFile and I hope you enjoy this review of what I consider to be one of the best tax return software for Canadians. When I came to Canada filing your taxes was all a little new for me since I had never filed taxes before. Filing your taxes for the year was unheard of as the tax system in the UK […]

Income Tax Is Like A Four Letter Word

INCOME TAX TIPS YOU SHOULD KNOW   Income Tax for some people is like a four letter word, they just don’t want to hear it, and dread the April 30th deadline we have here in Canada to file a personal income tax return. But it does not need to be like that. I have prepared and  been filing personal and small business tax returns for over 15 years. What started for me as a seasonal job, with H&R Block to supplement my regular income, has turned into a small business. I find it incredibly rewarding when I help people take advantage of all tax credits that are available to their families. From arts and sports credits for kids, to home improvement credits for seniors, there are many credits people don’t think of when filing their taxes.   Tax Credits   Tax Tip: Did you know that if your Grandmother needs a shower bar in her bathroom, that she can get a tax credit for having it installed? If you need to have your home wheel chair accessible, there is a credit for that too. Most people know of the popular tax credits, medical, rent, property taxes, and childcare. What they […]

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