Your situation changes over time. Your tax return needs to reflect those changes. Choose your profile to find simple answers to common questions.
Working into your sixties? In your seventies and living in a private seniors’ residence, your own home or condo, a health establishment or an apartment? You may be eligible for tax credits. We can explain what you need to know.
Are you a student (or parent of one) who works while studying or has a student loan, scholarship or bursary? Read on to learn more about the tax credits and deductions you can claim.
Did you know that there are tax credits specifically for parents? Read on to learn more.
If your or your family’s income is low, you might be eligible for the solidarity tax credit, the work premium tax credits and the shelter allowance program.
Are you a caregiver for someone with a mental or physical impairment who needs help with a basic activity of daily living? Do you care for and live with a relative 70 or over? We’re here to help you learn more about the tax credits you can claim.
Being self-employed means being your own boss. Your profits and losses are considered your income, and you must report them in your tax return. You may also have to register for the GST/HST and QST. Read on to learn more.