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What’s New on the Tax Return for 2022?

The obligation to complete and file a tax return and to pay any balance of taxes owed recurs each spring with what probably seems to

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Claiming Home Office Expenses for 2022

As the pandemic dragged on into 2022 many employees continued to work from home for pandemic related reasons And probably at least as many employees

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Planning for the New First Home Savings Account

Just about a year ago in the 2022 23 budget the federal government announced a number of measures to help Canadians who are trying to

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How to Respond to a Tax Installment Notice

Sometime during the month of February millions of Canadians will receive mail from the Canada Revenue Agency That mail a Tax Instalment Reminder will set

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Reducing the 2022 Tax Bill – Some Tax Filing Strategies for Those Over Age 65

2022 was a year of almost unrelenting bad financial news for Canadians but perhaps no group was more affected by those changes than retirees who

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Our 2022 CFE Graduates!

We are pleased to honour our CFE Grads later this week at their Convocation ceremonies in Nova Scotia and New Brunswick We hope all our

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Employment Insurance Premiums 2023

The Employment Insurance premium rate for 2023 is set at 1 63 Yearly maximum insurable earnings are set at $61 500 making the maximum employee

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New Underused Housing Tax (UHT) Clarified

New taxes are challenging and AC Group firms understand you want the information as clearly and concisely as possible to understand your responsibilities on reporting

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2022 Personal Income Tax Checklist

For your use we have provided a Personal Income Tax Checklist to assist you in preparing to file your 2022 Personal Income Tax T1 Return

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