In this video the income tax preparation topic of Medical expenses will be discussed.
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This segment provides general information on income tax deductions for moving expenses and child care expenses. This video is part of an 11-part series for Canadian students about Income…
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The following is now available on the CRA Web site.. Did you know… That you can claim, as a non-refundable tax credit, medical expenses for yourself, your spouse or common-law partner, and your children born in 1989 or later? For 2006, the total expenses have to be more than 3% of your net income, or $1,884, whichever is less. You may also be able to claim medical expenses for the following persons if they depend on you for support: you or your spouse or common-law partner’s child or grandchild who was born in 1988 or earlier; and you or your [More]
When You Are NOT on the T.I.P.P. Just like I wrote in my previous post, Prepaid Property Taxes: T.I.P.P. and Journal Entries .. the reason one might adjustment the business and property tax accounts on a monthly basis, or at the year-end .. is to make sure that the expense is correct for the fiscal period. I provided an example what to do when you are on a T.I.P. Plan that might be over 10 months .. But, what if you aren’t on the tax instalment payment plan? Should you be adjusting your expense accounts anyway? Or Leave it alone [More]
T.I.P.P. = Tax Instalment Payment Plan Generally here in our province, your property taxes are probably either due June 30th or October 31st .. depending if you live in the city or in the rural country. The city or municipality often offers you the option to pay your property taxes on a monthly basis, usually by automatic withdrawal from your bank account on the first of each month. The property taxes (and business taxes) run for the calendar year .. and generally are precalculated as a fixed amount until the new taxes for the current year become in effect. Then, [More]