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Do I need T2200S to take the Work-From-Home deduction?

For the 2020 and 2021 tax years, Canadians were allowed a special Work-From-Home credit for time spent working from home during the Covid-19 pandemic. The credit can be calculated two ways: using a flat rate, or doing a calculation involving a percentage of utilities and/or rent costs. The flat rate requires no additional documentation. Any [...]

Free Webinar: Tax Tips for Creatives

Everyone wants to do the right thing when it comes to taxes, but not everyone knows what the right thing is. That goes double for self-employed or freelance earners, who have more choices and responsibilities when it comes to taxes than regular employees, and seemingly less information available. With the tips in this webinar you [...]

By |February 14th, 2016|Tax Education|Comments Off on Free Webinar: Tax Tips for Creatives

Final 2015 U.S. Tax Seminar in Toronto

© iStock/Creative_Outlet Filing deadline for U.S. Citizens living abroad is June 15th.* Americans in Canada and around the world are wondering how to cope with the many U.S. tax issues. This seminar is hosted by Chris Eggers of Investors Group and Democrats Abroad Canada–Toronto, and co-hosted by professional accounting firm Lawrence and Associates [...]

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