For many Canadians, the biggest single payment they receive all year is their tax refund cheque. How long you'll wait between filing and receiving your refund depends on a number of factors.
Social experience manager, TurboTax Canada
Jennifer Gorman is the Social Experience Manager for TurboTax Canada. She has been preparing taxes for over 30 years, and has spent the last nine years helping TurboTax customers all over Canada file their returns. In her spare time, she leads tax seminars for Students, Seniors and the Self-Employed in her home province of Newfoundland.
Saying "I do" has an impact on almost every aspect of your life including your tax return. If you've recently tied the knot or plan to in the near future, here are the answers to common newlywed tax questions.
04/08/2016 11:52 EDT
Whether you're a student or parent of a student in post-secondary studies, filing a student return for the first time may raise some questions -- but compared to studying for finals, writing research papers or adjusting to living on your own, filing taxes as a student is quite simple.
03/29/2016 03:54 EDT
Along with longer days, warmer temperatures, and blooming buds, spring also tends to bring an increase in real estate sales. If you are planning on taking the plunge into home ownership for the first time, you may qualify for a number of programs, credits, and rebates.
03/15/2016 10:17 EDT
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