HuffPost Canada closed in 2021 and this site is maintained as an online archive. If you have questions or concerns, please check our FAQ or contact support@huffpost.com.

income tax

Proof of “detailed expenses” isn’t expected to be an eligibility requirement.
U.S. residents are also getting a break if they’re negatively impacted.
When we cut through the biased language what is being asked and answered?
Be sure that you file your tax return on time even if you cannot afford to pay even $1 of your tax liability.
Many low-income households are hesitant to file taxes as they often mistakenly believe they'll have to pay the government rather than get money back.
Anyone who works in the tax industry knows that embarrassing questions surface all the time, and they go immediately into the vault with no judgement.
The good news is that there are a lot of benefits to filing taxes, and new Canadians qualify for the same tax credits and deductions as the rest of us.
It's important to keep a proper record of your income and expenses and to back it all up with receipts.
We just complain about paying taxes, without recognizing that pooling our money together has bought us a high quality of life.
As the end of April approaches, many of you have filed your taxes and experienced that moment of truth waiting for the system to calculate whether or not you'd get a refund. According to a recent TD survey, more than half of Canadians are expecting to receive a tax refund this year.