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tax season

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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.
For most Canadians, filing their 2016 income taxes are now a thing of the past -- way to go, guys! Surprisingly, with only a few more days to go until the May 1st tax return deadline, many still haven't prioritized tax preparation this year. What are they waiting for? What are you waiting for?
One of the short-term motivations to contribute to an RRSP is to lower your annual income tax. With a Fonds de solidarité
From going through the immigration process to finding a place to live, to moving all of your possessions, it takes a considerable amount of work and coordination. While you may be focused on your move to a new place, you do need to make sure you notify everyone that you are leaving. This should include the taxman.
Taxes can be complex and most people don't want to deal with them. But unlike some tax pros that try to imply that you need a super-computer to prepare your return correctly, many people have straightforward returns that can easily be prepared yourself using a free or affordable tax software program.
The tax deadline falls on May 2 this year, which means Canadians have an extra weekend to file their taxes. The CRA will soon be hit by a wave of last-minute tax returns, as countless Canadians wait until the last minute.
By examining the actual return on investment of our charitable donations, we can better assess the tangible social impact of our donations. To do this, ask yourself, what social impact has my donation made? Or better yet, ask your charity of choice how the dollars you donated made a difference.