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October 28, 2013

Save on Taxes By Getting Married Before Year End

“If love is blind, I guess I’ll by myself a cane” W. Axl Rose   While love may be blind, your tax planning when it comes to getting married shouldn’t be. Why? Because some couples are surprised to learn that getting married may actually result in a higher tax liability than
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How to deduct Entertaining Your Spouse and Kids?

Can you get a tax write off for taking your spouse and kids to see a Rolling Stones concert? You’re probably thinking “you can’t always get what you want.” So of course the answer must be no. Well, you’ll be surprised that sometimes, with the right tax planning, not only can you
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CRA Revises Form T1135

As part of its efforts to address tax noncompliance involving foreign property, CRA recently introduced a revised Form T1135, Foreign Income Verification Statement, which is applicable for taxation years ending after June 30, 2013.Beginning with the 2013 taxation year, Form T1135
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