Tax Season Canada 2021

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Everything you need to know about tax season in Canada

Rounding it up

  • Tax season begins in late February, but your filing deadline depends on your profession; most will have to file by April 30.

  • Make use of RRSP contributions and any deductions for which you’re eligible, so you don’t end up paying more taxes than you have to.

  • While you can file taxes by hand, you can save time and energy by using certified tax software.

  • Received your tax returns? Congratulations! Got any outstanding balances? No worries, just make your payment via online banking with your financial institution.

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Barry Choi
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Barry Choi

Barry Choi is a personal finance expert based in Toronto who makes frequent media appearances. His website Money We Have is one of Canada's most trusted sources for all things related to money and travel.

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