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As long as your CRA account is in good standing, instead of having to wait for your refund, we'll write you a cheque today.
Our fee will simply be deducted from your cheque.
The fee is 15% on first $300, 5% on the remaining balance.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Walk-ins are always welcome, however we recommend that you book an appointment as it can get very busy during tax season.
To get the maximum refund possible and make sure taxes are done properly, it is important to bring in the proper documentation. Here’s a checklist to help you.
*Note: if you don’t have all your slips, we can probably get them them online for you
- All T4 slips
- Other information slips (T3, T5, T4E, T4A, T4AP, T4RSP, T4RIF)
- CPP benefits
- Employment income (e.g. paycheque stubs)
- Employment insurance benefits
- Old Age Security benefits
- Pensions and annuities
- Social assistance payments
- Workers’ compensation benefits
- Adoption expenses
- Carrying charges and interest expenses
- Charitable donations
- Childcare expenses
- Children’s fitness programs
- Interest and dividend payments
- Medical expenses
- Moving costs
- Office-in-home expenses
- Political contributions
- Professional fees
- RRSP donations
- Sale or deemed sale of stocks, bonds or real estate
- Student loan interest payments
- Support for a child, spouse, or common-law partner
- Tool expenses (tradespersons)
- Transit passes
- Travel expenses
- Tuition/Education amounts (For qualifying students)
- Union dues
- Vehicle expenditures
- Automobile/Travel Logbooks
- Business, farm, or fishing income and expense records
- Canada Revenue Agency correspondence
- Capital gains/losses records
- Declaration of Conditions of Employment (T2200)
- Disability Tax Credit Certificate (T2201)
- Northern resident’s deductions
- Notice of Assessment
- Rental income & expense records
- Universal Child Care Benefit authorization
- April 30 (most filers)
- June 15 (self-employed filers and their spouses or common-law partners)
- June 30 (TFSA return)
GST/HST credit payments:
- January 5
- April 5
- July 5
- October 5
Installment payments due:
- March 15
- June 15
- September 15
- December 15
- December 31 (farmers and fishers pay their yearly installment payment)
RRSP contribution deadline:
- March 2
Canada Child Benefit:
- January 20, 2020
- February 20, 2020
- March 20, 2020
- April 20, 2020
- May 20, 2020
- June 19, 2020
- July 20, 2020
- August 20, 2020
- September 18, 2020
- October 20, 2020
- November 20, 2019 & 2020
- December 13, 2019 & December 11, 2020
As Long As Your CRA Account Is In Good Standing, Instead Of Having To Wait For Your Refund, We’ll Write You A Cheque Today.
Our Fee Will Simply Be Deducted From Your Cheque.
The Fee Is 15% On First $300, 5% On The Remaining Balance.
E-file – If you electronically file your return could be processed in as little as eight business days but wait at least three weeks before you call.
Four to six weeks for a paper return – The CRA does not begin to process returns until mid-February.
If you filed your return on or before April 30th the wait may be up to fours weeks.
If you filed you return after April 30th the wait may be up to six weeks.
If you’re over 18 years old, you should file your taxes every year to be entitled to GST and the Climate Action Incentive.
Who has to file income taxes:
- You have a balance owing on your tax return.
- You received a request to file a return.
- You and your spouse or common-law partner elected to split pension income.
- You sold property or realized a taxable capital tax gain.
- You are required to repay Old Age Security (OAS) or Employment Insurance (EI).
- You have not repaid all of the amounts you withdrew from your Registered Savings Plan (RRSP) for a Home Buyers Plan or Lifelong Learning Plan.
- You have to contribute to the Canada Pension Plan (CPP).
- You are currently receiving Working Income Tax Benefit (WITB) advance payments and would like to continue receiving these benefits.
You still may want to file if any of the following apply.
- You want to receive a refund.
- You want to apply for the Goods and Services Tax/Harmonized Sales Tax (GST/HST)credit.
- You or your spouse or common-law partner want to begin or continue receiving Canada Child Tax Benefit.
- You have incurred a non-capital loss and you want to be able to apply in other years.
- You want to carry forward or transfer the unused part of your tuition, education or textbook amounts.
- You want to report income for that you could contribute to your Registered Retirement Savings Plan (RRSP) so that you can keep your RRSP deduction limit for future years.
- You want to carry forward the unused investment tax credit.
- You are applying for the Ontario Energy and Property Tax Credit.