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Tax Seminars 2018

We are once again offering complimentary Tax Seminars for our clients. These seminars will discuss changes in the budget, methods in which to save on your taxes and important tax related information. Space is limited so please call us at 905-985-0006 to reserve your slot. Dates Thursday, February 15th @… Read More

Property Tax Seminar

We are hosting a free property tax seminar in the month of March for both the Uxbridge and Port Perry area with guest speaker Michael Porporo from MPAC. We encourage attendance for anyone interested in learning more about their property taxes, be it for your own personal, commercial rental or… Read More

“MPAC Reassessments – Understanding the valuation and appeal processes”

The Scugog Chamber of Commerce will be hosting Property Tax Assessment Consultant expert – Paul Grosman at the Scugog Memorial Library in the evening on January 23rd, 2013. Mr. Grosman will be providing an overview of how MPAC determines the value of commercial and residential properties. Mr. Grosman will also discuss the options available to… Read More

Tax Free Savings Account

The Tax-Free Savings Account (TFSA) allows Canadians, age 18 and over, to set money aside tax-free throughout their lifetime.  Each calender year since the inception in 2009 you were able to contribute up to $5,000 each year.  So if you haven’t contributed to date, you can contribute any unused TFSA… Read More

Healthy Home Renovation Tax Credit

  The Healthy Homes Renovation Tax Credit is a permanent, refundable personal income tax credit for seniors and family members who live with them.  If you qualify, you can claim up to $10,000 worth of eligible home improvements on your tax return.  The amount of money you get back for… Read More

Canada Pension Plan Changes

CPP Pension changes if you start your pension before age 65 The CPP reduces your pension amount by a set percentage for each month that you take it before age 65, calculated from the time you begin receiving your pension.  For example, if you have taken your pension at age… Read More

Tax Credits – Medical Expenses

Are you aware of the rules surrounding medical expenses?  If you travel more than 40 km to a specialist, hospital visit, or any type of medical treatment you can claim the mileage and parking.  If you are travelling more than 80 km for the same purpose, you can claim hotel… Read More

Tax Credits – Disability Tax Credit

Disability Tax Credit As the population is aging, many taxpayers are taking care of loved ones in their homes.  The caregiver tax credits can help in some cases, but don’t forget about the Disability Tax Credit.  The name may be a bit of a misnomer.  Many taxpayers think of a… Read More

Tax Planning for the end of the year!

It’s getting close to the end of 2012, so what can you do to lower your tax bill? Investments It was a better for many investments in 2012, and you may have sold some investments and now have some capital gains to record on your income tax return.  If you… Read More