TORONTO, April 6 /CNW/ -
1. Trying to save for a house? Money in your RRSP can be borrowed tax
free to purchase a home.
2. Disability credits are very often overlooked simply because the
taxpayer feels they do not qualify. Ask your doctor to review the
criteria on the T2201 medical disability form to be submitted to the
CRA and advise whether you qualify.
3. Any child under 18 who works part time or full time during the summer
months may be entitled to a refund of taxes paid if their income is
below the basic personal amount. Even if no tax is deducted,
reporting the income will increase the child's RRSP contribution
limit for future years.
4. Those turning 19 before April 1, 2010 should be filing a tax return
even if they had no income. This will allow them to collect the
GST/HST credit for the quarter following their 19th birthday.
5. Even with people names, pets are NOT dependants.
A local H&R Block tax professional can talk about other commonly
overlooked tax credits and deductions.
About H&R Block Canada
H&R Block Canada prepares more than two million tax returns annually,
making it Canada's leading tax preparation firm. Headquartered in Calgary,
Alberta, the company serves Canadian taxpayers in more than 1,000 offices
across the country. H&R Block Canada Inc. is a subsidiary of H&R Block, Inc.,
a diversified company with subsidiaries providing a wide range of financial
products and services. Additional information about H&R Block Canada is
available at 1-800-HRBLOCK or visit www.hrblock.ca for more tax tips.
For further information:
For further information: Tina Quelch, Calador Communications, (416)