Angela Delaney

First Home Savings Account (FHSA): What You Need to Know0

Posted On August 17, 2023, by Angela-delaney

Welcome back to the education series, ‘Special Tax Topics.’ The journey towards homeownership is laden with challenges, especially for first-time buyers. The Canadian government’s introduction of the First Home Savings Account (FHSA) seeks to ease this path. Today, we’ll uncover the intricacies of the FHSA, highlighting its benefits and some of its major rules. […]

GST/HST New Housing Rebate: What We Know and Don’t Know0

Posted On August 10, 2023, by Angela-delaney

Welcome to another article in our education series, ‘Special Tax Topics.’ Today, we will delve into a topic that has raised many eyebrows, yet it remains shrouded in an aura of complexity – the GST/HST New Housing Rebate. The Basics To start, let’s talk about what we know. The Goods and Services Tax (GST) […]

GST/HST Implications on Short-Term Rental Properties0

Posted On August 3, 2023, by Angela-delaney

Hello again to our valued readers. We are back with another installment in our education series, ‘Special Tax Topics.’ This time, we’ll explore a subject that’s becoming increasingly important in today’s changing real estate landscape: the GST/HST implications on short-term rental properties. What We Know: Short-Term Rentals and GST/HST Firstly, let’s clarify what we […]

Over-contributing to Your RRSP: The Implications and Solutions0

Posted On July 27, 2023, by Angela-delaney

Welcome back to our education series, ‘Special Tax Topics.’ Today’s installment navigates through an often nerve-wracking scenario for Canadian taxpayers – over-contributing to a Registered Retirement Savings Plan (RRSP). Understanding RRSP Over-contributions To set the stage, we must first grasp what an RRSP over-contribution entails. Every year, you’re entitled to contribute a specific percentage […]

Decoding Your Notice of Assessment: Avoiding RRSP Over-Contributions0

Posted On July 20, 2023, by Angela-delaney

Welcome to our new education series, ‘Special Tax Topics.’ Our topic today is aimed at helping you navigate the often complex world of tax documents. We’ll show you how to read your Notice of Assessment (NOA) to avoid over-contributing to your Registered Retirement Savings Plan (RRSP). Let’s delve into it. Understanding Your Notice of […]

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