FAQs

  • WHAT DOCUMENTS DO I NEED TO BRING WITH ME WHEN I FILE MY TAXES ?
  • WHEN IS THE DEADLINE FOR FILING MY TAXES ?
  • CAN I FILE MY TAXES AFTER THE DEADLINE ?
  • WHAT IS THE PENALTY FOR FILING MY TAX RETURN LATE ?
  • IF I DID NOT FILE MY TAKES LAST YEAR OR ANY YEAR, CAN WE STILL FILE THE MISSING YEARS ?
  • DO YOU TAKE A PERCENTAGE FROM MY RETURN ?
  • WHEN IS THE LAST DAY FOR RRSP CONTRIBUTION ?
  • HOW LONG SHOULD I KEEP MY INCOME TAX RECORDS ?
  • I LOST MY T4, HOW DO I OBTAIN PRIOR YEARS' T4 SLIPS ?

LIST OF DOCUMENTS YOU MAY NEED:

  • T4 ‒ Employment Income
  • T4A(OAS) ‒ Old Age Security
  • T4A(CCP) ‒ Canada Pension Plan Benefits
  • T3 ‒ Trust Income Allocations and Designations
  • T5 ‒ Investment Income
  • T4E ‒ Employment Insurance Benefits
  • T4A ‒ Pension, Retirement, Annuity & Other Income
  • T4RSP ‒ Registered Retirement Savings Plan Income
  • T4RIF ‒ Income from a Registered Retirement Income Fund
  • Social assistance payments
  • Workers’ compensation benefits
  • Sale of stocks, bonds or real estate
  • Support for a child, spouse, or common-law partner
  • RRSP contributions
  • Professional fees or union dues
  • Tool expenses
  • T2202A ‒ Tuition/Education amounts
  • Interest paid on student loans
  • Transit passes
  • Charitable donations
  • Political contributions
  • Child care expenses
  • Adoption expenses
  • Children’s fitness programs
  • Moving expenses
  • Automobile expenses for business/self-employed
  • Travel expenses for business/self-employed
  • Office-in-home expenses
  • Rental income & expense records
  • Business, farm, or fishing income & expense records
  • Disability Tax Credit Certificate
  • Rent receipts or property taxes paid
  • Medical expense receipts (including health insurance premiums paid)

TAX DOCUMENTS COMMON FOR SENIORS:

  • T4A(OAS) ‒ Statement of Old Age Security
  • T4A(CCP) ‒ Statement of Canada Pension Plan Benefits
  • T4A ‒ Statement of Pension, Retirement, Annuity & Other Income
  • T4RSP ‒ Statement of Registered Retirement Savings Plan Income
  • T4RIF ‒ Statement of Income from a Registered Retirement Income Fund
  • Other documents, depending on individual circumstances

TAX DOCUMENTS COMMON FOR STUDENTS:

  • T4 ‒ Statement of Employment Income
  • T4A ‒ Scholarship and Grant Income
  • T2202A ‒ Tuition/Education amounts
  • Interest paid on student loans
  • Transit passes
  • Receipts for rent paid
  • Other documents, depending on individual circumstances

April 30 is the deadline.

Sure you can, and also you need to be aware that there might be penalties or interests to be collected in case you owe the CRA. Also you may get benefits payouts delayed such as GST or child tax benefits. So it’s always better to file your taxes as early as possible and on or before the due date.

Late-Filling penalty can be found on the CRA website. we will quickly mention that “the penalty is a 5% of your 2014 balance owing, plus 1% of your balance owing for each full month your return is late, to a maximum of 12 months.” Please visit the CRA website for more information.

Yes! you have the ability to file passed years.

No your return is fully your’s, we have a fixed fee.

March 2, 2015 is the deadline for contributing to an RRSP for the 2014 tax year. Age limit for contributing to an RRSP. December 31 of the year you turn 71 years of age is the last day you can make a contribution to your RRSP

The recommended amount CRA provides is 6 years. Of course, it never hurts to keep all your records in order!.

Call CRA at 1-800-959-8281 for prior years’ T4 slips