Personal Income Tax in Canada

Good Stuff to Know
Personal Income Tax in Canada
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1.73 GB
Total length :
0h 50m



Debi Peverill


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Personal Income Tax in Canada

What you’ll learn

save money when you file your personal tax return
ask the right questions of your financial advisor

Personal Income Tax in Canada


All materials are included and no prior knowledge is neccessary to complete the course
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If you would like to know more about the Canadian income tax system this is the course for you. You will learn about deducting expenses, claiming income and the receipts that you need. There are a few tips – to help you save when you file your personal return. This information is not intended to replace the professional advice that your accountant will provide – merely to give you the knowledge you need to ask the right questions.What is Covered in Each Lecture?Tax System – When are your personal tax returns due? What receipts should you have and how long should you keep them?Types of Taxable Income – Employment, pension, rental and investment income is discussed. Employment Income – Learn about tips, T4’s, and the type of expenses that can be claimed if you get a T2200 from your employer.Investment Income – This lecture covers interest, dividends and capital gains.Pension Income – This lecture is about OAS, CPP and considerations about when you should apply for them. Also a discussion of RRSP and RRIF’s.Rental Income – The forms you need to fill out if you are renting part of your house or another property. Discussion around the taxation of the sale of a cottage.Medical Expenses – Medical expenses are subject to a limitation based on your income. Discussion of strategy to maximize the medical expense credit.Other Credits – This lecture is about claiming dependants, a discussion about common law status, claiming tuition credits and the fitness and arts credit.Moving Expenses – When can you claim moving expenses? A discussion on receipts and carrying forward expenses.Tips – How to claim medical expenses and charitable donations in a family? Benefits of pension splitting and transferring tuition.


Section 1: Welcome to Personal Income Tax in Canada – Good Stuff to Know

Lecture 1 Introduction

Section 2: Course Lectures

Lecture 2 Tax System

Lecture 3 Types of Taxable Income

Lecture 4 Employment Income

Lecture 5 Investment Income

Lecture 6 Pension Income

Lecture 7 Rental Income

Lecture 8 Medical Expenses

Lecture 9 Other Credits

Lecture 10 Moving Expenses

Lecture 11 Tips for Filing

Section 3: Conclusion

Lecture 12 Course Summary

This course is for individuals who would like to know more about the Canadian income tax system

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Created by: Debi Peverill

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