The You First Blog

On March 31st, we posted a blog on the tax benefits of working from home. The information contained in March 31st blog still applies, but we want to make you aware of a potentially easier reporting method. The Federal Government proposed a “Simplified T2200” during their Fall Economic Statement. Under this proposal, the simplified T2200… Read More

This is yet another reminder that the interest-free payment deadline for your 2019 individual income tax returns and 2020 March/June/September instalments is Wednesday, September 30, 2020. Penalties and interest will not be charged if returns are filed and payments are made by this date. This includes the late-filing penalty. Source: Canada.ca

“Normally I miss deadlines like a Stormtrooper misses Jedi” – Patrick Rothfuss Tax Filing Deadline Next Week As a final reminder, the tax filing deadline is next Tuesday, April 30th. If you have self-employment income, the deadline is June 15th. Again, regardless of when your deadline is, if you owe money, then the payment deadline… Read More

“I love deadlines. I love the whooshing noise they make as they go by” – Douglas Adams 2018 Tax Deadline We generally quote a two-week turnaround for completion of tax files. Given the volume of tax files we’ve received to-date, we would like to remind you that it the April 30th deadline is only 18… Read More

“The art and science of asking questions is the source of all knowledge” – Thomas Berger Guide to Recessions Capital Group has released an informative, user-friendly piece on the topic of recessions. The article answers the following questions: What is a recession? How long do recessions last? What happens to stock markets during recessions? What… Read More