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TAX TO GO Links

There are many great sites on the World Wide Web, but trying to find those great sites can be a frustrating experience. We have compiled a list of Websites that we have found to be helpful sources of information. When you click on a link, a new window will pop up. Close the window when you are ready to return to this page.


In the Community

Tax To Go has demonstrated its continuing commitment to earning the goodwill of the communities we serve. Tax To Go is a proud sponsor of:

Amesbury 2009-2010 Minor Peewee Select Champions www.amesburysportsclub.ca


GOVERNMENT CONTACTS:

Canada Revenue Agency The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) is responsible for the administration of tax laws for the Government of Canada, and for most provinces and territories. www.cra-arc.gc.ca

Government of Canada - www.canada.gc.ca

Government of Ontario - www.gov.on.ca

Workplace Safety & Insurance Board The Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB) oversees Ontario's workplace safety education and training system, provides disability benefits, monitors the quality of health care, and assists in early and safe return to work. www.wsib.on.ca/wsib/wsibsite.nsf/public/homepage

Human Resources and Social Development Canada Formerly known as HRDC, this agency administers unemployment insurance, seniors state pensions (OAS and CPP), and RESP plans. www.hrsdc.gc.ca/eng/home.shtml

Seniors Canada On-Line Seniors Canada On-line is the Government's response to seniors' request for easy electronic access to seniors-related services. The site offers:
Access to a wide range of information for seniors from one site Various options for finding this information Offerings and services from multiple government departments
www.seniors.gc.ca/content.jsp?contentid=2&font=0&lang=en

Tax Tips

Tradesperson and apprentice vehicle mechanics are often required to buy tools for their jobs. If your employer requires the purchase tools, you may be able to claim part of the cost as a tax deduction.

If you have taxes due, make sure you file your tax return on time even if you canít pay the whole amount owing. Thereís a penalty of five per cent of the balance due if your return is late, plus 1 per cent per month for a maximum of 12 months. It doesnít sound like much but it can add up.

RSS News: Canada Revenue Agency

Interest rates for the fourth calendar quarter September 7, 2010
Minister Keith Ashfield announces the winners of the second CRA YouTube video contest August 6, 2010
Reminder: TFSA return deadline extended to August 3rd July 26, 2010