With the upcoming personal tax filing season just around the corner, it is essential that you avoid these five pitfalls while doing your personal taxes.

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Being an employee has certain tax benefits. In fact, you can claim certain costs of going to work against your taxes. This will reduce your tax bill.

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If you leave your job and you receive a severance payment, it is important to do tax planning, otherwise, you risk losing a big chunk of your severance package to the tax man.

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It’s that time of year again for filing your Canadian Personal Tax Return. As you know, the due date for filing your 2014 tax return is April 30, 2015.

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What are the tax implications for sending US Citizens to Work in Canada? This is a loaded question and the cross border tax implications are complex. In this blog, I will highlight the most important ones.

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Canadians are continuing to invest in the red hot real estate market. But what they don’t realize is the amount of taxes to be paid when the US situated property is eventually sold. In this blog, I will cover the basic taxes for Canadians selling property in the US.

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