Individuals – Tax information newsletter, Issue: 2012

April 20, 2012

Video: NETFILE – It fits my life

Too busy for taxes? Find out how NETFILE fits your life.

Video: Direct Deposit

Learn about the benefits and convenience of direct deposit.

Ready to file online but lost your access code?

If you are ready to file your income tax and benefit return but have misplaced your NETFILE access code, you can visit the Canada Revenue Agency’s (CRA) Web site, enter your information, and receive your access code instantly!

Addressing myths about online filing

Many of the ideas floating around about filing online are actually not true.

There are so many great reasons to file your income tax and benefit return over the Internet–more than half of the returns that come in to the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) arrive electronically. Canadians know how easy, simple, and fast it is to file online, plus they get their refunds faster.

Volunteer firefighters tax credit

The volunteer firefighters tax credit (VFTC) is a non-refundable tax credit available to any volunteer firefighter who completed at least 200 hours of eligible volunteer firefighting services with one or more fire departments in the year.

The Canada Revenue Agency helps you to get information about taxes on your own time

Whether you are a newcomer to Canada, a student filing for the first time, or an experienced filer, the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) has a series of online tax information videos that can help you during tax-filing season and throughout the year.


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