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Taxes are dreaded by most Canadians, but not by all

 
 
Jamie Golombek| 13/03/02
 
 
With RRSP season now behind us, this weekend marks the unofficial start oftax season, which can be a source of pain and frustration for many Canadiansbut, apparently, not for everyone.
 
Believe it or not, some Canadians enjoy filing their tax returns accordingto a new national survey commissioned by Thomson Reuters, the makers of the taxsoftware program UFile. The survey found that 41% of Canadians enjoy filingtheir tax returns, but the majority still do not.

Is it Income Tax Season or a Taxing Season?

Annually, many of us have to sit down and ponder over our prior year’s income tax filing. It could have very frustrating, upsetting, sleepless moments, but it doesn’t need to be. Tax rules are both simple and complex depending on one’s situation.
Yearly, the Canada Customs and Revenue Agency (CCRA), commonly called Revenue Canada, is adding more and more rules to the already huge volume of tax regulations. With proper planning, understanding and paperwork, your tax filing could be an easier task than you think it’s supposed to be.