The purpose of this document is to provide a taxpayer's employer with all of the necessary information so that they will be able to determine the number of tax deductions for the Canadian taxpayer.
Canadian taxpayers may use this form when they would like to report the investment income they have received during the year.
Employers of Canada must provide this form to all of their employees that receive salaries, wages, bonuses, and other employment payments.
Individuals may use this form when they wish to provide information about certain investment income payments they have made to a Canadian resident, or if they are a Canadian resident who has received certain investment income payments.
Canadian taxpayers may use this form if they have received certain types of employment insurance benefits or for repaying an overpayment from a previous year.
Canadian individuals may use this form when they are filing their taxes to report additional income that does not come from wages earned from completing work.
Form RC66 "Canada Child Benefits Application Includes Federal, Provincial, and Territorial Programs" - Canada
This form is used by Canadian single parents or the guardians of a child or a couple that is separated or divorced to take advantage of the benefits and credits Canada makes available as part of their benefits programs for children.
This is a formal document that was designed to let companies authorize their representatives to access Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) program accounts and trust accounts offline - via telephone or mail
Canadian parents or guardians may use this form to claim expenses incurred from child care on their taxes.
Canadian employees may use this form when they often need to supply themselves with materials necessary to complete their work, but are not reimbursed through their place of work for these expenses.
This form is completed within the first twelve months a person qualifies as a resident of Canada, allowing you to formally take part in the GST/HST reimbursement system.
Individuals and companies residing in Canada can fill out this document if they have paid a lump-sum payment in the last twenty-five years to ask the tax authorities to compute taxes differently for the beneficiary and spare them from the necessity to pay all taxes at once.
Employees who are defined as Indians under the Canadian Indian Act are supposed to use this form when they want to figure out whether their income from employment is exempt from income tax.
This form acts as the supporting documentation a Canadian person will need to submit when they are unable to pay their annual taxes due to extenuating circumstances.
This is a legal document that needs to be completed to register an election for child support payments in Canada.
Form T2220 "Transfer From an Rrsp, Rrif, Prpp or Spp to Another Rrsp, Rrif, Prpp or Spp on Breakdown of Marriage or Common-Law Partnership" - Canada
This form is completed to directly transfer property upon the breakdown of a marriage or common-law partnership.
Canadian residents may fill out this form to notify their registered education savings plan (RESP) provider about their decision to withhold tax payments on accumulated income payments (AIPs) they are eligible to receive from the RESP.
This a legal document that was specifically developed for Canadian taxpayers who receive self-employment business or professional income that they may use when they want to report their income.
The purpose of the document is to provide an employee with information about employment expenses that can be deducted from their income in Canada.
The purpose of this document is to provide the Canada Revenue Agency with information that will be enough for them to make a decision on whether an individual is eligible to receive a Disability Tax Credit.
Canadian residents may use this official statement to report their income tax and list all sources of their personal income.
Canadian small business owners will need to complete this form as part of filing their taxes.