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 corporations must complete this main statement every year to report their income even if they eventually do not pay any tax.
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.
Certain categories of Canadian corporations can complete this formal document to report their income during the year.
Canadian corporations may use this form to notify the authorities about a change in their registered address.
Ontario Landlords (or Ontario property managers that represent landlords) may use this form to notify their tenants that they are supposed to either pay their rent or move out by a specific termination date.
An Ontario tenant will need to complete this form to formally let their landlord know they will be moving out of the property they are residing in.
Ontario-based businesses and not-for-profit corporations may use this form to notify the authorities about the main details that identify their organization and about all the modifications in their corporate information that is considered public.
Form N5 "Notice to End Your Tenancy for Interfering With Others, Damage or Overcrowding" - Ontario, Canada
Ontario landlords must send this form to their tenant(s) before the landlord will be granted the ability to evict the tenant(s).
Ontario residents may complete this formal document to describe the details of an injury or illness that has occurred while they were working.
Health practitioners in Ontario may use this form to record a person's injuries that occurred at work.
Ontario employers may use this form when they need to inform the authorities about the occupational illness or injury of one of their employees.
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
Form N12 "Notice to End Your Tenancy Because the Landlord, a Purchaser or a Family Member Requires the Rental Unit" - Ontario, Canada
Landlords in Ontario may use this form when they want to end a tenancy due to particular circumstances.
The purpose of this document is to state the termination date for a landlord and tenant in Ontario and make the whole process of moving out easier.
Ontario residents may fill out this formal document when they are making a claim or responding to a claim for spousal and/or child support.
Ontario residents may use this formal document when applying for a divorce together with their partners.
Canadian citizens over the age of 16 may prepare this form to request the issuance of a Canadian passport.
A Canadian child's parent or parents (alternatively, a custodial parent or legal guardians) may use this form to apply for a passport on behalf of the child if they are under the age of sixteen years old.
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.
Canadian residents must prepare this form once they know their home address, mailing address, or telephone number has changed or will change in the immediate future.
All visitors or residents returning from out of the country must fill in this form to track all incoming goods, items, food, and other items prior to being allowed to enter Canada.
This form helps take an extensive account of each different item being imported into Canada in order to ensure anything being imported has met strict inspection measures.
Businesses or entities based in British Columbia, Canada may use this form for an applicant or current worker to have them undergo a background assessment.
This is a formal document used by Ontario residents to make an official statement regarding an ongoing family case or to react to an existing order or decision.
Form RCMP GRC5592 "Application for a Possession and Acquisition Licence Under the Firearms Act (For Individuals Aged 18 and Over)" - Canada
Canadian residents must submit this form to receive a licence to possess a firearm, replace an existing license that has expired, or request a Possession and Acquisition Licence (PAL) for another gun.
Individuals residing in Canada can use this form to apply to become members of the Canada Pension Plan (CPP).
Individuals may complete this form when they are seeking to obtain a social insurance number (SIN) in Canada.
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 form that individuals can use when they want to receive or renew a Canadian Permanent Resident Card.
The purpose of the document is to let individuals apply for a Temporary Resident Visa (TRV) in Canada.