Posts Tagged ‘tax bracket’

If you’re a parent, and your family’s income is between $30,000 and $119,000 per year, you could be subject to the new “parent tax”. This might not sound like a positive thing, but there are actually some ways you can benefit from this development. The truth is, the total tax rates of parents can be…

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Getting a tax refund is one of the main motivators for contributing to RRSPs. However, there are two main benefits of RRSPs and the tax refund is not one of them. The benefits of RRSPs are: Tax-free growth (same as the TFSA). Tax gain or loss depending on your post-retirement tax bracket when you withdraw…

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