Frequently Asked Questions

What's new 

on your taxes

Working from Home

If you worked from in 2020 home due to the COVID-19 pandemic - this is for you!

Option 1: Flat Rate Method

The Canada Revenue Agency is allowing $2 a day for each day you worked, up to a maximum of 200 days. Here's the criteria that you need to meet;

  1. You worked more than 50% of the time from home for a period of at least four consecutive weeks in 2020

  2. Your employer did not reimburse you for any expenses and did not complete and sign Form T2200S.

Option 2: Detailed Method

This allows you to claim a portion of your home, along with eligible expenses that you haven’t or won’t be reimbursed by your employer. You must also submit your T2200S form signed by your employer

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 Eligible expenses include;

  1. Supplies (pens, pencils, paper)

  2. Monthly internet fee

  3. Cell phone 

  4. Rent paid for your apartment or house

  5. Home maintenance

  6. Electricity/Heat/Water

Option 3: Regular

A completed form T2200 signed by your employer will allow you to claim incurred employment expenses. This can include food, parking, business travel expenses, and home and motor vehicle expenses.

 

What's new 

on your taxes

New Tax Credit

Digital News Subscription credit

 

If you paid for a digital news subscription from one of the qualified Canadian journalism organizations, you can now claim a 15% non-refundable tax credit (to a maximum of $500 per year)! Receipts can be found on your subscription account or will be emailed to you.

 

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Our Office

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, we have made some adjustments to ensure the safety of our clients and staff.

 

We have a no contact method through our secure portal (click HERE to learn more). We also have a drop box outside our office.