The 2023 Tax Documents Overview and Schedule provides a summary of mailing dates and online availability (Gateway) of clients’ tax slips.
2023 Tax Documents Overview and Schedule
In the 2022 Federal budget, the Canadian government proposed the introduction of the tax-free First Home Savings Account (“FHSA”). This new registered plan enables prospective first-time home buyers to contribute up to $40,000 toward saving for their first home on a tax-free basis. Similar to a Registered Retirement Savings Plan (“RRSP”), contributions to an FHSA are tax-deductible, and withdrawals to purchase a first home – including from investment income – are non-taxable, like a Tax-Free Savings Account (“TFSA”).
First Home Savings Account
The pension income-splitting rules provide an effective, yet simple, strategy to lower family taxes. Being able to split pension income provides an opportunity for couples to reduce their overall family tax bill by taking advantage of a spouse’s or common law partner’s lower marginal tax rate where retirement incomes are disproportionate.
Pension Income-splitting Provides Tax Planning Opportunities for Couples
Trusts for Protecting Assets and Tax Savings
Trusts for Protecting Assets and Tax Savings
Changes to the Ontario Estate Administration Tax Act
Changes to the Ontario Estate Administration Tax Act
While there are no death or estate taxes in Canada, provincial probate fees (also referred to as probate taxes) may be imposed on the value of parts of a deceased’s estate assets. This article explains the process, advantages, and costs of probate, and provides strategies to minimize probate taxes with probate-planning strategies.
Probate Fees and Taxes

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