Articles By Jason Heath:

A ring-spine calendar for April, with a note book, and block lettering spelling out the words "tax time".

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How do quarterly income tax installments work?

Explore how tax installments work, how to best plan...

How do quarterly income tax installments work?
A man with a wedding band is meeting with a lawyer to go over will documents.

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Can you avoid probate taxes on TFSAs?

Find out how to shield TFSAs from probate taxes,...

Can you avoid probate taxes on TFSAs?
A man is closing up his restaurant, putting a chair on a table.

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How are you taxed when you sell a small business?

How do you report the income from the sale...

How are you taxed when you sell a small business?
A man on a hike is sitting on top of a hill, looking out to a lake and mountains in the distance.

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What to do when you overcontribute to your RRSP

What happens when you inadvertently contribute too much to...

What to do when you overcontribute to your RRSP
A senior-age man lies on a sofa and looks at his smartphone

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Converting a segregated fund to a RRIF

If you hold a segregated fund and want to...

Converting a segregated fund to a RRIF
A man sits in a dentist chair, happy with the results of his latest check up, as holds a mirror inspecting his teeth.

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When can you claim medical expenses on your tax return

After you pay for out-of-pocket medical expenses, what should...

When can you claim medical expenses on your tax return
two sisters raising a glass of red wine as they play Monopoly and eat pizza in their kitchen.

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Capital gains when selling property to family

If you sell a property to a relative for...

Capital gains when selling property to family
A man nearing the age of retirement is working as a barber, cutting the sideburns of another man in his barber chair.

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Should you start OAS if you are still working?

Not retired yet? Wondering about applying for Old Age...

Should you start OAS if you are still working?

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Understanding the 1994 capital gains tax election

There is a $100,000 capital gains exemption that applied...

Understanding the 1994 capital gains tax election