We are posting this information to assist you in getting your “tax stuff” together for us, so we can do our work to meet the April 30, 2022 filing deadline.
Please download our 2021 T1 Checklist, as it should assist you.
1) Please deliver your tax information to us by Friday, April 8, 2022 to ensure we meet the filing deadline. Failure to deliver the information to us may result in additional charges. Information is encouraged to be uploaded securely on our firm website.
2) Please tell us if you sold a property in 2021 which was your primary residence. Rules require taxpayers to disclose this information to CRA (selling price and year of acquisition).
3) For efficiency purposes, your 2021 tax return package will be mailed out in May if not picked up.
4) Please provide us with your investment advisor’s name and phone number as it is more efficient if we call them directly with questions.
5) We need a copy of your 2020 Notice of Assessment. This is required for any pertinent carry forward information (i.e. Capital Gains/Losses/RRSP Limits etc.)
6) Please tell us if you or any of your family members for which we are completing a tax return owned FOREIGN PROPERTY at any time during 2021 with a total COST of more than $100,000 CDN. We can explain this further if you have questions surrounding this topic.
7) If you or a member of your family was a first time home buyer in 2021, please provide us with the details as this may qualify for a tax credit.
8) For prescriptions, please contact your pharmacy for an annual print-out which is more efficient than having all the various slips and adding them up. This will also improve accuracy as nothing will be missed.
9) Re COVID-19 Working from home. If you worked more than 50% from home for a period of at least 4 consecutive weeks, you may be eligible for a new tax deduction. Please provide the total number of days you worked from home.
As you know our workload increases during March and April, so we appreciate getting the information as early as possible.