YEAR-END TAX PLANNING December 31, 2020 is fast approaching… see below for a list of tax planning considerations. Please contact us for further details or to discuss whether these may apply to your tax situation. SOME 2020 YEAR-END TAX PLANNING TIPS INCLUDE: Certain expenditures made by individuals by December 31, 2020 will be eligible for 2020 tax deductions or credits including: digital news subscriptions, registered journalism organization contributions, moving expenses, child care expenses, charitable donations, political contributions, medical expenses, alimony, eligible employment expenses, union, professional or like dues, carrying charges and interest expense. Ensure you keep all receipts that may relate to these……
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Article Written By: Rachael D'Amore
Original Article Posted on: August 17, 2020
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Article Written By: John Paul Tasker
Original Article Posted on: Sep 27, 2020
Link to Original Article: BC/news/politics/free-automatic-tax-returns-benefits-1.5739678
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