Keith’s Life Interrupted- Part 2

Thursday, May 19th, 2016

Continued from last week's blog:  A Day Like Any Other...Life Interrupted Welcome to the wonderful world of family caregiving! Keith now becomes part of the 35% of employed Canadians who provide unpaid care to a family member or friend. A 2015 Employer Panel Report, called “When Work and Caregiving Collide: How Employers ...

PERSONAL TAX SYSTEM FOR SENIORS: A PERSPECTIVE FROM THE CRA

Tuesday, May 17th, 2016

Last month, a fellow blogger Audrey Miller wrote on care expenses and services in general which may be eligible for a tax credit in one form or another. Co-incidentally the Canada Revenue Agency (“CRA”) was recently asked to comment on the tax system overall as it applies to seniors and gave ...