• Where to have my pay deposited for online work?

    Best answer: Best bet would probably be HSBC Canada
    http://www.hsbc.ca/1/2/personal/banking/accounts/chequing-accounts

    Though don't seem to have anything visible on their Canadian site similar to this Expat account that HSBC UK advertise to customers going abroad...
    https://www.expat.hsbc.com/1/2/
    Best answer: Best bet would probably be HSBC Canada
    http://www.hsbc.ca/1/2/personal/banking/accounts/chequing-accounts

    Though don't seem to have anything visible on their Canadian site similar to this Expat account that HSBC UK advertise to customers going abroad...
    https://www.expat.hsbc.com/1/2/
    4 answers · 3 months ago
  • When will I get paid ?

    I started a new job and the pay period is from June 10-June 23 and I worked June 16 and will be working 20, 21 and the 22. I get paid bi-weekly so when would I recieve my first paycheck ?
    I started a new job and the pay period is from June 10-June 23 and I worked June 16 and will be working 20, 21 and the 22. I get paid bi-weekly so when would I recieve my first paycheck ?
    9 answers · 3 months ago
  • I was just employed In Canada but I live in the United States how will I pay taxes?

    The job is online and it is a virtual assistant position, My yearly expected income is $36,000 how will I pay taxes if I live in the United States but work in Canada
    The job is online and it is a virtual assistant position, My yearly expected income is $36,000 how will I pay taxes if I live in the United States but work in Canada
    6 answers · 4 months ago
  • According to my 2017 canadian tax return i owe 500 dollars?

    how is this possible? I only made 33000 last year. i though only high income earners owe tax.
    how is this possible? I only made 33000 last year. i though only high income earners owe tax.
    8 answers · 5 months ago
  • As a Canadian, do you feel that royalty who resides in Britain is uniquely able to have a superior role over elected Canadian residents?

    If so, what are your reasons for feeling this way? How is it related to past British colonialism?
    If so, what are your reasons for feeling this way? How is it related to past British colonialism?
    4 answers · 6 months ago
  • Filing common-law/single during tax season. which is more beneficial?

    So it s tax season. And i m about to do mine. My boyfriend and I (to my knowledge) are technically common-law with a child. I claimed single last year, and this year should (again, to my knowledge) claim common-law. So I guess to elaborate on my question, I just want to know which is more beneficial for me? Yes I... show more
    So it s tax season. And i m about to do mine. My boyfriend and I (to my knowledge) are technically common-law with a child. I claimed single last year, and this year should (again, to my knowledge) claim common-law. So I guess to elaborate on my question, I just want to know which is more beneficial for me? Yes I live with my boyfriend and yes we have a child together. But when it comes to finances toward the house and the child I am the sole provider. So in reality, i m single with the father living under the same roof. I don t want to lie to the CRA, but I don t believe that my tax return should lower because they see it as a dual income household when it really is just one.
    7 answers · 7 months ago
  • What does my teacher mean by taxable income?

    Best answer: Taxable income is a concept defined by the CRA (Canada Revenue Agency). It is the amount of money that you have to pay tax on. There is a very large book of rules to determine what is and what isn't taxable. It's way too complicated in my opinion (and therefore unfair) but I don't get to make the... show more
    Best answer: Taxable income is a concept defined by the CRA (Canada Revenue Agency). It is the amount of money that you have to pay tax on. There is a very large book of rules to determine what is and what isn't taxable. It's way too complicated in my opinion (and therefore unfair) but I don't get to make the rules. Yes, you use the same taxable income number to calculate both your provincial tax and your federal tax.
    5 answers · 7 months ago
  • Why do you think tech companies are moving north to Canada and investing billions of dollars?

    Best answer: I live in the Toronto suburbs. Toronto and Montreal both have highly educated populations and Toronto is the largest city in Canada (and would easily be a top-10 city if you counted North America as a whole). As for Amazon, I wouldn't touch it with a 40 foot pole. The city's proposal is nothing but... show more
    Best answer: I live in the Toronto suburbs. Toronto and Montreal both have highly educated populations and Toronto is the largest city in Canada (and would easily be a top-10 city if you counted North America as a whole). As for Amazon, I wouldn't touch it with a 40 foot pole. The city's proposal is nothing but corporate welfare and giveaways. Transportation and traffic, combined with housing costs, are the biggest issues the city and the area are facing. Mayor Tory's proposal doesn't really do much of anything to address this. He's better than his predecessor (Rob Ford) because he's not a crack addict running around like an imbecile but isn't really tackling the heavy lifting (he's good at doing photo ops). Trudeau seems a nice person and he is more charming than his predecessor (again, low bar to clear). UBER is a financial disaster built on a business model so bad that I have to wonder why any sane person would want to do business with them (they're bleeding money, their entire business model is a failure pile- they don't charge enough for their rides, the drivers are unregulated, the company lost more money than their entire revenue (this is nearly impossible to do), and the more people learn about the inner workings the worse they look). Toronto isn't as crazy compared to Silicon Valley or Vancouver real estate prices.

    Again- Trudeau's shortcomings are within what I call the acceptable "standard deviation" for politicians (he's a bit on the dishonest side and follow-through on promises aren't exactly his strong suit, but I think that fundamentally he wants what's best for the country). He's not his father, but he's charming and easy on the eyes if that's your thing.
    For Americans, they elected an imbecile who doesn't seem to be able to read or concentrate for more than a few minutes, is completely untrustworthy (going off of 40 years of business deals), a financial disaster, a compulsive liar, corrupt on levels you can't comprehend (there's a reason he hasn't released his tax returns because he doesn't want people to know how in debt he really is and who owns that debt), and quite probably compromised by the Russians (his sons are actually worse having met them- easily two of the worst excuse for human beings on the planet).
    4 answers · 8 months ago
  • Can someone tell me where I would input my rent in the following screenshot of some tax software I'm utilizing?

    Can someone tell me where I would input my rent in the following screenshot of some tax software I'm utilizing?

    Best answer: That's what the "other" box is for. You enter "rent" in the box and then the appropriate amount in the correct column. This only applies if you're self employed or work at home for the convenience of your employer.
    Best answer: That's what the "other" box is for. You enter "rent" in the box and then the appropriate amount in the correct column. This only applies if you're self employed or work at home for the convenience of your employer.
    4 answers · 8 months ago
  • Would a daycare provider be able to reprint a tax receipt issued last year?

    So I got audited and asked to submit daycare receipts from last years return 2016. I ve searched my house and cannot find the receipt anywhere! Is the daycare is able to print this off or request it from the main office?
    So I got audited and asked to submit daycare receipts from last years return 2016. I ve searched my house and cannot find the receipt anywhere! Is the daycare is able to print this off or request it from the main office?
    4 answers · 8 months ago
  • Where can I check up on a tax deductable charity?

    Best answer: guidestar.com, or IRS website
    Best answer: guidestar.com, or IRS website
    5 answers · 10 months ago
  • Is it bad to do taxes in advance/ ...like a whole decade in advance? Im preparing my tax returns for 2028 right now :S?

    Best answer: Waste of time but it might help with your OCD issues.
    Best answer: Waste of time but it might help with your OCD issues.
    8 answers · 10 months ago
  • Is there any way to find out how much money I have earned in my entire life since starting work?

    In Ontario Canada, is there any way to figure out how much money I have earned to date. I've been working for 18 years....
    In Ontario Canada, is there any way to figure out how much money I have earned to date. I've been working for 18 years....
    6 answers · 10 months ago
  • Please help! I recently got a letter from the government asking me to prove my stated income?

    The one I put on my return. that I put on my return. Usually, these reviews are random and nothing to worry about. Now I am a ful-time student, but I worked for a private daycare where the employer gave me company checques to deposit every two weeks, not a T4 slip. (I asked, she said she would mail it, never did)... show more
    The one I put on my return. that I put on my return. Usually, these reviews are random and nothing to worry about. Now I am a ful-time student, but I worked for a private daycare where the employer gave me company checques to deposit every two weeks, not a T4 slip. (I asked, she said she would mail it, never did) So to report accurately, I calculated my total amount made using my bank statements, where it noted the company name and amount deposited. I have asked my boss for the t4 slips, but she s just silent Is my best bet to send the bank statements with deposits highlighted, and a letter explaining that my employer is not cooperating with giving me my slips?
    4 answers · 10 months ago