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Now Canadian Students Can fill their Taxes Online For Free

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Did you know you can file your taxes for free and the best part is that you can do it from the living room online Since it’s February now you can start preparing your taxes and receipts,

You can access your T4 Slips on the Canada revenue agency (CRA) website as of February 12, 2018, at 6:00 AM,

If you are university students or not here an online file authorized by CRA (Canada Revenue Agency) which cost you zero dollar, so you do not have to pay an accounting or tax agency you can do it yourself from the comfort of your home.Why on earth do want to pay someone between $30- $147 of your hard-earned cash

Disclaimer: we are not associated with the following companies  or neither be paid by them

SimpleTax

SimpleTax

SimpleTax

SimpleTax is a relatively new entrant into the tax application space. I like the clean design and the simple user interface. The company’s founders include a tax attorney, developer, and designer, so everything is accurate and easy to use. This is a program that allows you to pay what you want if anything. For most tax filers, SimpleTax is likely enough for what is needed to prepare your taxes effectively

Simple Tax

 

TurboTax 

TurboTax

TurboTax NEW: Free tax return software (web) from TurboTax. File your income taxes in Canada for free. No Limits. No Donation Required. $0 Fees.

Turbotax will maximize your return, and you will get your refund in as little as 8 Days.
You do not need computer to file your taxes with them you can do It from your smartphone IOS, Andriod, The Web

Turbotax.intuit.ca

There are others ones out there, but  they make you pay at the end or ask you to  upgrade to complete your turn, but Simple Tax is free, but if you want you can donate to them but it is not mandatory, and Turbo tax does not make you pay unless you want to upgrade to a premium

Melissa Dimon

Melissa Dimon is recent graduate from University of Texas- Austin and Former Content Marketer at Simple.com and Currently Serving as Editor In Chief For University Magazine and Edmonton Gazette

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