New Tax Breaks for Canadian Families – What You Need to Know #FamilyTax #Giveaway Winner … Is It You?

“New Tax Breaks for Canadian Families – What You Need to Know #FamilyTax #Giveaway CAN 15/03 http://wp.me/p12Gyx-491via@MyBitsandBleeps

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Winner:  Stephanie LaPlante

CONGRATULATIONS!

Terms and Conditions:  Open to Canadian residents 18+ only (excludes Quebec). Winner will be notified within 48 hours of the giveaway via email, and will be required to provide their full name, address and telephone number, so that Sponsor can mail out the prize.  By entering this contest you are accepting that, if you win, your contact information will be shared with a PR agency for the purpose of mailing your prize.  Please allow upto 4-6 weeks from the contest closure date to receive your prize.  [Please read entireTerms and Conditions]  All winners must be from within Canada.  Please note giveaways are only open to Canadian residents and will not be sent out of the country.

This promotion is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with, Facebook.

NOTE: My Bits and Bleeps will not be held liable for any potential loss, damage or undelivered status of the prize.

Disclosure:  H&R Block (www.hrblock.ca) has financially compensated me for this post; however,  I am not obliged to give a positive review.  Any opinion(s) expressed is my own, and is given freely.  Any information acquired from H&R Block’s various social media formats has been authorized, and has been done so as to facilitate my post/review.

New Tax Breaks for Canadian Families – What You Need to Know #FamilyTax #Giveaway CAN 15/03

THIS GIVEAWAY HAS ENDED

Tax season isn’t usually a time of year that people look forward to, but this year may different. Thanks to new credits available to Canadian families in time for 2014 tax returns, you may see a few dollars going back into your wallet instead of coming out. And with everything we have going on with our children including swimming lessons, ballet class, soccer practice and more, every dollar helps. The following infographic, courtesy of the experts at H&R Block Canada, provides a brief overview of what the new credits are and how they may help this tax season. If you want to know more about these, and other credits, you are entitled to, set up some time to meet with a tax professional at your local H&R Block office to ensure you don’t miss a thing.

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PRIZE:  H&R Block Canada has provided one gift certificate for giveaway.  It is good for one regular return (T4) that can be used at any H&R Block retail office location.  The value for the gift certificate is approx. $100. 

Possible Entries:  a winner will be selected at random  [leave a comment below per completed action]

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Begins on: time post goes live  and  Ends on: March 15, 2015 at 8 pmEST

Terms and Conditions:  Open to Canadian residents 18+ only (excludes Quebec). Winner will be notified within 48 hours of the giveaway via email, and will be required to provide their full name, address and telephone number, so that Sponsor can mail out the prize.  By entering this contest you are accepting that, if you win, your contact information will be shared with a PR agency for the purpose of mailing your prize.  Please allow upto 4-6 weeks from the contest closure date to receive your prize.  [Please read entireTerms and Conditions]  All winners must be from within Canada.  Please note giveaways are only open to Canadian residents and will not be sent out of the country.

This promotion is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with, Facebook.

NOTE: My Bits and Bleeps will not be held liable for any potential loss, damage or undelivered status of the prize.

Disclosure:  H&R Block (www.hrblock.ca) has financially compensated me for this post; however,  I am not obliged to give a positive review.  Any opinion(s) expressed is my own, and is given freely.  Any information acquired from H&R Block’s various social media formats has been authorized, and has been done so as to facilitate my post/review.

Tax Crunch Isn’t a Concern With the @HRBlockCanada Tax Software

It’s tax season; it’s actually ‘tax crunch’!! Have you done your taxes yet?  I not only do my taxes but my mom’s taxes as well … trust me when I say that I really wasn’t looking forward to preparing my taxes.

H&R Block has been serving Canadians for the past 50 years and has become Canada’s leading tax preparation firm.  If you’d like, you can visit one of the H&R Block’s various locations across Canada.  Personally, I like the idea of preparing my taxes online.

H&R Block’s Online tax program is free to start and just $9.95 to file, no matter how complex your tax situation is. They offer one version of their tax program, including all personal tax forms and most small business forms.  Best of all, H&R Block provide support from start to finish. H&R Block Tax Professionals are always just an email, online chat or phone call away – it’s free, and available now.

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The online tax program starts off with some basic questions (pretty simple), and then you are guided through the ‘interview’ process.  The questions are easy to get through; you’re basically guided through as you fill in all of your information.  No check lists are needed, the ‘interview’ process is your check list!  The software searches for all of the tax deductions and credits you might qualify for … and then it double-checks for any errors!  The software even reminds you of anything you might have forgotten to enter.  How much more simple can it get?!

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If you have a lot of information to enter, you don’t even have to enter it all in one sitting!  You can save your work and then finish it later.  AND … as you complete your tax return, updates on how much you will receive or owe right after you enter new income or deductions are provided.

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Once you’ve completed all the steps, and you have checked/double-checked that all ‘queries’ have been verified, you can then file your taxes directly with the CRA (NETFILE).  Done!  You then either pay (if you owe), or wait for your refund (if money is owed to you).  There’s even a mini-survey for some of your input if you’d like to answer it.  You get a NETFILE confirmation number and you can save a PDF of your tax return too.

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Filing taxes couldn’t be easier!  Are you ready to file yours?  START YOUR RETURN.

What will you be doing with your refund?

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