dutd33

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  1. dutd33

    Motor Vehicle Expenses

    I found the answer. For anyone that is wondering, simply keep track of the amount if kilometers you drove for work/business reasons and then enter the total amount you drove for the year (assuming you kept a log for the year) and the program automatically calculates for you. Quite an amazing program!
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    Line 146 kills tax return

    Does she have any other sources of income like RRIFs or pensions through work etc.? I'm asking because she might be over the limit? https://www.canada.ca/en/revenue-agency/services/tax/individuals/topics/about-your-tax-return/tax-return/completing-a-tax-return/personal-income/line-146-net-federal-supplements.html
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    Car disposition

    I believe you report it under "Motor Vehicle Expenses" and then under "CCA".
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    Your RRSP/PRPP deduction limit statement

    Hello, In your 2016 Notice of Assessment, does it indicate that you have unused contributions for 2016? On mine it didn't indicate anything so I didn't answer at all and UFile didn't seem to complain.
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    Let MaxBack Decide

    OK nevermind I was looking at the wrong section for total refund. My mistake. Have not had coffee yet.
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    Let MaxBack Decide

    In the section where I claim bus amounts, if I choose "Claim Own Amount" instead of "Let Maxback decide" I get a larger return overall between my wife and I. Is this an error? Should I not trust the option "Let MaxBack decide"?
  7. Did she have any associated expenses? She could claim it for a loss to carry over to next year, like CCA for the car etc.
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    Is Life insurance deductible?

    Nope. https://turbotax.intuit.ca/tips/deductible-life-insurance-premiums-285
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    Medical expenses for older child

    Yes, you can claim for children born in 1998 or later https://www.canada.ca/en/revenue-agency/news/newsroom/tax-tips/tax-tips-2016/you-have-medical-expenses-you-may-able-claim-them-on-your-income-tax-benefit-return.html
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    T1 Adjustment

    Yes you can. Tick off the box during the interview set up. Alternatively you can log into your MyCRA account and do the change there.
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    Motor Vehicle Expenses

    I've seen this question asked before but I don't seem to be able to find a solid answer. I work at a community centre part-time and I receive a T4A each year. UFile wants me to enter this as a T2125 (Business/Professional Income). Since I drive to the rink I claim mileage. If in regard to fuel costs and insurance premiums etc., do I enter the full amount or just the percentage that I use for this work? For example, only 15% of my total driven kilometers is for this job, so do I enter 15% of my total fuel costs or will the program do that for me automatically? Thank you in advance.