Here are some more highlights of the Alberta Budget 2017: -      To help Albertans reduce their carbon footprint and energy costs, the Energy Efficiency Alberta programs was launched, with an estimated $566 million in funding over 3 years to deliver a variety of programs and services for energy efficiency and small scale renewables. -      Budget 2017 has committed $14.5 million to hire 35 crown prosecutors and an additional 30 court support staff to help address court pressures. -      Budget 2017 has committed $826 million for employment and income support. -      The Alberta Child Benefit will provide $174 million in 2017-18 with...
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The Government of Alberta recently released its 2017 budget which focuses supporting changes to make life more affordable for Albertans, creating jobs and building a diversified economy and protecting and improving the services and supports that make a difference in the lives of Albertans. Here is an overview of the highlights and changes to revenue and expenditures in this year’s provincial budget. -      Provincial revenue is projected to be $45 billion for 2017-18.  Revenue comes from sources such as taxes, non-renewable resource revenue, federal transfers and investment income. -      Deficit is expected to be at $10.3 billion. -      Provincial debt climbs...
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Here are more tips you should know to protect yourself from tax scams. If you receive a call saying you owe money to the CRA, you can call the CRA (using the phone numbers listed on their official website) or check your My Account to verify.  If you have signed up for online mail (available through My Account, My Business Account and Represent A Client), the CRA will do the following: -      send a registration confirmation to the address you provided for online mail service for an individual or a business; and -      send an email to the address you provided...
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During the tax season, there are many tax scams popping up everywhere.  And if you fall for these tax scams, it can cost you a very pretty penny! So know how to protect yourself! First and foremost, if you receive an email, phone call, letter or text message claiming to be from the CRA asking for personal information such as SIN, credit card number, bank account number or passport number, THIS IS A SCAM! You must always remember that the CRA will NEVER do any of the following: -      Send an unsolicited email with a link and ask you to divulge...
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