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FYI: Tangerine T5 Slips Are Now Available for 2017 Tax Year!

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FYI: Tangerine T5 Slips Are Now Available for 2017 Tax Year!


FYI: Tangerine T5 Slips Are Now Available for 2017 Tax Year!


When you log in:
  • Click on your name (upper right corner)
  • Select Documents
  • Tax Receipts section
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Sep 18, 2017
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Thanks just printed mine off. $3,793.84 + $955.29 + $2027.36 = $6,776.49 of interest in 2017 (3 savings accounts). Now time to give 50% to Justin and Bill. Disappointed But Relieved Face
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Amazing that they can give you T5s in 5 working days, but it takes them 2 months after end-of-quarter to produce an investment income statement.
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FUMONEY wrote:
Jan 10th, 2018 9:20 am
Thanks just printed mine off. $3,793.84 + $955.29 + $2027.36 = $6,776.49 of interest in 2017 (3 savings accounts). Now time to give 50% to Justin and Bill. Disappointed But Relieved Face
*reverse calculates to find out how much money you have* :)

Time to switch to TFSAs and RRSPs!
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wadesj wrote:
Jan 10th, 2018 1:40 pm
*reverse calculates to find out how much money you have* :)

Time to switch to TFSAs and RRSPs!
Using average of 3% interest that's over 225k over the 3 accounts lol.
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wayneg9999 wrote:
Jan 10th, 2018 2:12 pm
Using average of 3% interest that's over 225k over the 3 accounts lol.
Thats about right. LOL Face With Tears Of Joy
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wadesj wrote:
Jan 10th, 2018 1:40 pm
*reverse calculates to find out how much money you have* :)

Time to switch to TFSAs and RRSPs!
Pretty good math skills but 3% is a pipe dream with Tangerine until we see a couple more rate increases from the BOC. We keep six figures as our emergency fund or "opportunity fund" and I also keep a big chunk of change in my business savings account which earns peanuts (current have $500k in there earning 1.25%) and that is my business emergency fund.

TFSA's and RESP were maxed January 1st and I have maxed my RRSP every year for 25 years.
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Exp315 wrote:
Jan 10th, 2018 12:22 pm
Amazing that they can give you T5s in 5 working days, but it takes them 2 months after end-of-quarter to produce an investment income statement.
I'm not sure but I think T5 *generally* often just consist of interest earned (simple calculation thus slip comes fairly fast); T3 *generally* involve investment income from things like mutual funds. It takes longer to send those out because those companies need a longer time finishing off their y/e financials (rather than just simply "adding up interest you might have earned from a savings account from month to month").

But I am no accountant/expert on this subject (this is just my best guess).
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ForlornHope wrote:
Jan 11th, 2018 1:00 pm
I'm not sure but I think T5 *generally* often just consist of interest earned (simple calculation thus slip comes fairly fast); T3 *generally* involve investment income from things like mutual funds. It takes longer to send those out because those companies need a longer time finishing off their y/e financials (rather than just simply "adding up interest you might have earned from a savings account from month to month").
I was talking about the quarterly statement, not the T3, and every other company manages to get their quarterly statements out within a few weeks of quarter end. Tangerine themselves have a commitment to get it out within 30 days posted on their web site, which they routinely fail to meet. Can you imagine the penalties they would hit you with if you failed to meet a 30-day commitment deadline? Oh wait, you don't have to imagine.
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Exp315 wrote:
Jan 11th, 2018 5:06 pm
I was talking about the quarterly statement, not the T3, and every other company manages to get their quarterly statements out within a few weeks of quarter end. Tangerine themselves have a commitment to get it out within 30 days posted on their web site, which they routinely fail to meet. Can you imagine the penalties they would hit you with if you failed to meet a 30-day commitment deadline? Oh wait, you don't have to imagine.
ahhh....sorry. My apologies. (my bad for skipping my morning coffee - I failed to read your post properly).
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I have four T5 to download but could only managed to download two. The other two give me "{"http_code":500,"response_status":{"status_code":"INVALID_HTTP_CODE"},"status_text":"500 Internal Server Error"}". They told me change browser, empty cache... but I tell them, it;s internal server error.
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Maybe I am missing something here, but ......

CRA already have your T5s and you can let your tax filing app populate your return with everything CRA has, so why do you need to download them from the bank?
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GiOBoY wrote:
Jan 10th, 2018 9:09 am

FYI: Tangerine T5 Slips Are Now Available for 2017 Tax Year!


When you log in:
  • Click on your name (upper right corner)
  • Select Documents
  • Tax Receipts section
Thanks! you mean I gotta pay tax on all this nice interest income?!?!? :-)
FUMONEY wrote:
Jan 10th, 2018 9:20 am
Thanks just printed mine off. $3,793.84 + $955.29 + $2027.36 = $6,776.49 of interest in 2017 (3 savings accounts). Now time to give 50% to Justin and Bill. Disappointed But Relieved Face
That is a lot of interest income for 12 months.
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Mine was about $190. Do I really have to report it?

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