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Jan 14, 2018
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Where is a good place to find someone to transfer tax credit?

Where is a good place to find someone to transfer tax credit?

I have lots i dont have use for want to transfer it

Was thinking just go to the financial area and PUA everyone lol

What building do you suggest?
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appleproduct wrote: Where is a good place to find someone to transfer tax credit?

I have lots i dont have use for want to transfer it

Was thinking just go to the financial area and PUA everyone lol

What building do you suggest?
I don't think you can just 'transfer tax credits'. That said, if there was, I have first dibs....

The thing that sucks about tax credits, most (not all) disappear every fiscal year. If only you could save them for a rainy day.
Why can't we all just get along?
[OP]
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well mine is that is why but i dont know anyone that pays tax....
[OP]
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anyways i think im just gonna do that i have to find someone looks honest too so its good to get a in person vibe..
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OP is either very ignorant of tax law, means something else with his post, or was just posting-while-drunk.
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appleproduct wrote: well mine is that is why but i dont know anyone that pays tax....
Wow... what a bunch of "contributors" to the society... And here I am getting audited for tuition credit claim when I have an official T2202A slip from UofT...
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tonershop wrote: Wow... what a bunch of "contributors" to the society... And here I am getting audited for tuition credit claim when I have an official T2202A slip from UofT...
CRA should force university to upload T2202A so there is no silly audit when they see very high tuition from place such as UofT
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tonershop wrote: Wow... what a bunch of "contributors" to the society... And here I am getting audited for tuition credit claim when I have an official T2202A slip from UofT...
Audit or Review? They are very different processes.
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appleproduct wrote: well mine is that is why but i dont know anyone that pays tax....
The government can make 'non-refundable tax credits' more generous because not everyone can use the entire amount nor transfer them to random people. If you could, I am sure the amounts allowed would shrink very quickly.
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OttawaGardener wrote: OP is either very ignorant of tax law, means something else with his post, or was just posting-while-drunk.
LOL. BTDT. actually not. Never. But many of my posts seems like that.

OP needs to spend some time on these credits and what it actually means.
https://www.tangerine.ca/forwardthinkin ... tax-credit

https://www.canada.ca/en/financial-cons ... s-3/7.html

https://www.canada.ca/en/revenue-agency ... ounts.html
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Imagine if one could transfer his/her tax credits to other random people? We will have a whole new market for selling/buying tax credits (like $0.10 for $1 or something like that) :)
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ah whatever dont believe me then
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appleproduct wrote: ah whatever dont believe me then
Believe what? Personal tax credits aren't generally transferable except for a few unique situations and even then only to spouse or other closely-related person.

Perhaps your OP would be sensible if you itemized exactly WHICH tax credit you are contemplating transferring?

Or, believe that you and your cohort don't pay taxes??? I believe plenty of people don't pay taxes - doesn't mean I believe they do so legally.

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