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Post by Trooper on Sat 24 Jan 2015, 19:36

Just to be clear of what I have said in my post - I was posting on the assumption that peep's CF and CPPD pensions had the proper tax withheld as he sees fit - as per I am posting on latest change that took place with our increase with respect to our  January sisip payment.

I just want to make sure that is understood - I was posting only with regards to the latest sisip change, in how they changed the way they now withhold tax - and what actions we can take to have more tax deducted if we so choose to do so.
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Post by Guest on Sat 24 Jan 2015, 19:48

understood trooper that's exactly the way I took it buds .

guys are just throwing out some good ideas for people to consider .

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Post by Guest on Mon 26 Jan 2015, 18:39

can someone help me out with this tax dilemma I think I may have not listen them all. cann anyone tell me who im missing .




I just received my tax return for 2014 back from the Revenue Canada. It puzzles me!!!

They are questioning how many dependents I claimed.

I guess it was because of my response to the line : "List all dependents" ...

I replied: 2 million immigrants ; 1 million crack heads;

7.3 million unemployed people; 100,000 people in prisons;

Half of Haiti; 105 Senators and 308 Members of Parliament.

Evidently, this was NOT an acceptable answer.

I KEEP ASKING MYSELF,

WHO THE HELL DID I MISS?

anyone ???????

disclaimer; this is just for a little levity and not intended to belittle ore disrespect anyone.

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Post by pinger on Mon 26 Jan 2015, 18:59

Who the hell did you miss? You forgot us vets. It's ok... were just 2 cents. pinger.
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Post by Guest on Mon 26 Jan 2015, 19:07

lol yup no real benefit their . however I do recall now two dependents I did forget and the deduction should be big for them because they are both nuts.

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Post by Trooper on Wed 08 Apr 2015, 07:34

ceedee, this thread may be of some help.
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Post by rzm71 on Wed 08 Apr 2015, 14:12

hi all .
thanks again for the info .
just printed out my forms and will be sending in later.
yes I was also one how had increase in jan of $200 on ltd .
so thks all again .
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Post by pinger on Wed 08 Apr 2015, 14:53

This topic is very good foresight. Always used TD1's to give me a boost at tax time.

Someone mentioned RRSP's, let me mention TFSA's but that's another topic.

Question though, I can use a TD1 to adjust my ELB tax deducted right? Anyone concur...

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Post by Trooper on Wed 08 Apr 2015, 16:34

Pinger,

The answer is yes, sabrelove has given and excellent example of this, and other measures one can take with respect to calculating for the amount withheld on any taxable income.

The TFSA is helpful in eliminating the T5, which in turn helps in your tax returns.
Look for this to double in the amount allowed to contribute in the upcoming budget.
Also, if you are sign on to my account from the CRA website, you can see the room you have to contribute into it.

Sparrow is correct, it can take up to a couple of pay's from SISIP before the deduction is made from your pay.
I would contact your SISIP CM after a couple of Weeks after submitting you TD1 to confirm they actually got it.
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Post by pinger on Wed 08 Apr 2015, 16:49

Thank you Trooper.

And we are fortunate to have Sparrow and Sabrelove on csat. pinger.
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Post by pinger on Thu 09 Apr 2015, 14:18

3 cents? 

If it helps anyone else out there. 866 land just told me a TD1 for extended ELB purposes needs to be submitted to a D.O. That's not enough, Tell them, write on something to them to direct the said TD1 to their Central Processing Centre. Spoonfeeding and VAC cutbacks aside, at least a TD1 is not often done.

Somedays I want to marry a senior eschelon CRA agent lol! . But ahhh, then I would be part of the problem.pinger.
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Post by Guest on Thu 09 Apr 2015, 16:00

ya pinger but wouldn't it be nice to frack one for a change instead of always getting fracked by one .

JMO

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Post by birdgunner on Tue 18 Aug 2015, 14:58

Thanks for the info Trooper.

Today I received from CRA the following document:

Instalment Remittance Voucher form INNS3 {15}.

This document tells me that CRA wants two payments before Dec. 31 2015 to pay-off next years income tax owing(still working on the DTC, I have owed back for the last few years which red flags my income tax account leading to the CRA request)...the reason, CRA is losing out on the interest.

Contacted both CF Pension office(able to do over the phone) and VAC(forms on the way, signature required) to get additional taxes taken off each month...by doing this and lowering taxes owing for next year to below $3,000.00 by 31 Dec 2015 leads to the CRA request for two payments to be nullified.
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Post by Guest on Fri 21 Aug 2015, 16:08

yaa birdgunner I get these things a lot , strangely enough not the year we had to figure in the retro , I generally just ignore them and file them away . never had an issue YET as I pay my taxes in full prior to deadline . kinda hate having these guys make interest off my fracking money when it should be me collecting the interest . so im just gonna keep on keeping on till I cant lol . you should do what you are comfortable with.

good luck buds

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Post by MarieH on Mon 24 Jul 2017, 19:10

HI, I have two questions about the TD1 form:

Do I need to fill out both TD1 forms, the federal and the provincial one? and
Do I have to fill out the whole form (like # 4 pension income amount) or just the block on page 2 “Additional Tax to be deducted”

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