Top Ways to AVOID Taxes for a LARGER Return! – Personal Tax Deductions

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Income taxes can easily represent one of the highest deductions from one’s gross income. In Canada, personal income tax rates can reach levels north of 50% with an income above $120k, crazy! While paying your fair share of taxes is a reality most will be subject to, there are some legal ways to reduce your total taxable income.

1. Registered Retirement Savings Plan (RRSP) contributions are registered investment account contributions that are tax-deductible. This is because the Federal Government allows you to contribute to your RRSP on a pre-tax basis.
2. Student Loan Interest is tax-deductible if received under the Canada Student Loan Act.
3. Charitable contributions will allow you to benefit from a non-refundable tax credit.

Once you have benefitted from the above tax deductions, hopefully, you will have a large tax return that you can use to your financial advantage. Here are some things you should consider:

1. Have some self-control
2. Pay off all high-interest debt
3. Build an emergency fund
4. Start investing in the stock market, real estate, or a business venture
5. Maintain momentum!

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