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Old 06-19-2007, 10:39 PM
 
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If you're filing taxes, do you HAVE to get a form from your employer to fill out?

What happens if say, I quit in September, and move someplace else?
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Old 06-19-2007, 11:05 PM
 
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Hmmmmm.

Assuming you're talking about filing Canadian income taxes, the way it's supposed to work is like this.


When you start a job, your employer is suuposed to obtain your Social Insurance Number. The employer is alos supposed to obtain information about your marital status and number of dependents. The employer uses this last information to determine how much income tax to deduct at source from your pay cheques.

At the end of the calendar year, employers generate T-4 slips for all persons who they have employed in the last calendar year. These slips show gross earnings, Employment Insurance source deductions, Canada Pension deductions, and Income tax deductions. Each employee is then sent a slip prior to February 28 of the following year, and the information from each slip is sent to the Canada Revenue Agency.

When you actually fill out your tax form, you transfer the amounts from the various boxes on the T-4 slip(s) to the appropriate lines on the tax form.

If for some reason you didn't receive a T-4 from an employer, contact that employer and request one. If the employer refuses to give you a T-4, contact the Canada Revenue Agency for advice. You can find contact numbers for the CRA in the Blue Pages of your telephone book.
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Old 06-26-2007, 02:46 AM
 
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As a Canadian now living and working in the States, I find that the 2 tax systems are pretty well the same. The employer gives you tax paperwork to fill out when you are hired and deducts your federal and other taxes. then you are responsible to do your taxes when the time comes. In the States its by the end of April, in Canada ,I beleive the other poster said it is by the end of February? If you were to move to another part of Canada you would just have to add that province to your tax return. and submit all your t-4's.
One thing I will say is different is that here in the States I always get a refund and in Canada I always seemed to owe taxes. Hmmmmmmmm wonder what is up with that? LOL
Hope this helps a bit,
Gina
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