Single Parents Could be Claiming a Child as a Dependent

Credit Available if You Have A Child and Don’t Have a Spouse

If you don’t have a spouse and you do have a child you can likely claim one of your children as an equivalent to a spouse. This is an excellent tax credit and will save you some income tax. The child has to be younger than 18 and not earning much income. We call this…

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Debi Peverill has been advising business owners and others for more than 40 years. She writes in and easy to understand and frequently humourous manner. She became a Chartered Accountant way back in 1980 and started her own public accounting firm in 1988. She knows lots of stuff.

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Debi Peverill

Debi Peverill

I am a Canadian Chartered Accountant who is very interested in helping people make money and keep it away from the government without breaking any rules.

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