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New Brunswick Tax Sale Properties County of York

New Brunswick Tax Sale Properties  County of York

New Brunswick Tax Sale Properties County of York

 

New Brunswick Tax Sale Properties  County of York. The real properties listed here under will be sold at public auction on October 24, 2017, at 10:00 a.m., at the Service New Brunswick centre located at 432 Queen Street, in the City of Fredericton, in the County of York and Province of New Brunswick:

New Brunswick Tax Sale Properties – County of York

Avis de vente pour non-paiement d’impôt

Les biens immobiliers énumérés ci-dessous seront vendus aux enchères le 24 octobre 2017, à 10 heures, au centre de Services Nouveau-Brunswick situé au 432, rue Queen, dans la ville de Fredericton, comté d’York au Nouveau-Brunswick :

 

New Brunswick Tax Sale Properties  County of York

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

For complete metes and bounds description of the real property, refer to schedules posted at the Service New Brunswick centres. The above real properties are to be sold for nonpayment of taxes in ac-cordance with the provisions of section 12 of the Real Property Tax Act, and are subject to a ninety-day redemption period, pursuant to sec-tion 13 of the Real Property Tax Act. Terms of Sale: Full payment immediately following sale by cash (Canadian funds) or cheque. The prospective purchaser should make all inspections and investiga-tions they consider necessary including a search of title. The real properties will be sold on an “as is” basis and the Province will make no warranty whatsoever with regard to title. The highest or any bid not necessarily accepted. Dated at Fredericton the 24th day of August, 2017.

New Brunswick Tax Sale Properties  County of York

Pour une description complète des bornes et limites des biens immobi-liers, consulter les listes affichées dans les centres Services Nouveau-Brunswick. Les biens immobiliers susmentionnés sont mis en vente pour non-paiement d’impôt conformément aux dispositions de l’article 12 de la Loi sur l’impôt foncier. Ils sont par ailleurs assujettis à une période de rachat de quatre-vingt-dix jours en vertu de l’article 13 de la Loi sur l’impôt foncier. Conditions de vente : Paiement complet au comptant ou par chèque (en fonds canadiens) immédiatement après la vente. L’acheteur éventuel est tenu d’effectuer toutes les inspections et les en-quêtes qu’ils jugent nécessaires, y compris une recherche de titre de propriété. Les biens immobiliers seront vendus tels quels et le gouvernement pro-vincial n’offre aucune garantie quant aux titres de propriété. Aucune des soumissions, pas même la meilleure offre, ne sera forcé-ment acceptée. Fait à Fredericton le 24 août 2017.

New Brunswick Tax Sale Properties - County of York

 

Dany Couillard

Provincial Tax Commissioner                                                                        Commissaire de l’impôt provincial

 

Using Grants and Tax Credit for Tax Savings​

Grants and Tax Credit for Tax Savings​Senior Homeowner’s Property Tax Grants Ontario

  • This grant helps seniors with the cost of their property taxes.
  • How much money could I receive?
  • You could get up to $500 each year.
  • Use online calculator to see how much money you get
  • Do I qualify?
  • You may qualify for the grant if:
  • you or your spouse/common-law partner paid Ontario property tax in the previous year you meet the income requirements as of December 31 of the previous year, you:
  1. were 64 years of age or older
  2. were a resident of Ontario
  3. owned and occupied your principal residence (or your spouse/common-law partner did).

Grants and Tax Credit for Tax Savings​Child Disability Benefit

If the child is eligible for disability amount and is under 18 then he/she can apply for this kind of benefit.​

Grants and Tax Credit for Tax Savings​Tax (GST/HST) Credit​

Low & modest income people can apply for it after completing the application on the first page of 2015 income tax and benefit return.​

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Claim These Expenses to Save Taxes​

​Save taxes

Split That Pension

  • Pension Splitting is a tax – planning technique that can only take advantage of at tax – filing time. ​​Save Taxes​

  • It also allows Canadians who received eligible pension income to split up to half of that income with their spouse or common-law partner.​

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Save Taxes​Vehicle Expense Deduction​

  • CRA recently announced a new policy regarding the type of records that must be kept to substantiate a deduction for vehicle expenses, or GST/HST input tax credits, where a vehicle is used partly for business and partly for personal purposes. ​

  • Previously, CRA required a detailed record to be kept for each vehicle of all kilometers driven throughout the year. ​

  • The new method involves establishing business use of a vehicle in a base year, then keeping detailed records for only a three-month period in each subsequent year and extrapolating the results (provided subsequent years’ business usage aligns broadly with usage in the base year).​

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Capital gains and losses to save taxes

Taxable capital gains

  • Reduce any capital gains by any capital losses incurred in the year.
  • If you still have a capital gain at this point, claim any capital losses from previous years not otherwise deducted.
  • If you have an overall capital loss for the year, consider deducting these losses from any capital gains reported on your prior 3 year’s income tax return or carry them forward until used..

Capital gains and losses to save taxes

 

Capital gains and losses to save taxesBusiness Investment Loss

Unpaid funds loaned to a family corporation may qualify as business investment loss.

You may not even know that you have an existing “shareholder’s loan” unless you have completed your corporation’s final set of financial statements and corporation income tax return.

Capital gains and lossesNon capital losses of other years

Contact the Canada Customs and Revenue Agency and ask for a printout of your carry forward items.

You might have a loss from a prior year that you forgot to claim.

Capital gains and lossesRealize capital losses to offset current year capital gains

If you have realized capital gains in the current year and unrecognized capital losses in other investments, consider disposing of the loss investments prior to the end of the calendar year in order to offset the capital gains.

Capital gains and losses to save taxesRealize capital losses in 2015 to offset capital gains realized in 2012 to 2014

Capital losses can be carried back for three years to recover tax paid on capital gains.

For example, a $100 capital loss in 2015 would trigger a $50 allowable capital loss; if you have no capital gains in 2015, this capital loss could be used to offset a capital gain in any of the three preceding years, from 2012 to 2014.

Defer Capital Gain up to 5 Years

  • Taxable capital gainOn a sale where the vendor takes back the mortgage, they may be eligible to defer some of the taxable capital gain at 20% per year and up to a max of 5 years.

Capital gains and losses to save taxesThe capital loss strategy

It can be used to offset capital gains you realized on other investments that year (and in any of the three previous years), thus reducing your capital gains tax. ​​

Or, you can bank those capital losses to reduce any gains you might realize in the future—a perfect strategy for those who know they’ll be in a higher tax bracket later on, such as a stay-at-home parent who wants to return to work.​

We are also Canadian private hard money lenders. We can offer you multiple solutions to resolve any situation.We can also do short term small private mortgage if required.

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Tax Savings tips for Home Buyer​

Tax Savings tips for Home Buyer​Home Buyers’ Plan​

You may also be eligible to participate in the Home Buyers’ Plan, a program which allows you to withdraw funds from your registered retirement savings plan to buy or build a qualifying home for yourself or for a related person with a disability. You can withdraw up to $25,000 in a calendar year, and you have up to 15 years to repay the amounts you withdraw. Your first repayment starts the second year after the year you withdrew funds from your RRSPs for the HBP.​

To be eligible to participate in the Home Buyers’ Plan, you must be a first-time home buyer and you must have a written agreement to buy or build a qualifying home for yourself. You are considered a first-time home buyer if, in the four-year period, you did not live in a home that you or your current spouse or common-law partner owned.​

You must intend to live in the qualifying home as your principal place of residence within one year after buying or building it.​
For more tax information for homeowners, go to www.cra.gc.ca/myhome

Tax Savings tips for Home Buyer​Home Buyers’ Plan For Persons With Disabilities

You do not have to be a first-time home buyer to participate in this plan if you are eligible for the disability tax credit or if you acquired the home for the benefit of a related person who is eligible for the disability tax credit. The purchase must be made to allow the person with the disability to live in a home that is more accessible or better suited to the needs of that person.​

Tax Savings tips for Home Buyer​First Time Home Buyers’ Tax Credit​

If you are disable person or a person related to disable person and buying home for them for the first time then you can apply for the non refundable credit up to $750.​

The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) Rental Income GuideThe Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) Rental Income Guide

  •  It is a great starting point for any investor looking for plain-English information on rental property taxation. While Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) guides do not hold the same weight as actual tax law, they are based on legislation, case law and the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) internal policies.​

We are also Canadian private hard money lenders. We can offer you multiple solutions to resolve any situation.We can also do short term small private mortgage if required.

We can HELP!!! We also BUY HOUSES. Please call:

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P.S. Success isn’t a matter of chance, it’s a matter of choice. So it’s up to you to make the right choice to become successful. If you don’t know what to do it starts with making the choice to register for this LIVE real estate investors training in your town now and making sure you make the right choice to SHOW UP!!! Learn more to earn more!

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