The Tax Free Savings Account(
TFSA) began in 2009. TFSA is an effective tool for investing tax free. So it is becoming more and more popular among Canadians these years.
Canada residents age 18 or older with a social insurance number can open a TFSA.
Every year the annual contribution limit is different .
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Christmas is a magical time of the year, filled with a lot of sparkling lights, Christmas gifts and Christmas decorations. Put all of them together to create a wonderful holiday.
During the holidays ,you have a chance to design your house with some decoration, or DIY decorate the interior and exterior of your home, putting up tree decoration, hanging lights.
It is Christmas time!
If you only know to buy beer at LCBO? You are out!
Starting today, Beer to be sold in select Ontario grocery stores by Christmas. It is very convenience to consumers.
However, it is not all supermarkets are selling beer, also nor is selling all kids of beer. Currently, the provincial government approved 58 provinces, including 24 located GTA area.
Please look at the following list, you know which supermarket is closing your home.
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Halloween isn’t Halloween without a Jack O-Lantern? How to make a Jack O Lantern? It is easy, Just flowing my steps.
Frist we need a pumpkin, knife, spoon, marker.
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It is the best time for Halloween, Boo to you!
Use below pumpkin patterns to create cute or creepy pumpkin designs or you can create your special pumpkin design.
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Halloween is the perfect holiday , October 31 is the date on which Halloween is celebrated.
On this holiday, many people dress in scary costumes and tell scary stories,watch scary movies. Some schools have a Halloween party.
At night , children often wear costumes and ask for treats door to door .
Safety is important on Halloween , especially if you are going trick-or-treat.
some safety tips for Halloween:
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Wed, January 1 1. New Year’s Day : (Frist day of year)
2. Family Mon, February 16 Day : (Third Monday in February)
Fri, April 3 3. Good Friday ：（Friday before Easter Sunday)
4. Easter Monday Mon, April 6 : (Government employees only)
Mon, May 18 5. Victoria Day: (Monday before May 25)
Wed, July 1 6. Canada Day:
Mon, August3 7. Civic Holiday: (First Monday in August, not a official stat holiday)
Mon, September 7 8. Labor Day: (First Monday in September)
Mon, October 12 9. Thankgiving Day: (Second Monday in October)
Fri, December 25 10. Christmas Day:
Sat, December 26 11. Boxing Day:
Everyday you can see a lot of hair on your bathroom floor, It is a hard job to remove hair from floor. Most time you can’t really use a vacuum or broom because the don’t really work for sweeping up hair.
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After you gave birth to your child, you maybe generally have some pain, because of often carrying child or doing some housework. you may have wrist pain, backache,etc. Don’t worry! just a comb can let’s any body pain away.
The best preparation is a wooden or horn comb, and some Vaseline, moisturizing cream .
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Do you know your business can get transition support payment form HST, But you must be active GST registrants on July 1, 2010, the transition support payment form 300 up to $ 1,000.
Here is a list about your eligible amount:
Total taxable revenues for a 12 month period Amount of transition support
$60,000 or less $300
greater than $60,000 but not greater
than $200,000 0.5% of Taxable Revenue
Greater than $200,000 but less than $1,000
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