How to Get a Bigger Paycheque

Have you ever heard of a Source Deduction Waiver?

Every payday your employer deducts the amount of  tax set by the Canada Revenue Agency. This money is applied against your annual tax bill.

But not everyone has the same income tax circumstances. There are people who have significant deductions, like monthly RSP contributions, child care expenses, or even deductible investment loan interest, which often result in a sizable tax refund each year.

If this describes your situation, you might be eligible for a Source Deduction Waiver. A source deduction waiver means that your employer could deduct less tax from your paycheque each month. If that’s the case, it will mean that you won’t receive a huge refund at the end of the year, however you will get more money every payday.

While it does feel nice to get a big refund every spring, you have to remember that this refund is your own money, which you have given to the government as an interest free loan for the past twelve months. I am sure you could come up with better ideas than of what to do with a little more money every month than the government does.

For the proper forms, go to the Canada Revenue Agency website, www.cra-arc.gc.ca, and search for form T1213.

If you are up to date on your taxes, the government will calculate the proper amount, and authorize your employer to reduce the tax withheld. Please remember that this is not automatically renewed, you do have to reapply each year.

Put a little more money in your own pocket next year.

 

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