About 90 percent of Canadian taxpayers file their income tax returns electronically, but the Canada Revenue Agency would like to remind the remaining holdouts that filing your taxes by paper is just fine by them. Though it’s a bit harder to lay hands on a paper tax package: they’re available at fewer locations (i.e., no longer at the post office), or you can order one, or print one out. People who filed by paper last year will get their tax packages mailed to them, which I can confirm: despite living on the technological edge most of the time, I still do ours by paper for reasons I can’t quite explain or justify.
Support This Site
Subscribe via Email
As an Amazon Associate I earn income from qualifying purchases made through links on this website.
"Also, no rail option for travelling from Canada to Mexico, at any speed. ..."
"Okay, that's just a little chilling. "
"I found myself taking advantage of an available seat at Silver City-as-was right ..."
"Thank you for this, Jonathan. As I have in other cases of someone ..."
"So we’re now halfway through “The Gauntlet,” and it’s weird how many familiar ..."