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Good guess. Judi did. 50 percent. 62 percent (see the tables starting on page 288). TO MAKE A LONG STORY SHORT: • Your marginal tax rate is generally the most important tax figure for you to know. • Simply put, it’s the amount of tax you’ll pay on your last dollar of income. • Your marginal tax rate depends on three things: your province of residence, your level of income, and the type of income earned. To determine your marginal tax rate for 2006, see the tables starting on page 288. Tim’s Tip 3: Know the difference between a deduction and a credit.
Eventually, I became a pretty good base stealer—but only after I learned the basics. Once I had the basics down, my playing improved to a whole new level. And so will yours. In this chapter, we’re going to look at the basics of the tax game. 1 2 1 0 1 Ta x S e c r e t s F o r C a n a d i a n s Playing by the Rules Tim’s Tip 1: Avoid taxes like the plague, but don’t evade them. There’s a big difference between avoiding taxes and evading them: One’s okay; the other’s a definite no-no. Tax avoidance simply involves structuring your affairs legally so that you’re paying less tax than you might otherwise pay.
Pre-Game Warm-Up: The Basics of Tax Planning 17 What does all of this mean for you? Unless it’s clear, based on the known purpose and wording of the specific provisions in the Act, that a tax strategy is abusive, you should be given the benefit of the doubt. Also, while a transaction may be tax-motivated, this isn’t enough to apply GAAR and deny you the tax benefit. The transaction must also be abusive. Lord Tomlin would be pleased. C. v. ” The bottom line is this: If you are going to engage in any type of aggressive tax planning, be sure to work with a tax professional to structure your affairs so that you avoid meeting the three tests I’ve talked about here.
101 Tax Secrets for Canadians 2007: Smart Strategies That Can Save You.. by Tim Cestnick