Glossary of fiscal terms used in CanadaThere are 140 entries in this glossary.
A formal choice among specific options on how tax laws are applied to a taxpayer's financial affairs. Usually, you make an election on your tax return.
|Employment Insurance (EI)||
A federal program that provides financial assistance to people who are temporarily out of work. It is an insurance program, with employers and employees making payments into the Employment Insurance Fund.
|Employment Insurance premiums||
Deductions that an employer must make from employees' paycheques and forward to the Receiver General for Canada. Employers must also contribute Employment Insurance payments.
All of someone's property and money
Person dealing with an estate
Person dealing on estate tax matter
Person responsible for tax department
Taxes on the manufacture, sale, or use of goods and items.
Expenses not accepted by instead of from ARC or Revenue Québec
|Expert in tax law||
Specialist in tax situation.