Home Informatii Utile Membrii Publicitate Business Online
Abonamente

Despre noi / Contacte

Evenimente Culturale

 

Românii de pretutindeni
Puncte de vedere
Pagina crestină
Note de carieră
Condeie din diasporă
Poezia
Aniversari si Personalitati
Interviuri
Lumea nouă
Eternal Pearls - Perle Eterne
Istoria noastră
Traditii
Limba noastră
Lumea în care trăim
Pagini despre stiintă si tehnică
Gânduri pentru România
Canada Press
Stiri primite din tara
Scrisorile cititorilor
Articole Arhivă 2019
Articole Arhivă 2018
Articole Arhivă 2017
Articole Arhivă 2016
Articole Arhivă 2015
Articole Arhivă 2014
Articole Arhivă 2013
Articole Arhivă 2012
Articole Arhivă 2011
Articole Arhivă 2010
Articole Arhivă 2009
Articole Arhivă 2008
Articole Arhivă 2007
Articole Arhivă 2006
Articole Arhivă 2005
Articole Arhivă 2004
Articole Arhivă 2003
Articole Arhivă 2002


Canada’s Economic Action Plan



PRIME MINISTER STEPHEN HARPER ENCOURAGES CANADIAN HOMEOWNERS TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF HOME RENOVATION TAX CREDIT

OTTAWA – Homeowners who are contemplating renovations have six months left to take advantage of the Home Renovation Tax Credit and save hundreds of dollars on their income taxes, Prime Minister Stephen Harper reminded Canadians today.

“There has never been a better time to renovate your home,” said the Prime Minister. “This new tax credit will help homeowners who renovate this year save on their taxes. In addition, these renovations will often lead to reduced energy costs or increases in the value of your home. Best of all, every time Canadians invest in renovations, they are also helping create construction and building-supplies jobs in their local communities.”

The Prime Minister visited an Ottawa-area hardware store that is participating in a nationwide campaign to inform Canadians about how to apply for the Home Renovation Tax Credit. Thousands of stores across Canada have already signed up to promote this innovative new tax credit to Canadian consumers.

A key component in Canada’s Economic Action Plan, the Home Renovation Tax Credit provides a 15% income tax credit on eligible home renovation expenditures for work performed or goods acquired between January 27, 2009 and February 1, 2010. The credit may be claimed on expenditures exceeding $1,000 but not more than $10,000 and will provide up to $1,350 in tax relief.


For more information on the Home Renovation Tax Credit please visit: http://www.actionplan.gc.ca/eng/media.asp?id=1531.






PMO Press Office    7/29/2009


Contact:






 
Informatii Utile despre Canada si emigrare.
Inregistrati-va ca sa puteti beneficia de noile servicii oferite Online.
Business-ul dvs. poate fi postat Online la Observatorul!
Anunturi! Anunturi! Anunturi! la Publicitate Online

 

Home / Articles  |   Despre noi / Contacte  |   Romanian Business  |   Evenimente  |   Publicitate  |   Informatii Utile  |  

created by Iulia Stoian