Personal Income Tax Return Checklist In order to properly assess your personal income tax situation, we require the following basic information or documents (paper or electronic format): Previous year Notice of Assessment from the Canada Revenue Agency (for all parties) Copy of previous year Personal Income Tax Return (T1) If not, NoA is essential, along…Details
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