5 reasons you won't get children's fitness and arts tax credits for 2017, News (Hamilton Huskies)

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5 reasons you won't get children's fitness and arts tax credits for 2017
Stop fretting about misplacing those receipts.

The last year Canadians can claim federal tax write offs for their children's fitness and arts activities is 2016, based on changes announced a year ago in Finance Minister Bill Morneau's first budget.

Liberals said phase-out simplifies tax code, but recent report outlines other reasons for move. For more information click here

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