Tax Pain Relief Giveaway - Unique Gifter

Tax Pain Relief Giveaway

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Tax Pain Relief Giveaway

Have you completed your rough income taxes yet? Even better, do you have all of your T4s so that you can complete and file your actual tax filing? ย My company always seems to release them on the last possible day, it’s very frustrating. ย When I worked at a small local company, the bookkeeper had our T4s ready for the first day of work in the new year, it was awesome! ย Now, my accountant does an estimated return based on our final pay stubs for the year and then we wait. ย This year, I am making a fairly large RRSP investment, which is kind of fun, because I get to pick a new stock! ย If you are not quite as lucky as me, marrying into a family with an income tax accountant, then you may be in need of a copy of Turbo Tax. ย Guess what? ย Staples Canada has generously offered up this Tax Pain Relief Giveaway for you (if you’re from Canada). ย It is pretty sweet. ย The first prize winner gets everything in the photo below AND a second winner gets a copy of Turbo Tax 2013. ย ย March 3, 2014 is the deadline for contributing to an RRSP for the 2013 tax year, so I am going to select February 25 as the cut-off day for entries into this contest, so you can plan accordingly*. ย (* I have no idea how long the shipping will take, so I make absolutely no guarantees about the items and/or their eventual arrival time.)

Staples Tax Pain Relief Giveaway - Unique Gifter

Product links to Staples:
1. Turbo Tax Standard 2013
2. Easy Button
3. Better Binders
4. Kit Kat Bites
5. Wireless Inkjet Printer
6. Tylenol
7. Sheet Protectors

Once upon a time, I was responsible for ordering office supplies at work and someone asked if we could truly order anything from the Staples catalogue. ย I said, “we can try putting in the order, the worst thing that would happen is the boss declines that line.” ย My coworker still has that easy button sitting on his desk! /complete aside that has nothing to do with this giveaway, other than you get one if you are a winner, and the bundle’s tax pain relief will let you hit that easy button!

Enter a few, or all, of the following ways (Note: Giveaway is only open to Canadians, sorry!)
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[Photo – Creative Commons Attribution – British Red Cross]


31 thoughts on “Tax Pain Relief Giveaway”

    1. Anne - Unique Gifter

      I'm glad to hear it's pretty straight forward, I've never tried it before.

  1. I was also lucky to marry into a family with an accountant! Though previously I use to just pay the student ($30) rate at H&R. I'll be sad when the day my tuition credits run out!

    1. Anne - Unique Gifter

      You're still rocking tuition credits? Wow, lucky you! (Sorta… it means you've got all of those years of tuition!)

      1. this will be my first year using tuition credits! And I've never had to use them before…9 years worth! woot woo! I'm also rocking the "interest paid on student line of credit" deduction. Oh and 2 useless degrees :S

    1. Anne - Unique Gifter

      Good luck! Make sure you get all of those deductions that Jordann found for living in NS!

  2. I always do my own taxes. But I usually use free tax software by studiotax.

    Don't forget about easy deductions — prescriptions, dental bills, and in bc you can claim transit passes as well

  3. Taylor Closet

    We hire someone to do our taxes but have been told it's not hard to do i on our own, I want to try.

  4. I would love to enter but I do not know what the upside down 'v' means in math. :)

  5. We've had the same accountant for over a decade but I'd love to save the money by doing my own!

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