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Talking Tax with Myron Knodel of Investors Group
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Talking Tax: Surprising medical expenses that can be claimed
Canadians can claim a wide array of medical expenses on their tax returns — from wigs to gluten-free bread to medical marijuana — yet the Medical Expense Tax Credit is among the least used.
Talking Tax: Surprising medical expenses that can be claimed
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