One of mine has to do with where my income is coming from.
An approximation of my income from 2012 is:
- 79% from primary job.
- 12% from secondary job.
- 5% from self-employment.
- 4% from EI (I was on maternity leave for the month of January)
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Introduced in 2005, the Canada Learning Bond (CLB) targets low-income families and provides them with a financial incentive to save. Upon applying, the CLB is given to all children who have an RESP account and are eligible to receive the National Child Benefit Supplement (NCBS) in addition to the Canada Child Tax Benefit, commonly known as “family allowance.” The CLB does not require any contributions from parents and is deposited directly into the child’s RESP. Specifically, the Government of Canada provides an initial CLB of $500 to children born after December 31, 2003 plus an additional $100 per year until age 15 and up to a maximum of $2,000.So...if you receive the National Child Benefit Supplement, your children are eligible for this! Head to your local bank and ask to open an RESP for your children and have them apply for the Canada Learning Bond for you. The first year you do so, each child will receive $500, and each year after that you still qualify they will receive another $100.
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"The maximum you can claim for expenses that relate to a stay in a
boarding school (other than education costs) or an overnight camp
(including an overnight sports school) is $175 per week for a child
included on line 1 in Part B, $250 per week for a child included on
line 2, and $100 per week for a child included on line 3."
"You can claim payments made to: individuals providing Child care services; day nursery schools and daycare centres; educational institutions for the part of the fees that relate to Child care services; day camps and day sports schools; and boarding schools, overnight sports schools, or camps where lodging is involved."
"Live birth rates were reported for a combined total of 10,532 IVF treatment cycles (including intracytoplasmic sperm injection [ICSI]) undertaken in all 28 IVF centres in Canada in 2009. There were 3332 IVF/ICSI treatment cycles performed in 8 centres in Western Canada, 5015 cycles in 14 centres in Ontario, 1875 cycles in 5 centres in Quebec, and 310 cycles in 2 centres in Atlantic Canada.
Preliminary results were reported for a combined total of 11,718 IVF/ICSI treatment cycles undertaken in all 28 IVF centres in Canada in 2010:
- The overall live birth rate was 30% per cycle started, 33% per egg retrieval procedure, and 35% per embryo transfer procedure.
- 71% of births were singletons, 28% were twins, and 1% were triplets or more.
- A healthy term singleton birth occurred following 16% of cycles started, 18% of cycles having egg retrieval, and 19% of cycles having embryo transfer.
- The live birth rates per cycle started, by age of the mother, were:
- 40% for women under 35 years old
- 29% for women aged 35-39 years
- 12% for women 40 years old and over.
- The chances of a healthy term singleton baby per cycle started, by age of the mother, were:
- 21% for women under 35 years old
- 16% for women aged 35-39 years
- 7% for women 40 years old and over.
- The proportion of babies with congenital anomalies was not different from that in the population of women conceiving naturally.
- The miscarriage rate of 17% per clinical intrauterine pregnancy is in keeping with that for natural conceptions.
Live birth rates for assisted human reproduction cycles started in 2010 will be released when they become available.
- The overall clinical pregnancy rate was 34% per cycle started, 37% per egg retrieval procedure, and 39% per embryo transfer procedure .
- 75% of pregnancies were singletons, 23% were twins, and 2% were triplets or more.
- A singleton pregnancy occurred following 23% of cycles started, 25% of cycles having egg retrieval, and 27% of cycles having embryo transfer.
- The clinical pregnancy rates per cycle started, by age of the mother, were:
- 43% for women under 35 years old
- 34% for women aged 35-39 years
- 18% for women 40 years old and over.
- The singleton pregnancy rates per cycle started, by age of the mother, were:
- 30% for women under 35 years old
- 23% for women aged 35-39 years
- 12% for women 40 years old and over.
- Complications occurred in fewer than 2% of treatment cycles.
The CFAS makes these data available for reference and education."