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How do you get answers to questions on Canada's income tax?

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The Canada Revenue Agency administers the tax laws for the provinces and territories in the country and provides information on its official website. In addition to written information, the agency offers webinars and videos to inform the public about its policies, states the Canada Revenue Agency.

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Individuals, families, businesses and charities can use the CRA website to browse tax topic articles, file a tax return, find a form or publication and more, according to the CRA. As of 2015, topics covered on the site include homeowners' credits, life events, capital gains and losses, and the community volunteer income tax program. The site provides links to news releases, social media and RSS feeds.

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