14. You are able to report false claims anonymously on the CRA website. Visit the website for more information. www.cra.gc.ca
15. There was a Home Renovation tax credit, but it is over. H&R Block says there are plans to bring it back but nothing has been confirmed. So you should hang onto your receipts because there are potential for you to claim then.
16. You would need to contact UFile technical support for help.
17. No, you cannot claim the costs of steel-toed shoes.The CRA did introduce a non-refundable tax credit called the Canada Employment Amount to cover the costs of workwear, such as steel-toed shoes and anything else you're required to wear on the job. It's a maximum claim of $1,065 and you claim it as long as you're employed in Canada.
18. You should keep your receipts for 7 years.
10. If your employer is reimbursing your mileage, you should not claim expenses on your taxes. If your employer issues you a T2200, there may be certain car-related expenses you're eligible to claim. (Your insurance, your license, toll charges, car payments, just to name a few) You should check with your employer to see if they will issue you a T2200.
20. If you owe the government money, there will be penalties and interest applied as of May 1st. If you don't owe, then there is no penalty- but you should still submit on time.
Sorry that response was for question 19.