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World Canadian declares canoe travel as a moving expense

00:35  13 november  2019
00:35  13 november  2019 Source:   msn.com

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Canadian passports. Travelling abroad. Air travel . Returning to Canada . T1-M Moving Expenses Deduction. For best results, download and open this form in Adobe Reader. See General information for details.

Canadian passports. Travelling abroad. Air travel . Returning to Canada . Generally, you can claim moving expenses you paid in the year if both of the following apply: you moved to work or to run a business, or you moved to study courses as a full-time student enrolled in a post-secondary program

A Canadian teacher -- pushed to test the limits of tax laws after losing a court fight -- has successfully claimed a canoe trip as a moving expense, public broadcaster CBC said Tuesday.

a person rowing a boat in a body of water: The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) allows Canadians who move more than 40 kilometers (25 miles) for work or school to deduct eligible expenses from their taxable income© Monika Skolimowska The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) allows Canadians who move more than 40 kilometers (25 miles) for work or school to deduct eligible expenses from their taxable income

John Konecny loaded his belongings into a canoe and paddled up the Rideau canal from Whitby, Ontario to Ottawa for a summer teaching job in 2018.

The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) allows Canadians who move more than 40 kilometers (25 miles) for work or school to deduct eligible expenses from their taxable income.

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Konecny taught in his hometown of Whitby, Ontario during the regular academic year and for decades made the annual trip to Ottawa by train, plane or automobile for the July job.

But his moving expenses were suddenly rejected by CRA in 2011. The decision was upheld by a tax court that ruled his Ottawa stays did "not constitute a change in ordinary residence," but rather working vacations.

Konecny decided to up the ante and in June 2018 loaded up a battered fibreglass canoe and set out for Ottawa, he told the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC).

The move took him through five provincial parks and up the Rideau Canal -- a UNESCO World Heritage Site. He collected receipts for park admission fees, campfire wood and ice and submitted a claim for almost Can$1,000.

Last week, he learned that the CRA had accepted his expenses.

The agency declined to comment to AFP on the specific case.

Konecny is reportedly considering a dog sled for his next relocation.

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