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Canadians express confidence on tax knowledge

But Canadians are less confident of their understanding how investments are taxed.
But Canadians are less confident of their understanding how investments are taxed.

An overwhelming majority of Canadians are feeling confident that their 2013 tax returns will take advantage of all the tax deductions, tax credits and other tax savings that may be available to them.

So reports BMO Nesbitt Burns in its fourth annual national tax study. The survey was conducted by Pollara between March 14 and March 17, 2014 with an online sample of 1,007 Canadians.

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