More Canadians file own taxes, but some miss out on savings: survey

Canadians are increasingly preparing their tax returns themselves, but some individuals might be missing out on significant savings, says a new study.

Almost half of Canadians (46 per cent) take the “do-it-yourself” approach come tax-reporting time, rather than seeking counsel from professionals, family or friends, according to a survey published Wednesday by the Bank of Montreal.

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