Disappearing credits, principal residence sales and more things to watch for as you fill out your tax return

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If you’ve been scouring your 2017 tax return looking for the line in which you enter your kids’ soccer registration fees, you can stop. It’s not there.Illustration by Chloe Cushman/National Post files

April 30, 2018 is the 2017 tax filing deadline for most Canadians. If you or your spouse (or partner) were self-employed in 2017, you actually have until June 15, 2018 to file but any taxes owing are still due by the end of this month. That’s why it’s wise for those who are self-employed to complete at least a draft of your return now, to see how much you may owe by April 30.

Here are some things to watch out for as you work through your 2017 return.

Hey, where are those credits?

If you’ve been scouring your 2017 tax return looking for the line in which you enter your kids’ soccer registration fees, you can stop. It’s not there.

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