A Guide to Tax Credits and Rebates for Homeowners

New Home Benefits
You can get the homebuyers’ tax credit if you just purchased a house and have not owned a house in the past 4 years. On line 369 of your tax form, fill it out with the amount of $5,000, and you will receive a 15% credit.
Tax Load Reduction of $750
Getting your house an ecoENERGRY assessment by a certified energy advisor before doing any renovation is recommended. The total costs before and after the audits can be about $1,000. However, this can be reimbursed from the provincial rebates.
Rebates of up to $500
Depending on where you live, cash in on rebates may have:

How to Earn More During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Teaching English Classes Online
Due to the imposed quarantine and for safety reasons, many people are encouraged to stay home. Therefore, the demand for online jobs is increasing, and teaching English online is no exception. There are a lot of English teaching platforms online where you can teach children from different countries. For this work, it usually requires holding a Bachelor’s degree, passing an English test, and having your computer and a decent internet connection. Every hour, you can earn $15 to $24 right inside your house.
Freelancing
Unfortunately, many companies had no choice but to lay off some of…

Designing Hacks for Tiny Houses

Prioritizing Function
Since there is very limited space in a tiny house, the design can end up being disorganized. It can result in a lot of clutter if there are too many items in a small space. Worse, the design could be lost from this. By prioritizing function, it means that home essentials such as tables, sofas, and beds need not be aesthetic only but also functional.
Storage Creativity
Another challenge in designing a tiny house is having ample storage. Although you may have gotten rid of other things, you may still have many things you need. For tiny houses, installing closets and cabinets is not very easy. …