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Earned Return: MOST tax scheme returns $50,000 of taxed income to eligible Nova Scotian apprentices and journeypersons

Halifax, Nova Scotia — Are you a Nova Scotian under 30 who has paid your taxes this year and are working in the trades as an apprentice or a certified journeyperson? If so, you’re in luck as the province is returning  up to $50,000 of income tax to people in this specific group.

According to a government press release, the More Opportunity for Skilled Trades and Occupations (MOST) Tax Refund aims to attract and retain youth to work in Nova Scotia in industries experiencing labour shortages, with refunds available for the first $50,000 of income tax paid by workers who meet the aforementioned requirements.

Auto body and collision technicians, automotive glass technicians, automotive refinish technicians, automotive service technicians and AST-service centre technicians are eligible, among others.

Additionally, prospective applicants for the MOST tax refund must have filed their 2022 income tax return with form NS428 and received a 2022 notice of assessment.

For more information, click here.

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