seekings
New Member

My son went to school in Regina, and while there, as he is from Manitoba, he paid rent. Can he claim the rent he paid on his income tax.

 
TurboTaxMary-Ann1
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Investors and rental owners

Which province is he using to file his income tax return?
seekings
New Member
TurboTaxMary-Ann1
Moderator

Investors and rental owners

Yes, he can claim the rent that he paid in Manitoba on his income tax return.  Please click on the heading titled Provincial and put a checkmark next to Education Property Tax Credit (Rent Paid).  He will then be prompted to enter the amount of rent paid.

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seekings
New Member

Investors and rental owners

He paid the rent in Saskatchewan, although he filed his income tax in Manitoba as he resides here but was there for University.   So his rent was paid in Saskatchewan but his income tax is filed in Manitoba.   Hope that makes sense.   Sorry if I was unclear.
TurboTaxMary-Ann1
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Investors and rental owners

Unfortunately, you can only claim the rent you paid in either Ontario or Manitoba on your income tax returns.