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Should I calculate a bursary/grant amount which I received under NSLSC as part of my tuition even though I paid tuition in full?

 
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Should I calculate a bursary/grant amount which I received under NSLSC as part of my tuition even though I paid tuition in full?

Did you receive one or more T4A slips with the bursary/grant amount? It will usually appear in box 105.  If you have access to your CRA account online, you can check to see if you have a T4A on file for you.  You should be using the T2202A issued by your post-secondary institution to report tuition paid on your tax return.  If you do have a T4A to enter, be sure to select the correct Box 105 that corresponds with your situation.  E.g. If you are in school full-time, use box 105 intended for full-time students, along with your T2202A.

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