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To find credits offered by your province, follow the steps below. On the navigation menu on the left-hand side in TurboTax 2018 (in TurboTax 2017, the menu is across the top), select Provincial. Then select Provincial Tax Credit Profile. Related info... read more
You can choose any 12-month period for your medical expense claim, as long as the period ends in the current tax year. For example, the earliest possible claim period for the current tax year is January 2, 2017, to January 1, 2018. With this claim pe... read more
To find credits offered by your province, follow the steps below. On the navigation menu on the left-hand side in TurboTax 2018 (in TurboTax 2017, the menu is across the top), select Provincial. Then select Provincial Tax Credit Profile. Related info... read more
If you state that your spouse/partner is dependent on you because of an impairment in mental or physical functions, TurboTax automatically claims the Canada Caregiver Credit for them. The amount you're entitled to depends on your particular circumsta... read more
If you support a spouse, common-law partner or dependant with a physical and/or mental impairment, then the Canada Caregiver Credit (CCC) may be available to you. This non-refundable tax credit is designed to help caregivers with the costs and expens... read more
On the Home screen, select Your Taxes. On the Your Taxes screen, type "disability" into the search field and select Disability: Disability amount from the options that appear. On the Disability – Disability Amount screen: Select Yes at Do you qualify... read more
First, if you haven’t already: Enter your dependant's information, including their net income. TurboTax uses this information to calculate the amount you can claim. Separate the medical expenses you paid for this dependant from medical expenses you p... read more
You can choose any 12-month period for your medical expense claim, as long as the period ends in the current tax year. For example, the earliest possible claim period for the current tax year is January 2, 2017, to January 1, 2018. With this claim pe... read more
The Solidarity Tax Credit is a refundable tax credit provided to low-income earners, which reduces a portion of the income tax owed. The amount of the credit is paid out over 12 months and depends on factors such as family income and the number of de... read more
Enter your travel expenses for medical treatment the same way you enter your medical expenses. Here’s how to enter medical expenses in TurboTax (click here: link) Related information List of eligible travel expenses (source: CRA) Meal and vehicle rat... read more
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