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I was on long term disibality from Jan 01 2017 to Jan 2018. Do I have to report the amount on my taxes this year. There was no taxes deducted from my income?

 
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I was on long term disibality from Jan 01 2017 to Jan 2018. Do I have to report the amount on my taxes this year. There was no taxes deducted from my income?

If you paid the premiums for your Long Term Disability, then you will not have to report the income benefits you are receiving. 

If this is this case, you will not receive a tax slip and nothing needs to be reported on the tax return. 

You can state in TurboTax that you have "zero income" if you do not receive any other income whatsoever (otherwise you will get an error message).   

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I was on long term disibality from Jan 01 2017 to Jan 2018. Do I have to report the amount on my taxes this year. There was no taxes deducted from my income?

What was the source of income ? Did you get a T-slip?
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I was on long term disibality from Jan 01 2017 to Jan 2018. Do I have to report the amount on my taxes this year. There was no taxes deducted from my income?

Long term disibality. But that is non taxable. So I put $0 as income right?
New Member

I was on long term disibality from Jan 01 2017 to Jan 2018. Do I have to report the amount on my taxes this year. There was no taxes deducted from my income?

No t4 slip
New Member

I was on long term disibality from Jan 01 2017 to Jan 2018. Do I have to report the amount on my taxes this year. There was no taxes deducted from my income?

Was this paid out from a private insurance policy for which YOU paid the premiums?
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I was on long term disibality from Jan 01 2017 to Jan 2018. Do I have to report the amount on my taxes this year. There was no taxes deducted from my income?

If you paid the premiums for your Long Term Disability, then you will not have to report the income benefits you are receiving. 

If this is this case, you will not receive a tax slip and nothing needs to be reported on the tax return. 

You can state in TurboTax that you have "zero income" if you do not receive any other income whatsoever (otherwise you will get an error message).   

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