Can i defer my T2202A to the next year or to a common-law spouse? In 2014 i made less than $13,000 but am not eligible for the WITB due to being in school full-time.

I was in school for 12 months full-time and worked part-time, my income was less than $13,000.


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You need to report your T2202A or you will be unable to claim your credit, either now or in future. This is true whether you choose to report now, or in file a future adjustment.

Even if you take the latter action, and file in later years, CRA will recover any credit or WITB that may have been recognized in 2014.

File your T2202A. You can opt to transfer the credit or roll it over as you wish.
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