Deductible child care expenses include payments to the following:
An eligible child for purpose of child care expense deduction includes:
For purposes of calculating child care expense deduction, your earned income consists of:
If you move to a new location to start a job, to start a business, or for full-time post-secondary education, you may be eligible to deduct your moving expenses from income earned at the new location.
Charitable donation is a non-refundable tax credit for the donations and gifts.
Refundable medical expense supplement is a refundable tax credit for working individuals with low income and high medical expenses.
You can claim eligible medical expenses paid for dependants other than your children under 18 years old. Expenses paid for the following persons are eligible if they depended on you for support:
There are two types of medical expense tax credit: refundable tax credit and non-refundable tax credit. This article is about non-refundable tax credit. You can claim tax credit for eligible medical expenses paid for yourself, your spouse or common-law partner, or your children under 18 years old. For 2014, the amount that can be claimed…
Children’s arts tax credit is a non-refundable tax credit for parents who register their children in certain programs of artistic, cultural, recreational, or developmental activities.
The working income tax benefit (WITB) consist of a basic amount and a disability supplement. This article is about how to calculate the working income tax benefit for single individuals without an eligible spouse or an eligible dependant for 2012.