Jump to content


  • Content Count

  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Days Won

  1. I found the answer. For anyone that is wondering, simply keep track of the amount if kilometers you drove for work/business reasons and then enter the total amount you drove for the year (assuming you kept a log for the year) and the program automatically calculates for you. Quite an amazing program!
  2. Does she have any other sources of income like RRIFs or pensions through work etc.? I'm asking because she might be over the limit? https://www.canada.ca/en/revenue-agency/services/tax/individuals/topics/about-your-tax-return/tax-return/completing-a-tax-return/personal-income/line-146-net-federal-supplements.html
  3. dutd33

    Car disposition

    I believe you report it under "Motor Vehicle Expenses" and then under "CCA".
  4. Hello, In your 2016 Notice of Assessment, does it indicate that you have unused contributions for 2016? On mine it didn't indicate anything so I didn't answer at all and UFile didn't seem to complain.
  5. OK nevermind I was looking at the wrong section for total refund. My mistake. Have not had coffee yet.
  6. In the section where I claim bus amounts, if I choose "Claim Own Amount" instead of "Let Maxback decide" I get a larger return overall between my wife and I. Is this an error? Should I not trust the option "Let MaxBack decide"?
  7. Did she have any associated expenses? She could claim it for a loss to carry over to next year, like CCA for the car etc.
  8. Nope. https://turbotax.intuit.ca/tips/deductible-life-insurance-premiums-285
  9. Yes, you can claim for children born in 1998 or later https://www.canada.ca/en/revenue-agency/news/newsroom/tax-tips/tax-tips-2016/you-have-medical-expenses-you-may-able-claim-them-on-your-income-tax-benefit-return.html
  10. dutd33

    T1 Adjustment

    Yes you can. Tick off the box during the interview set up. Alternatively you can log into your MyCRA account and do the change there.
  11. I've seen this question asked before but I don't seem to be able to find a solid answer. I work at a community centre part-time and I receive a T4A each year. UFile wants me to enter this as a T2125 (Business/Professional Income). Since I drive to the rink I claim mileage. If in regard to fuel costs and insurance premiums etc., do I enter the full amount or just the percentage that I use for this work? For example, only 15% of my total driven kilometers is for this job, so do I enter 15% of my total fuel costs or will the program do that for me automatically? Thank you in advance.
© 2013 ImpôtExpert, Thomson Reuters. Tous droits réservés. Politique de confidentialité
  • Create New...