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It does not appear to make a difference whether you click yes or forget to apply it - I mean that the amount of refund or rebate for low income individuals stays the same. Has anyone else found that? Does it mean that there is a bug?

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I don’t think rent is deductible, unless you’re self-employed, as it becomes your business space. It also depends where you live, as it’s different to each region. Sometimes different regions have different rules for filing taxes. As for your medical prescription, I’m pretty sure they can be claimed as medical expenses, along with dental or hospitalization plans. You can try to find online is your prescription is eligible for deduction.
 To be honest, taxes are a bit confusing to me, so I consult my neighbor, who’s also a specialist from Mortgage Broker Newcastle and he explains all the details to me. If you can’t find the answer online, I suggest you ask someone who is informed about Ufile. Wish you best of luck!

 

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Hello garrylazaret,

Amounts paid for a principal residence in 2021

Complete Parts A and B of your Form ON-BEN if you are applying for the OEPTC, the NOEC, and/or the OSHPTG.

Line 61100

Enter on line 61100 any of the following amounts:

  • rent paid if you rented your principal residence in Ontario for 2021
  • property tax paid by you or for you to the owner of a principal residence (who was not you and was not held in trust for you) and that you have not already used in calculating the amount of rent that you paid
  • rent paid to your landlord if you rented a mobile home and your landlord paid property tax for the home or for the lot
  • rent paid if you lived in a private long-term care home, hospital, group home, chronic care facility, or a similar institution, and the institution paid full property taxes
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Hello CNotes,

(1.) One-time top-up to the Canada Housing Benefit

The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) administers this one-time payment. To apply for this new federal one-time payment, you do not need to receive other housing benefits such as the Canada Housing Benefit, which is co-funded and delivered by the provinces and territories.

Please go to this link :

https://www.canada.ca/en/services/taxes/child-and-family-benefits/top-up-canada-housing-benefit.html

(2.) For the annual ON-BEN application, from UFile

Complete Parts A and B of your Form ON-BEN if you are applying for the OEPTC, the NOEC, and/or the OSHPTG.

Enter on line 61100 any of the following amounts:

  • rent paid if you rented your principal residence in Ontario for 2021
  • rent paid to your landlord if you rented a mobile home and your landlord paid property tax for the home or for the lot
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