Tuition Tax Credit Canada

The Tuition Tax Credits for tuition, education amounts and textbooks are non-refundable tax credits. There is a Federal tax credit as well as a provincial or territorial tax credit for tuition, education and textbook amounts. For this reason, to claim these amounts, or to transfer them to another person, you must complete both the Federal Schedule 11 of your tax return, and the provincial S(11) schedule. Qu├ębec uses Schedule T for tuition or examination fees being claimed or carried forward.

Public Transit Passes Tax Credit

Public Transit Tax Credit is a non-refundable tax credit to help individuals cover their cost of public transit. The tax credit for public transit passes is a non-refundable tax credit for the cost of buying a monthly (or longer duration) pass for commuting on buses, streetcars, subways, commuter trains and local ferries.

The federal budget introduced a non-refundable public transit tax credit based on the cost of monthly public transit passes for travel.

Health Tax Credit | Healthy Living Tax Incentive

Health Tax Credit (also known as Healthy Living Tax Incentive) is a tax credit of up to $500 per child. It is intended to help with the cost of registering children and youth in sport or recreation activities that offer health benefits.

Home Renovation Tax Credit (HRTC) Canada

Home Renovation Tax Credit (HRTC) Canada

The Home Renovation Tax Credit is a temporary non-refundable tax credit that will only be avaliable for the 2009 tax year regarding home renovation expenditures between January 27, 2009, and before February 1, 2010.

The credit will only be available for the 2009 tax year and applies to eligible expenditures of more than $1,000, but not more than $10,000, resulting in a maximum credit of $1,350.