Did you work from home in 2021 during COVID-19?
You can claim $2/day up to $500 without receipts using the Temporary Flat Rate method or you can use the Detailed method if you have a T2200S
(Declaration of Conditions of Employment for Working at Home Due to COVID-19) from your employer.
Eligible expenses include a portion of your rent, utilities, internet, cell phone, & office supplies.

Canada Training Credit
If you are between 25-65 and took a training course in 2021, you can claim a refundable tax credit of 50% of the tuition.
This $250 per year credit will accumulate up to a lifetime limit of $5,000.

Did you subscribe to a qualified Canadian digital news media?
With a receipt, you can claim a non-refundable tax credit of 15% up to $500. It can be split between spouses or roommates.
This is to support qualified Canadian journalism organizations (QCJO) in producing original news in a digital format.

Do you qualify for the First Time Home Buyer's Amount?
If you bought a principal residence in 2021, and you have not owned property in the previous 4 years, you qualify
to claim a $5,000 non-refundable credit which can be split between you and your spouse/partner.

If you are a licenced teacher/Early Childhood Education teacher and you incurred up to $1,000 of eligible supplies expenses,
you can claim the School Supplies Credit. Please provide a letter from your employer.


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