The COVID work from home deduction claim is extended into the 2021 filing. Please remember that there are two ways to make the claim. You can claim the flat deduction whereby you simply need to provide us with the number of days during 2021 that you worked from home due to COVID. You may alternately claim a more detailed work from home employment deduction but you are required to have a T2200 completed and signed by your employer and you will need to provide us with a summary of your home expenses (use the Business Use of Home Summary in Client Resources section). You may use whichever claim works best for you.
You sold your principal residence in 2021 (or a property you are declaring as a principal residence)
If you sold a property in 2021 you are required to report it even though there may not be a tax impact. If you sold a property in 2021 for which you wish to claim the principal residence exemption (in whole or in part) you need to provide us with some basic information including:
Details of the property (description/address)
Year of purchase
Full or partial claim of principal residence exemption
You may also complete the Principal Residence Sale Declaration (see below in Client Resources). Depending on the claim/reporting information our office may require additional information from you.
Remember that even though you are claiming a property sale as a principal residence there could still be some circumstances which make part of the sale taxable for capital gains.
Annual summary of automotive expenses, mileage, and other important information. For use by those claiming business related expenses or employment related expenses (where permitted) which involve use of an automobile. To download click here.
Use this form to apply for the Disability Tax Credit. It is in two parts. Part A is your basic personal information (and that of the person who will claim the credit). Part B is completed by your medical practitioner. Remember, it is NOT your medical practitioner who is to decide if you qualify for the DTC. Your medical practitioner is responsible for completing his/her part of the form and then it is CRA who will decide if you are eligible.