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Income Tax and Benefit Return

T1-2022

If this return is for a deceased person, enter their information on this page.

Attach to your paper return only the documents that are requested to support your deduction, claim, or expense. Keep all other documents in case the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) asks to see them later. See the guide for more information about supporting documents.

Step 1 – Identification and other information
Identification
First name
Last name
Social Insurance Number (SIN)
Marital status on December 31, 2022:
Mailing address
Date of birth (Year Month Day)
PO Box
RR
If this return is for a deceased person, enter the date of death
City
Prov. / Terr.
Postal Code
(Year Month Day)
Email address
Residence information
Your province or territory of residence on December 31, 2022:
If you became a resident of Canada in 2022 for income tax purposes, enter your date of entry:
(Month Day)
Your current province or territory of residence if it is different than your mailing address above:
Province or territory where your business had a permanent establishment if you were self-employed in 2022:
If you ceased to be a resident of Canada in 2022 for income tax purposes, enter your date of departure:
(Month Day)

Your spouse's or common-law partner's information
Their first name
Their SIN
Tick this box if they were self-employed in 2022.
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Net income from line 23600 of their return to claim certain credits (or the amount that it would be if they filed a return, even if the amount is "0")

Amount of universal child care benefit (UCCB) from line 11700 of their return

Amount of UCCB repayment from line 21300 of their return

Do not use this area

Do not use this area
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Income Tax and Benefit Return

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Step 1 – Identification and other information (continued)
Residency information for tax administration agreements

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1 Yes          2 No
1 Yes          2 No
1 Yes          2 No

Elections Canada


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1 Yes          2 No





Indian Act – Exempt income
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Foreign property
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Income Tax and Benefit Return

T1-2022

Complete only the lines that apply to you, unless stated otherwise. You can find more information about the lines on this return by calling 1-800-959-8281 or by going to canada.ca/line-xxxxx and replacing "xxxxx" with any five-digit line number from this return. For example, go to canada.ca/line-10100 for information about line 10100.

Step 2 – Total income
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Step 3 – Net income
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Social benefits repayment:

Complete the chart for line 23500 using your Federal Worksheet if one or more of the following apply:
• You entered an amount for EI and other benefits on line 11900 and the amount on line 23400 is more than $75,375
• You entered an amount for OAS pension on line 11300 or net federal supplements paid on line 14600 and the amount on line 23400 is more than $81,761

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Step 4 – Taxable income
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Step 5 – Federal tax
Part A – Federal tax on taxable income
  
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Part B – Federal non-refundable tax credits
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Part B – Federal non-refundable tax credits (continued)
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T1-2022

Part C – Net federal tax
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Step 6 – Refund or balance owing
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Step 6 – Refund or balance owing (continued)
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T1-2022

Federal Amounts Transferred from your
Spouse or Common-Law Partner

Schedule 2

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T1-2022

Amounts for Spouse or Common-Law
Partner and Dependants

Schedule 5

Line 30300 – Spouse or common-law partner amount
     
 
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Line 30400 – Amount for an eligible dependant
     
 
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T1-2022

Amounts for Spouse or Common-Law
Partner and Dependants

Schedule 5

Line 30425 – Canada caregiver amount for spouse or common-law partner, or eligible dependant age 18 or older
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Line 30450 – Canada caregiver amount for other infirm dependants age 18 or older
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T1-2022

RRSP, PRPP, and SPP Unused Contributions,
Transfers, and HBP or LLP Activities

Schedule 7







T1-2022

RRSP, PRPP, and SPP Unused Contributions,
Transfers, and HBP or LLP Activities

Schedule 7

Part A – Contributions
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T1-2022

RRSP, PRPP, and SPP Unused Contributions,
Transfers, and HBP or LLP Activities

Schedule 7

Part B – Repayments under the HBP and the LLP
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Part C – RRSP deduction
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T1-2022

RRSP, PRPP, and SPP Unused Contributions,
Transfers, and HBP or LLP Activities

Schedule 7

Part D – Unused contributions available to carry forward
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Part E – 2022 withdrawals under the HBP and the LLP
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Part F – 2022 contributions to an amateur athlete trust
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T1-2022

Donations and Gifts

Schedule 9

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T1-2022

Federal Tuition, Education, and
Textbook Amounts and Canada Training Credit

Schedule 11

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T1-2022

Federal Tuition, Education, and
Textbook Amounts and Canada Training Credit

Schedule 11

2022 Enrolment information
Transfer or carryforward of unused amount
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2022

British Columbia Tax

Form BC428

Part A – British Columbia tax on taxable income
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8S
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15S
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Part B – British Columbia non-refundable tax credits
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2022

British Columbia Tax

Form BC428

Part B – British Columbia non-refundable tax credits (continued)
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British Columbia Tax

Form BC428

Part C – British Columbia tax
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2022

British Columbia Credits

Form BC479

Sales tax credit
  
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British Columbia home renovation tax credit for seniors
and persons with disabilities
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British Columbia Credits

Form BC479

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British Columbia venture capital tax credit
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British Columbia mining exploration tax credit
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British Columbia training tax credit
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2022

Provincial Amounts Transferred from your
Spouse or Common-Law Partner

Schedule BC(S2)

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2022

British Columbia
Tuition and Education Amounts

Schedule BC(S11)

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2022

British Columbia
Tuition and Education Amounts

Schedule BC(S11)

Transfer or carryforward of unused amounts
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2022

British Columbia Home Renovation Tax Credit
for Seniors and Persons with Disabilities

Schedule BC(S12)

Name GST/HST No. (if applicable)
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Address of the residence


   



Final Check




   


2022

Worksheet BC428


   






2022

Worksheet BC428


   


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Worksheet BC428


   












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