3. No, you cannot claim anything for a pet.
2. If you moved more than 40km closer to your new job, you should be able to claim moving expenses.
4. If you are self employed, you must report your business income on a T2125 Statement of Business. You will be able to claim offsetting expenses against this income. The resulting net income will be taxable at your personal tax rate. The highest federal tax rate is 29% plus your provincial tax rate.
5. You have to apply for child tax benefits and universal child care benefits on the form RC66. Congratulations on having a cute, little baby! If you're also a single parent, you can claim the baby as an eligible dependent, and you'll receive a child amount for the baby when you file your taxse.
6. You can contact the Informant Leads Program at 1-866-809-6841
7. Yes, you can. You have to make sure you purchase these specific groceries separately so you can keep the receipts for medical claims.
8. A doctor's note will explain the details and it's claimed on line 330 along with your other out-of-pocket medical expenses.
9. No you do not need to paper file to change your direct deposit information. You need to resubmit a form T1DD.
10. Your son should apply for the disability credit which must be approved by the CRA. Once approved, if your son does not use the credit, it can be transfered to you. You may qualify for the caregiver amount as long as he lives with you and he is dependent on you for support and his income is less than $18,000.
11. She should claim the income on line 104 (other employment income).
12. If the medical marijuana is perscribed by a doctor and dispensed by a pharmacy (with a drug identification number) it can be claimed with all your other out of pocket medical expenses on line 330.
13. Money has to be in an RRSP for 90 days before it can be pulled out and applied against a mortgage. You also have to be a first time buyer (you and your spouse should not have owned a house for past 5 years).
14. No, unfortunately not. The only fitness amounts we can claim are for kids under the age of 16.
16. You can claim the first time homebuyer's amount on your 2012 return. The amount for the first time homebuyer is $5,000 and you will get $750 back based on this credit.
16. Did you mean, April 1, 2011?
15. You can only claim the insurance premiums if the beneficiaries of the life insurance is the business or the bank.
17 & 18. Unfortunately, nothing. Only parents of kids under the age of 16 can claim the fitness amount.