Topics/services specifically for students. For topics of interest to everyone, see Individuals.
Do you have to file a tax return?
Why file a return (even if you have no tax to pay)
What do you include with your return and what records do you keep?
What documents do you include with your paper return.
Common types of income for students
Scholarships, research grants, payments from an RESP, tips, and more.
Common deductions and credits for students
Tuition, education, and textbook amounts, interest paid on student loans, moving expenses, and public transit amount.
Deductable moving expenses, change of address, and more.
Authorizing or Cancelling a Representative
You may authorize a parent or another person to represent you or get information on your tax matters.
Community Volunteer Income Tax Program
Get or provide help filing income tax returns
Canada Child Tax Benefit (CCTB)
Find out if you qualify for the Canada Child Tax Benefit.
Universal Child Care Benefit (UCCB)
Find out if you qualify for the Universal Child Care Benefit.
International students in Canada
If you are an international student studying in Canada, you may have to file a Canadian income tax return.
Lifelong Learning Plan
Do you know you may be able to withdraw from your RRSP to finance your training or education?
Learning About Taxes
Course designed to provide a basic knowledge and understanding of Canada's income tax system to individuals who are not familiar with this system.
Forms and publications
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