You may be able to claim a credit of up to $1,119 if all of the following apply:
In addition, the total of the following two amounts has to be $3,268 or more:
You cannot claim this credit if the total of your net income (line 236) and your spouse's or common-law partner's net income (line 236 of his or her return, or the amount that it would be if he or she filed a return), minus any amount reported by you or your spouse or common-law partner on lines 117 and 125, is $47,163 or more. In addition, if you or your spouse or common-law partner deducted an amount on line 213, and/or the amount for a repayment of registered disability savings plan income, included on line 232, we will add these amounts to your or your spouse's or common-law partner's net income when calculating this credit.
If you were separated because of a breakdown in your relationship for a period of 90 days or more that included December 31, 2012, you do not have to include your spouse's or common-law partner's income when calculating this credit.
In the "Identification" area on page 1 of your return, enter your marital status and, if it applies, the information concerning your spouse or common-law partner. This includes his or her net income, even if it is zero and, if applicable, the universal child care benefit (UCCB) income on line 117 included in his or her net income and/or the UCCB repayment on line 213 of his or her return.
Complete the chart for line 452 on the federal worksheet to calculate your claim. You can claim this credit for the same medical expenses that you claimed on line 215 of your return and line 332 on Schedule 1.
Complete the chart for line 452 on the federal worksheet to calculate your claim.
Enter on line 452 the amount from line 16 in the Refundable medical expense supplement chart of your federal worksheet.
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