21. It sounds like when the return was filed with the tuition, you no longer qualify for the working income tax benefit. If you are in school full time, you do not qualitfy for the benefit unless you have a child.
23. Answer #21 also applies.
22. You live in Saskatchewan, therefore your taxes are based on the Saskatchewan tax bracket. There are no penalties but the tax rates are different so your Alberta employer may not be deducting (or may be withholding) the wrong amount of taxes from your income. You should complete a Saskatchewan TD1, which is a provincial credit return. If you hand it into your Alberta payroll, it would correct your tax rate.
Great questions, everyone. We have 10 minutes to go, but we'll be back tomorrow to offer advice to viewers in Regina.
24. For medical expenses themselves, there is no limit. But, for the disability credit, if he claims the nursing home costs as a medical expense, then he cannot claim the disability amount, and you cannot transfer the disability amount in this case.
25. Bursaries are non-taxable, up to $5,000 as long as you're in school, which could be why you're not seeing a change in your return. It doesn't count as income but still needs to be reported.
26. If they don't have any taxes to pay, then there is no benefit and it would be wise to claim the medical on the higher income.
27. Always, always file your taxes. Especially if you are eligible for a return. There are plenty of tax credits you'll miss out on!
28. If you still need to file for that year, you need to do that first and the CCA should not be changed as the depreciation of that item has still happened.
29. Yes, you can use the T2200 for your second job. As long as the employment expenses are claimed against the income of your job and not your personal business. Definitely don't double claim expenses.
Thanks for of your great questions. And thanks to Liz and Cleo for your responses tonight! See you all tomorrow!