Tax Credit Calculator Based on the 2015 Tax Return

Answer 10 simple questions below to quickly estimate how much money you could get back when you file a tax return.

Even if you receive social assistance or didn't earn income, you could be eligible.

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Do you need to file your 2014 income tax return? See what tax credits and benefits you may be eligible to receive when you file.

Terms & Conditions

The calculator uses 2015 tax data and is for illustrative purposes only. It may not reflect final decisions made by the Canada Revenue Agency. Calculator results should not be relied on for any purpose, including preparing your tax return. Other factors not accounted for in the calculator may affect your eligibility.

Learn more about tax credits and benefits included in the calculator.

  1. Eligibility for the Ontario Trillium Benefit – a combined payment of the Ontario Energy and Property Tax Credit (OEPTC), the Northern Ontario Energy Credit (NOEC) and the Ontario Sales Tax Credit (OSTC) – is determined before each monthly payment. If you don't qualify based on your age as of December 31, 2015, it's important to file your 2015 tax return because you may become eligible for one or more instalments if you turn 18 or 19 before June 1, 2016. For example, if you turn 18 before June 1, 2016 you may qualify for the OEPTC and NOEC. And if you turn 19 before June 1, 2016, you may qualify for the OSTC. back
  2. You must enter an age between 16 and 110. back
  3. For some credits, a change in marital status affects eligibility. back
  4. Individuals with a severe and prolonged physical or mental impairment may be eligible for the disability tax credit. A qualified practitioner must certify that the person meets certain conditions and the Canada Revenue Agency must assess and approve the application.
  5. If your child had not yet turned one year old on December 31, 2015, select 1.
  6. If your child turns 18 years old (19 years old for the Ontario Sales Tax Credit) after December 31, 2015, eligibility may be affected.
  7. See a list of eligible activities.
  8. A senior is a person 65 or older on or before December 31, 2015. back
  9. Learn more about eligible renovation expense like the installation of support bars, ramps or walk-in bathtubs. back
  10. Find out if your Ontario university, college or nursing student residence is a designated residence. back
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