Got questions about your taxes? We've got answers.

If you're not sure how your personal situation affects your taxes, we've got answers for you. We took the most common questions people ask online and put together easy-to-understand situations. Read the ones you think will help and use the tools at your disposal.

  1. Employees working from home: Home office

    The COVID⁠-⁠19 pandemic has changed how Quebecers work, with many employees now working from home part-time or full-time. This page explains two different methods for calculating your expenses and shows you how to claim the deduction.

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  2. Low-income workers: Solidarity tax credit

    This page shows you the credits you can claim if your income is low, such as the solidarity tax credit and the work premium tax credits.

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  3. Recipients of COVID⁠-⁠19 assistance

    The COVID⁠-⁠19 pandemic has affected many sectors of the economy. This page shows you where to report any COVID⁠-⁠19 benefits you received under the IPREW or another government program in your tax return.

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  4. Caregivers: Helping a person with an impairment or an elderly relative

    Do you provide care to a person 18 or over who has a physical or mental impairment and needs help with their daily activities? Do you live with a relative age 70 or over? This page contains answers to the most common questions.

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  5. Students: Tuition fees and student loan interest

    Are you a full-time or part-time student? Are you working while you're in school? Did you take out a student loan? This page shows you which tax credits you can claim.

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  6. Seniors: Tax credits for people 60+

    Are you 60+ and working? Are you 70+ and living in your own home or in a seniors' residence? Depending on your situation, there are tax credits you may be able to claim, such as the senior assistance tax credit or the tax credit for career extension. This page shows you what you need to know.

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  7. Self-employed workers: What working for yourself entails

    Working for yourself means being your own boss. If you are self-employed, your income is made up of your profits and losses and you are required to report it all when you do your personal taxes. If you're an employer, you also have to manage source deductions, contributions and premiums that apply to your employees. You may also have to register for the GST/HST and QST files with Revenu Québec. This page shows you the right way to get things done.

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  8. Parents: Credits you can claim

    Do you have kids? You may be able to claim credits like the tax credit for childcare expenses. This page shows you all the tax credits you can claim as a parent.

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