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Five things to keep in mind for tax season

Tax season officially kicked off Monday with the launch of ImpotNet, which allows Quebecers to file their tax return electronically with Revenu Québec. Here are five important dates and information to keep in mind when diving into the paperwork.

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First, there is no rush. Quebec residents have up to 1any May at 11:59 p.m. to complete and send their tax returns to the federal and provincial governments, one day longer than usual since the usual April 30 deadline falls on a Sunday.

Individuals declaring their trading income have the right to an additional month and a half to arrange their statements, through June 15, 11:59 p.m.

Distance working

With remote work still in the post-pandemic mores, it’s a good idea for stay-at-home employees to remember that they’re entitled to a tax credit. This can take the form of $2 per day for working at home (maximum $500), or taking into account all expenses incurred working at home. It is up to everyone to decide for themselves what is the most profitable!

The first house

For families who dared to buy a first home in 2022, keep in mind that both Quebec and Ottawa offer the equivalent of a $1,500 tax credit, which represents a potential return of $3,000.


Low-income renters can claim the Canada Housing Benefit, which will take the form of a $500 payment from the federal government. However, an individual’s net income must not exceed $20,000, compared to $35,000 for a family.

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For a fast refund, think of the web!

Revenu Québec and the Canada Revenue Agency guarantee that tax returns submitted electronically are processed within a maximum of two weeks. For paper ads, the federal government relies on a delay of up to eight weeks, compared to four to six weeks in Quebec.