To the Teacher:
Since most students in literacy programs have only a low or modest income, almost all of them will qualify to get money back as a provincial tax credit. Unlike the non-refundable federal and provincial credits which only reduce the amount of tax paid, the provincial credit will actually entitle them to get money back. The real tax credit form has several sections that will not usually concern our students. However, the occupancy cost and the sales tax credit will be available to most of them, so we have made a simplified version of this form containing just those two sections. It's a good one to fill out because most students will get money back if they do.
In case a student might be unwilling to reveal his or her net income, we have provided a couple of examples - one to be used for practice and one to be used as a demonstration if you wish.
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