UFile Help Video 3: Interview Questions – Income Deductions

UFile Help Video 3: Interview Questions – Income Deductions


In this tutorial we are going to be walking through the interview setup. This page sets up how you are going to approach your return. It will help to determine what prompts you may see for the rest of the return. For students who did not have an income in 2013, click this box. Don’t worry about any of these. Because you had no income you don’t have to worry about any deductions. Then you can just continue forward. For most students you would have worked, if you have employment income, you should have a T4. So you would want to select this box. Other students, you may have worked but did not receive a T4. You received a T4A. When the employer just gave you a lump sum
payment, if that’s the case you want to click this box. This is also going to be eligible for any grants or bursaries received. A lot of these come to you as a T4A. You will be declaring them as income but they don’t actually come into the income calculation as you will see later. If you receive the Universal Child Care Benefit, select this box. Interest income, this is for students who contributed to RRSPs. At the end of the year, if these things accumulated interest, it will be returned to you. You can select this box. Going through here for the income side very few of these boxes will be applicable to most students. Some students, if you contributed to RRSPs, you can click this box.
If you have any medical expenses, you can check that box. For all students you want to check off “tuition and education expenses”. Make sure the “provincial tax credits”, “other deductions and credits”, and “refund or balance owing” are selected. Continue to the next page.

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