A Québec resident

Check out these articles on Québec tax topics, and common credits and deductions that you might be able to claim on your return.

Employment and employment expenses

Relevé 1: Employment and other Income

Statement of employment expenses (T777 and TP-59)

TP643: General employment conditions

VD358: Québec sales tax rebate for employees and partners

Business and self-employment income

Are you an Uber driver? Here’s what you need to know about your tax obligations

Foreign business income tax credit (T2209  & TP-772)

Statement of business or professional activities (T2125 and TP-80)

Statement of farming activities (T2042)

Statement of fishing activities (T2121)

TP1029.9-V: Taxi drivers and taxi owners – Citizens

VD358: Québec sales tax rebate for employees and partners

Investments and RRSPs

Capital Gains or Losses (Schedule 3 and Schedule G)

Contributions made to an RRSP

I sold my home - principal residence designation

PRPP and VRSP contributions

Relevé 3: Investment income (RL-3)

Relevé 7: Investments in an investment plan (RL-7)

Rental property (T776 & TP-128)

Statement of investment income, carrying charges, and interest expenses (including Schedule N)

Tax on split income (T1206)

Students and recent graduates

Claiming tuition fees with your T2202 certificate

Tuition tax credit (Schedule 11 and Schedule T)

Relevé 8: Amount for post-secondary studies (RL-8) (Québec)

Student loan interest paid or interest not claimed in a previous year

Unused federal tuition amounts from previous years

Unused provincial tuition amounts

Family benefits and tax credits

Adoption expenses

Child assistance

Childcare expenses

Claiming your dependant's medical expenses (18 years and over)

Dependant expenses

Medical expenses

Relevé 6: Québec parental insurance plan (RL-6)

Schedule H: Québec tax credit for caregivers

Schedule O: Québec tax credit for respite of caregivers


Québec independent living tax credit for seniors

Schedule J: Québec tax credit for home-support services for seniors

Tax Credit for Québec Seniors’ Activities

TP-1029.TM-V: Grant for Seniors to Offset a Municipal Tax Increase

Other credits and deductions

Québec First-Time Home Buyers’ Tax Credit (TP-752.HA-V)

Solidarity tax credit (Schedule D) & Relevé 31

Schedule K: Premium Payable Under the Québec Prescription Drug Insurance Plan

Tax credit for donations and gifts (Schedule 9 and Schedule V)