TP-1029.8.66.2-V: Tax Credit for the Treatment of Infertility

If you or your spouse received in vitro fertilization treatments to help you become a parent for the first time, you might be able to claim a refundable tax credit using form TP-1029.8.66.2-V.

To be eligible:

  • You must have been a resident of Québec on December 31, 2020
  • You must have paid for eligible expenses in 2020 (keep in mind, you can’t claim expenses you were reimbursed unless the reimbursement was included in your income for the year)
  • Neither you nor your spouse had a child before the treatments for which the expenses were paid
  • A physician has certified that you and your spouse have not had surgical sterilization by vasectomy or tubal ligation (unless it was for strictly medical reasons)

You can claim the tax credit on a maximum amount of $20,000 for eligible expenses that you or your spouse paid. The tax credit amount will depend on your family situation and income for the year.

Note: If you received advance payments for the tax credit in 2020, be sure to enter the amount in box G from the RL-19 slip you received, on the RL-19 page in H&R Block’s tax software.