Children’s fitness amount
You may be able to claim up to $500 per child for the fees paid in 2010 that relate to the cost of registering you or your spouse’s or common-law partner’s child in a prescribed program of physical activity. For more info call 905-216-2445 or click firstname.lastname@example.org .
Home buyers’ amount
You can claim an amount of $5,000 for the Home Buyers’ Tax Credit (HBTC) if both of the following apply:
You or your spouse or common-law partner acquired a qualifying home; and
You did not live in another home owned by you or your spouse or common-law partner in the year of acquisition or in any of the four preceding years (first-time home buyer).
Pension income splitting
You (the Pensioner) may be able to jointly elect with your spouse or common-law partner (the Pension Transferee) to split your eligible pension income if you meet all of the requirements.
Public transit amount
You can claim the total amount paid for public transit passes or for the cost of passes for multiple transit systems for 2010. This includes the cost of monthly passes or of longer duration such as an annual pass for travel on public transit.
Employed tradespersons (including apprentice mechanics)
You may be able to deduct the cost of eligible tools you bought to earn employment income as a tradesperson and as an eligible apprentice mechanic. This cost includes any GST, and provincial sales tax, or HST you paid.