Family income level where the recipient will no longer receive the GST/HST credit
If your family net income amount is equal to or exceeds the amount indicated in the table below, you will not be entitled to a GST/HST credit payment.
The universal child care benefit (UCCB) and/or registered disability savings plan (RDSP) will not be included as part of your adjusted family net income in the calculation of your GST/HST credit.
Income levels are for the 2016 tax year. If you are entitled, GST/HST credit payments for this tax year begin in July 2017.
|Family structure||Adjusted family net income|
|Single parent with one child||$50,569|
|Single parent with two children||$53,509|
|Single parent with three children||$56,449|
|Single parent with four children||$59,389|
|Married/common-law couple with no children||$47,629|
|Married/common-law couple with one child||$50,569|
|Married/common-law couple with two children||$53,509|
|Married/common-law couple with three children||$56,449|
|Married/common-law couple with four children||$59,389|
Report a problem or mistake on this page
- Date modified: