Home-relocation loans

A home-relocation loan is a loan you give to an employee or an employee's spouse or common-law partner when they meet all of the following conditions:


Only a debt that is a loan can be a home relocation loan.

To calculate the benefit for the home-relocation loan, see Loans received because of employment.

Include the amount of the taxable benefit in box 14, “Employment income,” and in the “Other information” area under code 36 at the bottom of the employee’s T4 slip.

The amount of interest you calculate as a benefit should not be more than the interest that would have been charged at the prescribed rate in effect when the employee received the loan.

If the term of repayment for the home-relocation loan is more than five years, the balance owing at the end of five years (from the day the loan was made) is considered a new loan. Treat the outstanding balance as a new loan on that date. To calculate the benefit, use the prescribed rate in effect at that time.

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