Employment expenses and credits
Find information about the most common deductions and credits that can be claimed from your employment income.
Services and information
- Line 21200 – Annual union, professional, or like dues
Find out which union or professional dues related to your employment income you can deduct, and how to claim them.
- Line 21900 – Moving expenses
Find out if you can claim moving expenses you paid to work or run a business at a new location, and how to calculate them.
- Line 22900 – Other employment expenses
Find out if you can claim a deduction for expenses you paid to earn employment income.
- Line 31200 – Employment insurance premiums through employment
Find out how to claim this credit.
- Line 31217 – Employment Insurance premiums on self-employment and other eligible earnings
Find out if you can choose to pay EI premiums on self-employment for access to EI special benefits, and how to claim them.
- Line 31220 – Volunteer firefighters' amount and
Line 31240 – Search and rescue volunteers' amount
Find out if you can claim a credit or exemption if you are an emergency services volunteer, and how to claim it.
- Line 31260 – Canada employment amount
Find out if you can claim this credit, and how to calculate and claim it.
- Line 45000 – Employment insurance overpayment
Find out if you have contributed too much, and how to calculate and claim this credit.
- All deductions, credits, and expenses
Find a list of all deductions, credits, and expenses you may be able to claim on your personal income tax return.
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