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Estimate your 2021 adjusted family net income for the one-time top-up to the Canada Housing Benefit to check if:

  • it is $35,000 or less for families, or $20,000 or less for individuals
  • you paid at least 30% of your 2021 adjusted family net income in rent in 2022
What is adjusted family net income
  • Your 2021 family net income (line 23600 of your tax return plus line 23600 of your spouse's or common-law partner's tax return, and any world income not reported in a 2021 tax return to the CRA, such as by a new resident)
  • minus Any universal child care benefit (UCCB) and registered disability savings plan (RDSP) income received in 2021 (line 11700 and line 12500 of your or your spouse's tax return)
  • plus Any UCCB and RDSP amounts repaid in 2021 (line 21300 and line 23200 of your or your spouse's tax return)
  • equals 2021 adjusted family net income

Use the tool to estimate your income and rent

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CRA is not collecting or retaining any of the information you enter on this page.

The information you enter on this page is only used to help you:

  • estimate your adjusted family net income
  • check if your income and rent amount would qualify for the benefit

You may be required to provide additional information for verification after you apply.

Family status
What was your marital status on December 1, 2022? (required)

What is living common-law?

You are considered separated after 90 days

Summary of marital status

Answer the question(s) above to indicate your marital status. This would have affected how your income was calculated and what criteria it must have met to qualify for the one-time payment.

Net income in 2021
$ .00

This is line 23600 of your 2021 tax return.

Do you or your spouse have world income in 2021? (required)

You might have world income to include if you received income in another country during 2021 when you were not a resident of Canada. Report 2021 income as a part of a tax return or statement of income (opens in new window) before you apply.

Adjustments

Registered disability savings plan (RDSP)

Did you claim RDSP Income or make a RDSP repayment in 2021? (required)

What is the registered disability savings plan 

Universal child care benefit (UCCB)

Did you claim UCCB Income or make a UCCB repayment in 2021? (required)

What is the universal child care benefit 

Rent paid in 2022

Find out what was considered eligible rent (opens in new window). You might not have been able to include certain amounts depending on your marital status, if you moved, paid board or utility costs, or other factors.

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Result

Based on the amounts you entered:

Your adjusted family net income ($0) you as an individual.

Your rent paid in 2022 () was 0% of your 2021 income and did not qualify for the benefit.

Your adjusted family net income and rent may not have qualified for the benefit.

Ensure you met all the other eligibility criteria (opens in new window).

Show the math for your 2021 adjusted family net income

Your 2021 adjusted family net income for this benefit is:

  • $0 (your net income)
  • plus $0 (your spouse's net income)
  • equals $0 (your family net income)

  • $0 (your family net income)
  • minus $0 (UCCB and RDSP income)
  • plus $0 (UCCB and RDSP repayment)
  • equals $0 (your 2021 adjusted family net income)

This result is an estimate based on the information you entered.

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