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Do I declare maternity UIF on my tax return?

Posted 4 October 2012 under Tax Q&A


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Hi Tim, I was on maternity leave for 4 months of the 2012 tax year. During this period my employee paid 75% of my income and the balance I claimed from the labour department. Please could let me know if this will affect how I file for 2012? Are there changes I need to be aware of?

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TaxTim TaxTim says:
29 September 2012 at 11:43

UIF income is not taxable and specifically exempt under the Tax Act. You will not need to submit this on your Income Tax Return.


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235 DAYS
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2017


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