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  • CCTB: Application and Eligibility
    days and has to include the first day of any month and the last day of the previous month A temporary shared custody arrangement must be for more than 4 weeks and has to include the first day of any month and the last day of the previous month 7 When should I apply for the Canada Child Tax Benefit Generally you should apply for the CCTB as soon aspossible after your child is born a child starts to live with you or you and your spouse or common law partner meet the eligibility conditions see question 4 You should not delay applying as your application is considered late if it includes a period that started more than 11 months ago If your application is late you must attach clear photocopies including both sides of all pages of the following documents for the entire period proof of citizenship status for example a Canadian birth certificate or immigration status in Canada for you and your spouse or common law partner if you have one proof that you resided in Canada such as a lease agreement rent receipts utility bills or bank statements proof of birth for each child and proof that you were the person who is primarily responsible for the care and upbringing of the child ren 8 How do I apply for the Canada Child Tax Benefit If you are the parent of a newborn living in a participating province you may now apply for the CCTB using the Automated Benefits Application ABA service You will find all the information you need to use the ABA service in the provincial territorial birth registration package provided by your province or territory If you do not live in a participating province complete Form RC66 Canada Child Benefits Application or apply online on My Account by using the Apply for child benefits service If you have provided your consent to use the ABA service on the provincial territorial birth registration form you must not re apply online or complete an RC66 for the child Re applying may result in a delay in processing your ABA application and issuing payments If you and your spouse or common law partner were residents of Canada for any part of 2010 you must both file a 2010 return before we can calculate your benefit To continue getting the CCTB you both have to file a return every year even if you have no income to report There are certain situations where you may be required to complete additional forms or provide extra documentation with your application a If any of the following applies to you you will also have to complete the schedule RC66SCH Status in Canada Statement of Income You and or your spouse or common law partner are not Canadian citizens You and or your spouse or common law partner have become new Canadian citizens within the last 12 months You and or your spouse or common law partner have become residents of Canada
    http://www.cra-arc.gc.ca/bnfts/cctb/fq_qlfyng-eng.html (2012-05-09)

  • CCTB: Calculation and payment information
    calling us unless you have other CRA products deposited into that same account If for any reason we cannot deposit a payment into your account we will mail a cheque to you at the address we have on file 5 How do I change my banking information if I receive my payments by direct deposit If you get your payments by direct deposit and your banking information changes use My Account or send us a completed Form T1 DD 1 Direct Deposit Request Individuals You cannot change your banking information by calling us unless you have other CRA products deposited into that same account 6 What happens to Canada Child Tax Benefit CCTB payments if the recipient dies If an individual dies who was receiving CCTB payments for a child the child s new caregiver should contact us and give us the date of the recipient s death We may still send out a payment after the date of death because we are not aware of the death If this happens please return the payment to us with a brief letter of explanation to the tax centre that serves your area If you are the surviving spouse or common law partner of the deceased individual and you lived with that person at the time of his or her death in most cases you won t have to complete a new CCTB application If certain requirements have been met the children will be automatically transferred to your account If you are any other caregiver such as grandparent or guardian you will have to complete Form RC66 Canada Child Benefits Application and send it to us or you can also use the Apply for child benefits online service on My Account to report this change to the CRA Note If you are the new caregiver and the deceased individual was receiving payments under provincial or territorial child benefit programs that we administer you do not have to apply separately to qualify for these payments We will use the information from Form RC66 to determine if you are eligible for these programs 7 When do we recalculate your CCTB We will recalculate your benefit and send you a Canada Child Tax Benefit Notice showing our revised calculation every July based on the returns that you and your spouse or common law partner filed for the previous year after each reassessment of either your tax return or your spouse or common law partner s tax return that affects the calculation of your benefit after a child for whom you receive the CCTB turns 18 the last payment you will receive will be for the month of his or her birthday and after you tell us about changes to your situation that could affect your benefit see When to contact us about your CCTB 8 What happens if you owe money for CCTB If you received a CCTB overpayment please refer to our Balance owing Benefits overpayment page Top of Page 9 How are the
    http://www.cra-arc.gc.ca/bnfts/cctb/fq_pymnts-eng.html (2012-05-09)

  • When should you contact the CRA about your CCTB
    back 3 Your marital status has changed If your marital status changes be sure to let us know as this may affect the amount of CCTB to which you are entitled a You are now married or living common law Complete Form RC65 Marital Status Change or inform us of your new status and the date of the change in a letter You must include your spouse or common law partner s name address and social insurance number Be sure that both you and your spouse sign the form or letter You can send the completed form or letter to the tax centre that serves your area We will recalculate your benefit based on the number of children you have and their ages your province or territory of residence and your family net income If you or your new spouse or common law partner have children who are residing with you we will move all the children to the female parent s account If you are married or living common law with a person of the same sex one of you will receive the CCTB for all the children To continue receiving the CCTB you and your spouse or common law partner have to file a return every year even if you have no income to report b You are now separated widowed or divorced Complete Form RC65 Marital Status Change or inform us in a letter of your new status and the date of the change You can send the completed form or letter to the tax centre that serves your area We will recalculate your benefit based on the number of children you have and their ages your province or territory of residence and your net income Note You are separated if you have been living apart from
    http://www.cra-arc.gc.ca/bnfts/cctb/cctb_cntct-eng.html (2012-05-09)

  • Canada Child Tax Benefit/related provincial and territorial benefits calculator
    map Information for Individuals Business Other groups Search CRA Enter a search term Canada Child Tax Benefit related provincial and territorial benefits calculator To estimate the amount of Canada Child Tax Benefit as well as any benefit from related provincial or territorial programs delivered by the Canada Revenue Agency to which you may be entitled you can use this calculator Calculations are based on the information you enter in the
    http://www.cra-arc.gc.ca/bnfts/clcltr/cctb_clcltr-eng.html (2012-05-09)

  • CCTB Calculation sheets
    for Individuals Business Other groups Search CRA Enter a search term CCTB Calculation sheets Calculation sheet for the July 2012 to June 2013 payments 2011 tax year Calculation sheet for the July 2011 to June 2012 payments 2010 tax year Calculation sheet for the July 2010 to June 2011 payments 2009 tax year Calculation sheet for the July 2009 to June 2010 payments 2008 tax year Calculation sheet for the
    http://www.cra-arc.gc.ca/bnfts/cctb/clcltn_sht-eng.html (2012-05-09)

  • Guideline tables
    NCBS Guideline Table effective July 2011 June 2012 2010 tax year NCBS only Guideline Table effective July 2011 June 2012 2010 tax year CCTB NCBS Guideline Table effective July 2010 June 2011 2009 tax year NCBS only Guideline Table effective July 2010 June 2011 2009 tax year CCTB NCBS Guideline Table effective July 2009 June 2010 2008 tax year NCBS only Guideline Table effective July 2009 June 2010 2008 tax
    http://www.cra-arc.gc.ca/bnfts/cctb/gd_tbls-eng.html (2012-05-09)

  • Canada Child Tax Benefit (CCTB) payment amounts Tax years 2007 to 2011
    37 885 40 726 40 970 41 544 42 707 Benefit reduction rates one child 2 2 2 2 2 Benefit reduction rates two or more children 4 4 4 4 4 NCBS amount for first child 2 025 2 076 2 088 2 118 2 177 NCBS amount for second child 1 792 1 837 1 848 1 873 1 926 NCBS amount for each additional child 1 704 1 747 1 758 1 782 1 832 NCBS threshold 21 287 23 710 23 855 24 183 24 863 NCBS phase out rate one child 12 2 12 2 12 2 12 2 12 2 NCBS phase out rate two children 23 0 23 0 23 0 23 0 23 0 NCBS phase out rate three or more children 33 3 33 3 33 3 33 3 33 3 Child Disability Amount CDB 2 395 2 455 2 470 2 504 2 575 CDB base threshold one child 37 885 40 726 40 970 41 544 42 707 CDB phase out rate one child 2 2 2 2 2 CDB phase out rate two children 4 4 4 4 4 CDB phase out rate three or more children 4
    http://www.cra-arc.gc.ca/bnfts/cctb/cctb_pymnts-eng.html (2012-05-09)

  • Approximate family income level where the recipient will no longer receive the CCTB
    for Individuals Business Other groups Search CRA Enter a search term Approximate family income level where the recipient will no longer receive the CCTB Universal Child Care Benefit UCCB or Registered Disability Savings Plan RDSP will not be included as part of your adjusted family net income in the calculation of your CCTB Income levels are for the 2011 tax year If you are entitled CCTB payments for this tax
    http://www.cra-arc.gc.ca/bnfts/cctb/cctb_ncms-eng.html (2012-05-09)