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Ontario Healthy Homes Renovation Tax Credit
T1 General – 2015
Complete this schedule if you had eligible home renovation expenses and you are claiming the Ontario healthy homes renovation tax
credit. For more information, see line 4 on page 8 of the Ontario forms book.
Attach a copy of this schedule to your return. Do not include receipts, but keep them in case we ask to see them at a later date.
Note: Use an additional sheet of paper if you need more space.
Date of final
Supplier or contractor
Total eligible expenses
Amount of government assistance received or receivable included in the amount on line 1
Line 1 minus line 2
Amount of Ontario healthy homes renovation expenses claimed by other eligible individuals included in the
amount on line 1 (see notes below)
Home renovation expenses
Line 3 minus line 4
Enter this amount beside box 6311 of your Form ON479.
You and your spouse or common-law partner can share the Ontario healthy homes renovation tax credit but the amount that can be
claimed cannot be more than the amount that would be allowed if only one of you were claiming this credit. For exceptions, see page 8
of the Ontario forms book.
You can claim this credit as long as another person has not already claimed the same eligible expenses.
If you share a principal residence with a group of people, the maximum amount of eligible expenses for that residence that can be
claimed by the group is the lesser of $10,000 and the amount of eligible expenses that the group paid or incurred.
If on December 31, 2015, you and your spouse or common-law
partner occupied separate principal residences for medical reasons,
claim the Ontario healthy homes renovation tax credit individually
and enter his or her address beside box 6089.
Address of the property
Were the home renovations made at the address you entered on page 1 of your return? If yes, tick this box.
If no, enter the address of the property where the home renovations were made.
See the privacy notice on your return.