Manitoba’s Tuition Fee Rebate helps young people build futures

By providing post-secondary graduates with a 60 per cent income tax rebate on their eligible tuition fees, the Manitoba Tuition Fee Income Tax Rebate helps young people pay for their education while they live and work in Manitoba.
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Students who graduated with a degree, diploma or certificate from a post-secondary institution recognized by the Canada Revenue Agency on or after January 1, 2007 and now work and pay taxes in Manitoba can benefit from the Manitoba Tuition Fee Income Tax Rebate.
It doesn’t matter if their post-secondary training took place in Manitoba or elsewhere.
How it works
Graduates may be entitled to receive up to a 60 per cent income tax rebate on tuition fees paid to a maximum benefit of $25,000.
Here are some examples of what this rebate could mean to you:
Sample tuition fees      60% Rebate
$40,000                              $24,000
$25,000                              $15,000
$5,000                                 $3,000
Post-secondary students, who are residents in Manitoba, can also apply for a five per cent refundable Tuition Fee Income Tax Rebate Advance while they are going to school.
Making your claim
Graduates can claim their tuition fee rebate on their personal income tax return. Simply complete the T1005 – Manitoba Tuition Fee Income Tax Rebate.
Find out more
To find out more about how Manitoba’s Tuition Fee Income Tax Rebate or the Advance can help put money in your pocket as you put down roots in Manitoba, please call the Manitoba Tax Assistance Office at 204-948-2115 or toll-free at 1-800-782-0771.

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