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Income Exempt from Tax under the Indian Act
If you are registered or entitled to be registered under the Indian Act, your personal property, including income, is exempt from
when it is situated on a reserve.
Use this form to calculate your net exempt income if all of the following apply:
You are registered or entitled to be registered under the Indian Act
You have income that is exempt from tax under the Indian Act
For more information on the tax exemption under the Indian Act, go to canada.ca/section87-tax-exemption.
Since net exempt income is not reported on an Income Tax and Benefit Return, the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) will need
this information to calculate your Canada workers benefit for the 2023 tax year, if applicable, and your family’s provincial or
territorial benefits. The information on this form will also be used to calculate your Canada training credit limit for the 2024 tax year.
Enter, on line 7 below, the part of your federal, provincial, or territorial government COVID-19 payments that would otherwise
be taxable, but that is exempt from tax under the Indian Act.
For information about taxes and benefits for Indigenous peoples, go to canada.ca/taxes-indigenous-peoples.
Attach a copy of this form to your paper return.
Exempt working income
Employment income (box 71 of your T4 slip(s))   1
Other employment income such as tips, net research grants and income maintenance insurance plans   + 2
Net self-employment income (excluding losses)   + 3
Add lines 1 to 3. Total exempt working income 10000 = 4
Other exempt income
Canada pension plan (CPP) or Quebec pension plan (QPP) benefits   + 5
Registered retirement savings plan (RRSP) or Registered retirement income fund (RRIF) income
relating to exempt pension transfers from a registered pension plan   + 6
Federal, provincial, or territorial government COVID-19 payments received in the year
(from your T4A or T4E slip) (1)   + 7
Other pensions and superannuation   + 8
Employment Insurance (EI), Provincial parental insurance plan (PPIP) and other benefits
(box 18 of your T4E slip)   + 9
EI maternity and parental benefits and PPIP benefits included on line 9 10019  
Interest, dividends and other investment income   + 10
Net rental income (excluding losses)   + 11
Social assistance payments received from a First Nation or band council   + 12
Other sources of exempt income   + 13
Add lines 4 to 13.   = 14
Net rental losses   15
Line 14 minus line 15   = 16
Net self-employment losses   17
Line 16 minus line 17 Total exempt income   = 18
Deductions relating to exempt income above (2)   19
Line 18 minus line 19 (if negative, enter "0") Net exempt income 10026 = 20
(1) Do not include amounts related to the Canada child benefit, the GST/HST credit, or the one-time payment to persons
with disabilities and seniors.
(2) Include registered pension plan (RPP) deductions, union dues and any other deductions relating to your exempt income
that apply to your situation. For more information, go to canada.ca/taxes-deductions.
See the privacy notice on your return.
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