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The adapted work premium is a refundable tax credit granted to an individual belonging to a household that includes an adult with a severely limited capacity for employment.
The amount granted to individuals is calculated based on the individual’s work income and family situation. The individuals may claim the work premium while filing the income tax return or at any other moment, if he or she wants to receive it in the form of advanced payments.
When, for a given year, an individual is entitled to both the work premium and the adapted work premium, he or she may request the greater amount of either the work premium or adapted work premium.
Dependent child A child under 18, or a child 18 or over who is enrolled in vocational training at the secondary level or in a post-secondary program.
Full-time studentA person pursuing vocational training at the secondary level or post-secondary studies who is in either of the following situations:
Since the clientele and conditions can vary depending on the services, the information is provided under each service.
The maximum amounts for the adapted work premium are as follows for the 2016 taxation year:
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