Filling a tax return


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in Canada, when do children file their own taxes separate from the parrents? is it age or income?
 
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I think it depends on the age of the children. Also being separated to their parents they need to find jobs and need to pay their tax.
 
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So my sister in law has 4 children, 19, 18, and 17 all of them work but they are not independant. they still live at home with parrents, ...etc they are also going to school

do they file their own taxes?
 
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If the kids earn income, they have to file their own tax return. The parents may still be able to claim certain credits or deductions even though the kids file their own returns.
 
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When a child who dependent on their return and under age 19 or under age 24 and a full-time student , must file their own taxes, if the child satisfying following conditions:
• Totally self- employment earnings are more than $400.
• Gross income is above $950 or earned income (up to $5,800) plus $300.
• Earned income above $5,800.
• Unearned income above $950.
 
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If a child is a full time student then at the age of 24, he has to start paying the taxes else the age is 19 years and it also depends on the income of the child if he is above 24 and his salary is above $400, then he has to the taxes separately from his parents.
 
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