Services Not Eligible for the Tax Credit – House

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Services are not eligible for the tax credit for home-support services for seniors when they are provided:

  • outside Québec
  • by your spouse or a dependant
  • by a member of a professional order, such as a chartered accountant, notary or podiatrist (however, nursing services qualify for the tax credit)
  • by a residence in which you are living temporarily (convalescence)
  • by a dry cleaning business

Expenses are not eligible for the tax credit if they are incurred:

  • for maintenance and supply services provided for a dwelling other than your dwelling
  • for services related to construction, repair or renovation work 
  • for services requiring a certificate of competency issued under the Building Act (such as services provided by an electrician, painter, plumber or carpenter)
  • to reserve your place in a private seniors' residence
  • to purchase or rent a monitoring bracelet
  • for the installation of a panic button 
  • for the installation and use of an alarm, emergency or intercom system

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