Personal Income Tax Course

We are now offering instructor-led virtual courses.

The Personal Income Tax Course is for individuals who want to be able to file tax returns for themselves and for other Canadians.


Course Information:

The course contents are available online for both Self-Learning Correspondence & Instructor-Led virtual Courses and are tax-deductible. Self-Learning Correspondence courses must be completed in 16 weeks and Instructor-Led virtual courses can be completed in 5 weeks. All exams and Quizzes are open-book and performed Online. Your receipts and Certificates are available from your Online Moodle Course account. The course content is updated on a continuous basis.

The Text Book is updated in July. For the Self-Learning Correspondence option, you can request that the textbook be shipped to you during the online checkout process or call us at 1-877-SOFTRON (763-8766) and schedule a time for you to pick up the text book at our Softron Head Office. The course includes TaxTron professional tax software for T1 & T2 for the prior tax filing year. Self-Learning Correspondence courses are available throughout the year and can be taken at anytime.

Topics Covered:
  • Employment Income
  • U.S. Employment Income
  • Pension Splitting
  • Interest and Investment Income
  • Foreign Pension
  • Dividend Income
  • Disposition of Stocks and Mutual Funds
  • Child Care Expenses
  • Moving Expenses
  • Registered Retirement Saving Plans
  • Home Buyer’s Plan
  • Attendant Care Expenses
  • Tuition amount
  • Seniors Tax Returns
  • Medical Expenses
  • Charitable Donations
  • Separation & Spousal Amount
  • Alimony & Child Support
  • Overview of Rental and Business Income
  • Resident and Non-Resident tax implications
  • New immigrant tax returns
  • Climate action incentive credit
  • GST Credit and Child Benefit
  • Ontario Trillium benefit
  • Rent & Property Tax Credits
  • Canada Workers Benefit

Personal Income Tax Course

The Personal Income Tax Course is for individuals who want to be able to file tax returns for themselves and for other Canadians.


Covers all the steps involved in becoming an E-filer
  1. Employment Income
  2. U.S. Employment Income
  3. Pension Splitting
  4. Interest and Investment Income
  5. Foreign Pension
  6. Dividend Income
  7. Disposition of Stocks and Mutual Funds
  8. Child Care Expenses
  9. Moving Expenses
  10. Registered Retirement Saving Plans
  11. Home Buyer’s Plan
  12. Attendant Care Expenses
  13. Tuition amount
  14. Seniors Tax Returns
  15. Medical Expenses
  16. Charitable Donations
  17. Separation & Spousal Amount
  18. Alimony & Child Support
  19. Overview of Rental and Business Income
  20. Resident and Non-Resident tax implications
  21. New immigrant tax returns
  22. Climate action incentive credit
  23. GST Credit and Child Benefit
  24. Ontario Trillium benefit
  25. Rent & Property Tax Credits
  26. Canada Workers Benefit