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The Canadian government introduced the Digital News Subscription Tax Credit that Winnipeg Free Press subscribers can claim on their personal income tax and benefit return from the years 2020 to 2024.
Only digital subscriptions are eligible for tax credit, but if you have a print newspaper subscription, you can also claim the credit using the qualifying standalone digital subscription rate of $16.99 plus GST per month.
DIGITAL-ONLY SUBSCRIBERS (No Newspaper Delivery)
You can claim the total amount paid for your Winnipeg Free Press digital subscription during the year.
PRINT NEWSPAPER SUBSCRIBERS
Your subscription includes digital access, and you can claim the cost of a Winnipeg Free Press standalone digital subscription.
If you paid more for your print newspaper subscription, only the maximum qualifying amounts above are eligible to claim on your tax return. If you paid less than the maximum qualifying amounts above, you can claim the full amount paid for your subscription.
All subscribers please note:
The Winnipeg Free Press will email a Subscription Receipt to the primary email address on file for all subscription accounts by the end of February. This receipt will detail the amount paid for your subscription during the year and the amount you are eligible to claim for the Digital News Subscription Tax Credit on your tax return.
For more information visit Canada Revenue Agency: Digital news subscription tax credit.
Are you a print newspaper subscriber but you have not created an online account to receive unlimited digital access that is included as part of your subscription? Click the button below to create an online account.
Once you have created an online account, make sure to link it to your print newspaper subscription to receive unlimited digital access.
If you have questions please email Digital Feedback at firstname.lastname@example.org.