Calculate income that you received from other sources. Use the following definitions:
Net rental income: net income earned (or loss incurred) and reported to CRA from rental property.
Investment and interest income: income reported to and accepted by CRA from dividend payments, interest, stocks, bonds and other investments and, interest on savings deposits.
Pension income: income from Old Age Security, Canada/Quebec Pension Plan, other pensions, superannuation and annuity payments from Canadian sources. Do not include Guaranteed Income Supplement (GIS) payments.
Maternity/parental/sickness benefits: maternity, parental and sickness benefits paid under the Employment Insurance Act are considered income. Other payments such as employment insurance and federal training allowances are not considered as income.
Other sources of income: include income you have received and will continue to receive on a regular basis that is not included above (e.g. spousal, child support). Specify the source of the income on the form.
You cannot include provincial instruction and training allowances, social assistance, child tax benefits, guaranteed income supplement or employment insurance payments.
Add all income received from other sources and enter the result on line 11 in section 13.B.