For Single Seniors:
Enter the amount in Line 150 of your Canada Revenue Agency Notice of Assessment.
For example, if your household income is $45,000, you would enter that below.
For Married/Common Law Seniors:
Pharmacare uses Line 150 of the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) Notice of Assessment.
If income splitting applies, Pharmacare uses Line 150 (Total Income)
minus Line 210 (Deduction for elected split-pension amount)
for the person whose income is being split,
and Line 150 for the other person in the couple.
To calculate your total household income,
add the amount in Line 150 of the CRA Notice of Assessment for both you
and your partner. If you pension split, reduce the total by Line 210 of
the CRA Notice of Assessment of the person whose pension is split.