Ho Thakurvet, if you received T4A then its a non-taxable income and does not appear on line 150/1500. Based on my experience, stipend/scholarships/studentship are annuity and are not taxable. I know this because, I received it from 2011 to 2015.Hi, I have a question regarding the income requirement for sponsorship of parents/grandparents. During 2018, I was working as a post-doctoral research fellow at a University for the entire year and received a stipend from which I paid provincial and federal income taxes. I received a T4A instead of a T4. My net income (line 150) on my notice of assessment includes all the stipend amount I received. I am wondering if this income will be considered an eligible income.
Moreover, I was a postdoc for more than a year, I always received salary regularly, portion of which were used to deduct fedral & provencial tax, CPP, EI, and group RRSP and T4 slips detailing all the earning and desuction.