Canadian National Academy of Osteopathy students are permitted now to claim for tax credits for the NAO tuition, textbooks & educational expenses (up to $5580) they paid to study manual osteopathy as per Income Tax Act of Canada.
Full time NAO students can claim $4800 in tuition tax credit, and $780 for textbooks credit (total $5580) for the 12 months Diploma in Osteopathic Manual Practice program. Students in the six months DOMP program can claim $2400 for tuition tax credit and $390 for textbooks credit (total $2790).
Part time NAO student can claim $2880 for tuition tax credit and $480 for textbooks tax credit (total of $3360) for the 2 years program. Students in the 12 months part time program can claim $1440 for tuition tax credit and $240 for textbooks tax credit (total of $1680).
This applies to any NAO students who registered in 2014 and for the next 5 years.