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Income tax in Canada

Requirements for drivers

The Canadian Revenue Agency (CRA) requires that you file income tax each year. We want to make sure you feel prepared when tax time comes. Learn how taxes work and what it means for drivers.

Overview

Income tax

As an Uber partner, you’re self-employed. This means you won’t receive a T4 slip from Uber and it’s your responsibility to pay your income tax at tax time. This is because income tax will not have been deducted from the income you made with Uber throughout the year.

We want to help drivers understand and meet their tax obligations. Important tax information—from earnings to potential expenses—is available on your Tax Summary on your Uber profile.

Remember, your tax situation is different from everyone else’s. We encourage you to work with tax professional when filing your taxes.

Tax information on your Uber profile

The total income you’ve made with Uber can be found on your Annual Tax Summary. Your Annual Tax Summary also contains potentially deductible expenses, such as fees and mileage.

Where to find your Tax Summary

  1. Log into partners.uber.com
  2. Click on Tax Summary

Potential eligible business expenses

Here are some business costs you may be able to claim full or partial tax deductions for. A tax professional can review your unique tax situation and ensure you’ve included the correct expenses.

Such business expenses can include:

  • Mileage
  • Maintenance expenses (Gas, oil, windshield washer fluid, new tires, tune-ups, etc.)
  • Vehicle insurance
  • Tolls or parking costs
  • Cell phone expenses
  • Uber booking fees
  • Freebies for riders (Water, candy, etc.)

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