Form TD1, Personal Tax Credits Return is a form used in Canada to determine the amount of tax to be deducted from an individual's employment income or other income, such as pension.
In this article, we cover:
Completing TD1 form
Because federal and provincial tax rates and credits differ, there are provincial and federal forms that need to be completed and uploaded to the Remote platform.
- TD1 is the national document that all employees resident in Canada must complete.
- Additional TD1 forms apply to specific provinces. These are labeled with extra letters, i.e. “TD1NB” which refers to “TD1 New Brunswick” and “TD1ON” is an abbreviation for “TD1 Ontario”. If you are an employee, you will need to complete both a federal and a provincial form and submit it to your employer(Remote).
Note: As an employee, you need to fill out a provincial form based on where you live, not where you work.
For more information and to view the form, please visit TD1 forms for 2023 for pay received on January 1, 2023 or later.
Submitting TD1 form
Tax forms are a mandatory item to be completed during onboarding. You will be prompted to complete and upload these forms to your Documents tab after you've completed self-enrollment on the Remote platform.
See also: Employee Onboarding Overview
You will receive email reminders until you complete the form upload.
Here is what you can expect:
- You will receive an email when your self-enrollment with the Remote platform is complete.
- You will receive a reminder email 2 days before your start date if you haven’t yet completed the form upload.
- You will receive another email reminder on your start date.
- You will receive an email two days after your start date.
Frequently asked questions
- You can find the provincial form for Quebec here.
- The Ministry of Finances updated the tax credit amounts in March 2023. In order for you to take advantage of the updates in 2023, please fill out the 2023-07 version form. The form covers the salary paid after June 30, 2023, and before January 1, 2024.
- Section 1, Section 2, line 10, and Section 6 are required to be completed.
- You can leave the Employee number field blank on the form. This applies to the Quebec form as well.
- The amount you add in Additional tax to be deducted field will be deducted per check (semi-monthly) and NOT annual. This applies to as well.
- How to update the additional tax withholding?
- To remove the additional tax withholding, you need to provide a revised TD1 form that does not include any additional withholding amount. It is imperative that we have supporting documentation for any changes in the employee's taxes for our records. Please upload to in your Remote profile and notify us at so our team can update your payroll promptly.