Tax information slips related to employment income and expenses for the 2021 tax year (T4, T4A and T2200/ TP-64.3-V) are now available through Carleton Central.

To access your tax information slips online, log into Carleton Central, click on ‘Employee Services’ and select ‘Tax Forms.’ Further information on accessing your slips can be found on the Payroll website.

Home office expenses

For 2021, the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) has extended the temporary flat-rate method for home office expense deductions. Under CRA’s flat-rate method, eligible employees can claim $2 for each day worked from home in 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, up to a maximum of $500. The flat-rate method requires no form and has no requirement to keep documents to support the claim.

As an alternative to the flat-rate method, there is a detailed method using the Declaration of Conditions of Employment for Working at Home Due to COVID-19 (T2200S) form for employees seeking to deduct their actual employment expenses. Note that you cannot claim any expenses reimbursed by Carleton. The eligibility criteria for both methods are on the CRA website.

Human Resources has made T2200S forms available electronically for all employees who qualify (i.e., any employee who was required to work from home at any point in 2021). A link to these forms can be found in the Tax Forms section of Carleton Central. There is an alternate form for Quebec residents (TP-64.3-V), which is also available in the Tax Forms section of Carleton Central.

Please note that Carleton cannot provide legal or tax advice regarding an employee’s eligibility or eligible expenses.

Should you have any issues accessing these forms, please contact Payroll Services (

For more information:

CRA Home Office Expenses Guide:

T2200S Form:

TP-64.3-V form (Quebec residents only):