A friend who has HST number for UBER also worked as a Background Performer, for which he didn't get paid HST. Can he claim ITC and put that income as exempt on GST34?

My question is: can he still claim the ITC for the expenses paid while doing his job as background performer even though his income (on T4A) does not include HST?

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Where are you going with this.

Is it a different job where he make less than 30,000 Ann and with the other job does he make more than the 30,000 then yes he must collect HST from both jobs, he has to claim HST on all his income of self employment (T4A)

Once he claims the HST collected on all revenues, then yes he can claim ITC from all jobs

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