The Tax calculator for OTB http://www.rev.gov.on.ca/en/taxcredits/CalculatorQuestions.asp referred by ProFile is based on 2010 and produces credits up to June 2012. Does one exist for 2011 which will produce July 2012 and onwards results?

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There is a message about 2011 OTB calculator on the Ministry of Finance Ontario site when you click the link that I  posted earlier on.  The message says:

2011 Tax Credit Calculator - Please note: We are updating our tax credit calculator to serve you better!

You and your family may be eligible for Ontario tax credits and benefits. Come back in late February to see how much you could get by filing your 2011 personal income tax return.

Until then, you can use the calculator below to see what you may be eligible to receive by filing your 2010 personal income tax return.
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