Learn about changes for tax professionals and tax preparers for the 2016 tax-filing season.
It is possible that the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) will contact you by phone for legitimate tax reasons.
Congratulations! If you have a new baby or have a baby on the way, there are plenty of credits and benefits you may be eligible to receive.
Did you know? The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) has a new program that offers rewards to individuals who provide precise details about Canadians hiding money or assets offshore and not paying the taxes they owe.
Did you know? If you bought your home in 2015, the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) has tax credits and a program that may help you save money.
Did you know? If your marital status changes, it's important to let the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) know as soon as possible.
Did you know? There are several credits and benefits designed for seniors.
Did you know? There are changes and enhancements to existing services, credits, and amounts for individual taxpayers for the 2016 tax-filing season!
Taxpayers who own specified foreign property costing more than $100,000 but less than $250,000 throughout the year can now file Form T1135, Foreign Income Verification Statement using a new simplified reporting method.
If you have a question about your income tax or the benefits you are currently receiving, you can log into My Account, My Business Account, or Represent a Client to get the information you need.
If you are hearing or speech impaired and thinking about using an operator-assisted relay service, you should know that authorizing a relay service company is not the same as authorizing a representative for tax purposes.
November is Financial Literacy Month in Canada. Financial literacy is defined as having the knowledge, skills and confidence to make responsible financial decisions at any stage of your life. The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) is proud to celebrate Financial Literacy Month and offers the following facts and helpful planning tips.
Since 1971, through the Community Volunteer Income Tax Program (CVITP), the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) has supported community organizations that provide volunteer assistance to eligible individuals who need help to prepare their income tax and benefit returns.
The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) has two free educator-led products for teachers to teach students about the importance of taxes and the impact taxes have on the economic and social well-being of Canadians.
The Canada Revenue Agency's (CRA) Self-Assessment and Learning Tool (SALT) is designed to help you understand the eligibility requirements of the Scientific Research and Experimental Development (SR&ED) Program.