Remitting Payments

Select the Type of Payment for detailed inforrmation:

Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) Payments

CRA-Personal Income Tax Payments

In order to make your Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) T1 (Personal Income Tax) payment, continue by:

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Add CRA as Personal Tax Payee

  • If you need to add CRA as Payee:
    • Search as add the following Payee:
      • CRA (revenue) – current-year tax return
        • Use this option to make a payment for your current tax return. You can use this option only once per return.
      • CRA (revenue) – tax amount owing
        • Use this option to pay any amount owing.
      • CRA (revenue) – tax installment
        • Use this option to make payments toward the future tax year.
      • CRA (revenue) – Canada emergency benefit repayment
        • Use this option to repay a Canada emergency response benefit, Canada emergency student benefit, a Canada recovery benefit, Canada recovery sickness benefit, or a Canada recovery caregiving benefit.
    • Enter your 9-digit social insurance number as your CRA account number (no spaces or hyphens).
      • Make sure the number is accurate so that the CRA can apply your payment correctly.

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On-line Banking Personal Tax Payment

  • If you need to add CRA as Payee – Click here.
    • Select Payee based on the type of Personal Tax Payment:
      • CRA (revenue) – current-year tax return
        • Use this option to make a payment for your current tax return. You can use this option only once per return.
      • CRA (revenue) – tax amount owing
        • Use this option to pay any amount owing.
      • CRA (revenue) – tax installment
        • Use this option to make payments toward the future tax year.
      • CRA (revenue) – Canada emergency benefit repayment
        • Use this option to repay a Canada emergency response benefit, Canada emergency student benefit, a Canada recovery benefit, Canada recovery sickness benefit, or a Canada recovery caregiving benefit.
    • Enter the amount of payment
    • Select to Post or Submit the payment
    • Print and retain your payment confirmation. Note that it can take up to 72 hours for payments to appear on your personal income tax account.
    • As CRA does not normally send out receipts of updated statement of accounts, If you need an updated personal income tax account summary, please Click here to request this from our office.

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Interac/Debit Visa/MC Payment

If you prefer, you can make your payment through either Interac or Debit Visa / Debit Mastercard. You can continue by:

  1. Click here to open the secure Interac Debit Visa/Mastercard payment (in a new window/tab).
  2. Select from the following:
    1. Individual income tax (T1) – For Personal Tax payments.
    2. Benefits and credits repayment – For other Personal payments such as Child Tax repayment etc.
  3. Select the type of payment:
    1. [current_year]- Tax return – A payment made at the same time as filing your T1 Tax Return.
    2. Instalments – an instalment payment for the current calendar year.
    3. Amount Owing – The amount you owe, as indicated on your notice of assessment/reassessment, or statement of account remittance.
    4. Tax-Free savings account (TFSA) – Make a TFSA Payment to pay the amount owing when filing a TFSA return (RC243).
    5. Canada emergency benefit repayment – Use this option to repay a Canada emergency response benefit, Canada emergency student benefit, a Canada recovery benefit, Canada recovery sickness benefit, or a Canada recovery caregiving benefit.
  4. You will then need to provide your Social Insurance Number, amount of payment etc.
  5. You will also have the ability to additional payments.
  6. You be asked to confirm the total payment.
  7. You will then select from either:
    1. Debit Visa / Debit MasterCard – Where you will be asked to provide your debit credit card information.
    2. Interac Online – You will then proceed to your select online Interac banking where you will need to log into your online banking to confirm and authorize the payment.
  8. Once the payment has bee authorized and processed through your bank you will be provided with a receipt for your payment (please retain).

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Banking (Over the Counter) Payment

To make an over-the-counter payment, you will need your Canada Revenue Agency Personal Tax (T1) Notice of Assessment (NOA). The NOA is required as it will have the bank encoded remittance on the bottom of the remittance form that the bank will take with your payment.