The Government of Canada is committed to making tax filing easier for the most vulnerable Canadians, and is working to ensure that these individuals have access to the benefits and credits to which they are entitled, including the Canada child benefit.
This year, as a result of a number of new services that the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) has put in place, it has never been simpler and quicker to prepare an income tax return. Canadians have only a few more weeks to file their return.
One of the major commitments of the Government of Canada is to make tax filing easier so that the most vulnerable Canadians have access to all the credits and benefits to which they are entitled, including the Canada child benefit. That is why the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) is introducing concrete measures to reduce barriers for them.
The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) is continuously working to improve its services to make it easier for Canadians to file their tax returns and access the credits and benefits to which they are entitled.
Strengthening tax fairness by working with international partners to crack down on tax evasion and aggressive tax avoidance is a key commitment for the Government of Canada and will help to ensure that the tax system is fair for all Canadians.
The Government of Canada is committed to ensuring that the tax system is fair to all Canadians. To that end, the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) is working with its international partners to combat offshore tax evasion and aggressive tax avoidance by enhancing information sharing and refining its practices.
The Government of Canada continues to work to provide Canadians with high-quality service that will help them manage their tax and benefits online, anytime and anywhere. It will now be easier for Canadians to update and share their direct deposit banking information quickly and safely between the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA), and Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC).
In light of recent media coverage concerning the Province of Prince Edward Island’s new Grandparents and Care Provides program, the Honourable Diane Lebouthillier, Minister of National Revenue issued the following statement:
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