Pay by wire transfer for non-residents
Non-residents who do not have a Canadian bank account can make payments to the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) by wire transfer.
See Chart of available payment methods to view which payments can be made by wire transfer.
Wire transfers for submitting your non-resident GST/HST security deposit are not available at this time.
What you need to know
All wire transfers must be in Canadian dollars.
The Bank of Nova Scotia does not deduct any fees before forwarding the payment to the Canada Revenue Agency. Your financial institution may have standard charges that apply to wire transfer payments. Make sure that your financial institution does not deduct the wire transfer fee from the total payment amount due as this will result in an underpayment.
You will need the following information to transfer funds to the CRA's account:
Name of banking institution:
The Bank of Nova Scotia
Toronto Business Services Centre
40 King Street West
Canada M5H 1H1
Bank number: 002
Transit number: 47696
Canadian Clearing Code/Routing Code: //CC000247696
Beneficiary name: The Receiver General for Canada
Beneficiary account number: 476961134515
Description field: Authorization number: 122-22715
Charges field: OUR
To avoid processing delays include the following information with your wire transfer:
- social insurance number
- full legal name
- date of birth
- telephone number
- tax year
- remittance (see below)
- business number
- business name
- period end date
- fiscal year
- Provide a copy of your tax remittance or GST/HST return/remittance by fax to the CRA:
- Attention: Revenue Processing Section
- Fax: 204-983-0924
Avoid late fees
You are responsible for making sure the CRA receives your payment by the payment due date. If you are using a third-party service provider, you must clearly understand the terms and conditions of the services you are using.
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