Pay in person at your bank

During the labour disruption, there may be delays in processing payments made by cheque or in person at financial institutions. The payment deadlines have not changed. Your payment date will be confirmed by the postmark or by the date of payment at a financial institution. Once your payment is processed by the CRA, your account will indicate the accurate date the payment was made.

You can make a payment to the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) by visiting your Canadian bank, financial institution or credit union.

You must bring a personalized remittance voucher so that the payment can be properly applied to your tax account by the CRA. Financial institutions do not accept photocopies of remittance vouchers or any other type of payment form.

If you do not have a remittance voucher

You can order personalized remittance vouchers and in some cases print your own. See Order remittance vouchers or payment forms.

How long it takes

Payments are considered paid to the CRA at the time indicated by the date stamped on the remittance voucher or receipt. To avoid fees and interest, please make sure you pay on time.

Other ways to pay

Available payment methods depend on the type of payment you are making. See Payments to the CRA.

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