Understanding notices and letters
Notice of assessment
A notice of assessment was sent to you because you filed a tax return or a return was filed for you.
PD7A – Statement of account for current source deductions
A PD7A, Statement of account for current source deductions, was sent to you because you have a business with employees, and you are required to send in Canada Pension Plan (CPP) contributions, Employment Insurance (EI) premiums, and income tax deductions to the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) on their behalf.
Canada child benefit notice
You have received a Canada child benefit notice (CCB) because you have applied for the CCB, or you were already getting the Canada child tax benefit or the universal child care benefit.
GST/HST credit notice
You have received a Goods and services tax/Harmonized sales tax (GST/HST) credit notice because you filed a tax return, and the information on your return was used to calculate the credit.
T2 Corporation Notice of Assessment
A Corporation notice of assessment was issued to you because you filed a tax return for a corporation, or a return was filed for you.
Goods and Services Tax/ Harmonized Sales Tax (GST/HST) Notice
The Goods and Services Tax/Harmonized Sales Tax Notice of Assessment (GST/HST) Notice of Assessment was issued to you because you filed a GST/HST return, or a return was filed for you.
T3 Trust Notice of Assessment
You have received a T3 Trust Notice of Assessment because a T3 Trust Income Tax and Information Return was filed for the trust. The information on the trust’s return was used to calculate; the tax credits allowed for the trust, if there is a refund or owing balance, and instructions on what next steps (if any) need to be taken.
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