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Informing your non-resident suppliers registered under the simplified GST/HST framework of your registration status

Under the new GST/HST measures for supplies of cross-border digital products and services, as well as platform-based short-term accommodation, non-resident suppliers, including digital platform operators, may be required to register under a simplified GST/HST framework and collect the GST/HST in respect of those supplies. If you are purchasing products or services from suppliers registered under the simplified GST/HST framework, and you are registered under the normal GST/HST rules, you must provide proof of registration to these suppliers to ensure they do not charge GST/HST on such supplies. Failing to provide this information may result in difficulties in recovering the GST/HST you paid on those supplies since the GST/HST paid cannot be claimed as an input tax credit or a rebate.

For more detailed information on recovering the GST/HST paid on supplies acquired from suppliers registered under the simplified registration regime, please consult GST/HST Notice 322.

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After you successfully submit your return and any applicable rebates, you will receive a confirmation number. This confirmation number is your proof that the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) has received your information. Print the page with your confirmation number and keep it with your records. Do not mail paper copies of returns or rebates that you have submitted electronically.

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