Federal, provincial, and territorial government rebate (Form GST490)
Form GST490, GST/HST Rebate Application for Federal, Provincial, and Territorial Governments, can be sent to us quickly and easily using our web form. Please review the information below and select "Continue" when you are ready to complete the form.
Online check list
- I have an access code. If not, go to the access code section below.
- I use a browser which supports TLS (The CRA encourages you to upgrade to TLS 1.2 so that your system is as secure as possible).
- I have completed my rebate application in Canadian funds.
- I have read the Privacy Notice Statement.
Please note that your secure session will expire after 35 minutes of inactivity.
To file your rebate you will need to enter the six-character access code you received in the mail. This access code is permanent - you can continue to use it to file future GST490 rebates. However, it cannot be used to file other types of rebates or returns.
If you have misplaced your access code or would like to change it, call Business Enquiries at 1-800-959-5525.
Confirmation of receipt
After you successfully submit your rebate, you will receive a confirmation number. This confirmation number is your proof that the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) has received your rebate. Print the page with your confirmation number and keep it with your records. Do not mail paper copies of rebates that you have submitted electronically.
After we've processed your rebate, we may have to contact you for more information. Keep all supporting documents for six years after the end of the year to which the documents relate. This applies to all rebates, whether you file them on paper or electronically.
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