My Account for Individuals
Some taxpayers may have received an email notification from the CRA. We are encouraging those who don’t yet have a My Account to register for one. With My Account, you can view CRA mail or check to see if you have any uncashed cheques.
To make your account more secure, email addresses in My Account are now required
As of February 7, 2022, all My Account users will need to have an email address on file with the CRA to help protect their online accounts from fraudulent activity. If you do not currently have an email address on file, you will be prompted to provide one when you sign in.
The CRA has added multi-factor authentication
The CRA has added multi-factor authentication for all users to help make your CRA sign-in services more secure! To ensure everyone can use it, we’ve introduced a new passcode grid option. Learn more at Multi-factor authentication to access CRA sign-in services.
If your CRA user ID and password have been revoked
Some taxpayers may have received a notification that their CRA user ID and password have been revoked. Visit CRA user ID and password have been revoked for more information.
Try My Account’s new look and feel!
My Account has a new look! Check it out – sign in and select “Try the new My Account BETA”. It features an improved look and feel, and it’s easier to use. To learn more: My Account – What’s new - Canada.ca
My Account is a secure portal that lets you view your personal income tax and benefit information and manage your tax affairs online.
Choose from one of three ways to access My Account:
Note: Before you can register using option 1 or 2, you must have filed your income tax and benefit return for the current tax year or the previous one.
Option 1 – Using one of our Sign-In Partners
Sign in or register with the same sign-in information you use for other online services (for example, online banking).
View list of Sign-In Partners
Option 2 – Using a CRA user ID and password
Option 3 – Using a provincial partner
Sign in with your MyAlberta Digital ID or BC Services Card.
View list of provincial partners
Representatives (including friends and family members) can access My Account on behalf of someone else using Represent a Client.
To make an online payment, go to Make a payment. You can also set up a payment plan through My Account.
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