Payments to the Canada Revenue Agency
Make a payment. CRA's payment and collections services.
Beginning October 22, 2018, mail delivery in all regions across Canada may be interrupted or delayed by a possible postal disruption at Canada Post. This may affect some CRA services; however, you still have to meet your tax obligations.
Due to the disruption, the December Canada child benefit cheque and its related provincial and territorial amounts will be delivered by Canada Post by December 17, 2018. Direct deposit users will still receive their December CCB payment by December 13.
To help avoid delays issuing benefit payments, the CRA may be releasing benefit cheques earlier than usual. If you are a benefit recipient, make sure you do not cash your cheque until the date on the cheque. Visit our postal disruption web page for more information.
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Options for paying taxes online, in person, or using a third-party service provider.
What to do if you cannot pay in full now.
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How the CRA collects debts. Services and information that can help you meet your payment obligations.
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