Pay at your bank or credit union's ATM – Payments to the CRA

You can make a payment through an automated teller machine (ATM) at most Canadian banks or credit unions.

The bank or credit union may charge you service fees.

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What you can and can't pay

Payments you can make through your bank or credit union's ATM
  • Income tax (T1) 2023 tax return
  • Income tax (T1) amount owing
  • Income tax (T1) instalment payments
  • Benefits and credit repayments:
    • Advanced Canada Workers Benefit
    • Alberta credits
    • Canada Carbon Rebate (CCR)
    • Canada Child Benefit (CCB)
    • Canada Dental Benefit
    • Climate Action Incentive (CAI)
    • COVID-19 benefits (CERB, CESB, CRB, etc.)
    • GST/HST credit (GSTC)
    • Nunavut Carbon Credit
    • One-time top-up to the Canada Housing Benefit
    • Ontario credits
    • Universal Child Care Benefit (UCCB)
  • Part XIII non-resident withholding tax
  • Section 216 tax return (T1159)
  • Underused Housing Tax (UHT)
  • Corporation income tax (T2)
  • Corporation income tax (T2) interim (instalment) payments
  • Air Travellers Security Charge (ATSC)
  • COVID-19 business subsidies (wage or hiring subsidy, rent subsidy) repayment
  • Excise duties
  • Excise tax
  • Excise tax on insurance premiums
  • Fuel charge
  • Garnishment on behalf of an employee
  • GST/HST remittances
  • Luxury tax
  • Nova Scotia Workers' Compensation Board payments
  • Part XIII non-resident withholding tax
  • Payroll source deductions
  • Softwood lumber products export charge
  • Underused Housing Tax (UHT)
  • Trust income tax (T3)
Payments you cannot make through your bank or credit union's ATM
  • Tax-free savings account (TFSA) amount owing
  • Information returns penalty
  • Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (Ontario) payments
  • Charity re-registration or penalty payment

If you can't use this method or want to pay in another way, find options for your situation by answering a few questions about what you're paying.

How to pay the amount you owe

Before you pay: You must first add the CRA as a payee in your account through your bank or credit union (online or by phone, depending on your financial institution).

You can then make a payment to the CRA by visiting your bank or credit union's ATM.

Service fees: Some banks or credit unions may charge a service fee in addition to the amount you paid.

Make your payment

Processing time

  • Considered as paid: within 1 to 2 business days
  • Updated in your CRA account up to 3 business days after the payment is received

You can confirm if we received a payment.

If your payment is not showing after 3 business days, you can resolve a payment issue.

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