Tax slips: Get a copy of your slips
Get your T4, T5, T3, T2202, RC62, RC210 or RRSP slips
Slips are prepared by your employer, payer, or administrator. You should have received most of your slips (including your T4, T4A, and T5 slips) and receipts by the end of February. However, T3, and T5013 slips do not have to be sent before the end of March.
To get your OAS, EI or CCB slips, sign in to Service Canada.
If your tax slip is late or lost
Ask your employer or the issuer of the slip for a copy.
If you don’t expect to get a tax slip
You have 2 options:
- Option 1:
Get your tax slip from the CRA
You may be able to get slips for the current and past years from the CRA if the issuer has sent them to us.
If you use My Account, you may be able to view your tax slips online.
- By phone:
Get tax slips by phone
- Before you call
To verify your identify, you'll need:
- Social Insurance Number
- full name and date of birth
- your complete address
- details from your notice of assessment or reassessment, proof of income, or other tax document
If you are calling the CRA on behalf of someone else, you must be an authorized representative.
- Telephone number
Yukon, Northwest Territories and Nunavut:
Outside Canada and U.S. (operates in ET):
Table 1 Day Hours Mon to Fri 9 am to 5 pm (local time) Sat and Sun Closed
Closed on public holidays.
- Option 2:
Estimate your income without tax slips
If you can't get a slip in time to file your taxes, you can estimate your income manually. Add up your pay stubs or financial statements to estimate the income to report, and any related deductions and credits you can claim.
Include a note with your return stating the name and address of the issuer of the slip, the type of income, and what you are doing to get the slip.
- If you file electronically: Keep all of your documents in case the CRA asks to see them later.
- If you file by paper: Attach a copy of the pay stubs or statements and your note to your paper return. Keep the original documents.
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