Do you owe money to the CRA? Are you in Collections? Do you have CRA debt? Are you looking to make an installment payment, or a payroll remittance? How about a GST/HST payment or remittance?
If any of these apply to you, then you need to know how to make a payment to the to the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA).
If you have to make a payment to the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) for either tax arrears or with a filed return, or as a remittance / installment, you have no excuses! You can use any of the following options:
- Your financial institution’s telephone or online banking service
- The CRA’s pre-authorized debit service offered through My Account, which lets you:
- set up a payment from your bank account to the CRA on a pre-set date
- pay an overdue amount or make instalment payments
- The CRA’s My Payment service, which lets you make payments online. You can use this service if you have Visa®Debit, Debit MasterCard® or Interac®
- Online at a participating financial institution
- Through a third-party service provider which offers payment by credit card or PayPal.
- In person at any Canada Post outlet using cash or debit card.
What if you cannot pay in full, or if the CRA is all over you and you want to make a payment but don’t want them immediately sending a Requirement to Pay to your bank account and freezing it?
If you owe money to the CRA but are unable to pay the full amount now, or if you need the CRA to work with you and set up a payment arrangement – to make smaller payments over time until you have paid your full debt (including penalties and interest), you should contact inTAXicating Tax Services through our website www.intaxicating.ca to schedule a meeting.
Aside from helping you make that payment, and avoid the garnishment, we can also assist with a wide variety of tax matters.
We can also assist with the potential cancelling, waiving or reducing the amount of penalties and / or interest you owe through the CRA’s Taxpayer Relief Program. Results are never guaranteed, however, you stand a 0% chance of having the penalties and / or interest reduced or waived entirely if you do not apply.