Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) administers tax laws for the Government of Canada and for most provinces and territories, and administers various social and economic benefit and incentive programs delivered through the tax system.
– Individual tax enquiries
Call this number for tax information for individuals, trusts, international tax and non-residents, including personal income tax returns, instalments, and RRSPs or to get our forms and publications. Also call this number for assistance with our electronic services for individuals such as My Account, Represent a Client and NETFILE.
– Businesses and self-employed individuals
Call this number to get information on payroll deductions, the GST/HST (including rebates such as the new housing rebates), excise taxes and other levies, excise duties, corporations, sole proprietorships, partnerships, and non-resident corporations and corporation accounts. Also call this number; to register for a business number and any program account such as the GST/HST, and to get our forms and publications. Also call this number for information and assistance with our electronic services for businesses such as My Business Account, GST/HST NETFILE and TELEFILE, Filing Information Returns Electronically, Represent a Client or the Payroll Deductions Online Calculator.
– Income tax
Call this number to discuss income tax payment arrangements with an agent.
– Child and family benefits overpayments
Call this number to discuss child and family benefits overpayments and make payment arrangements with an agent.
– Business and self-employed
Phone: 1-877-477-5068 for GST/HST debts
Phone: 1-877-548-6016 for payroll tax debts
Phone: 1-866-291-6346 for corporate income tax debts
Call the applicable number to discuss your business debt and make payment arrangements with an agent.
– Old Age Security Program
Canada and the United States Toll-free: 1-800-277-9914
– Other payment arrangements
Call this number to discuss payment arrangements for debts owing to Employment and Social Development Canada, such as; defaulted Canada student loans, employment insurance overpayments, employment programs overpayments and Canada Pension Plan overpayments.