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- For most people, the return is due April 30, 2023, and payment is due April 30, 2023
- For a self-employed person and their spouse or common-law partner with business expenditures that relate mostly to a tax shelter investment, the return is due April 30, 2023, and payment is due April 30, 2023
- For a self-employed person and their spouse or common-law partner (other than those stated above), the return is due June 15, 2023, and payment is due April 30, 2023
- For a deceased person and their surviving spouse or common-law partner, see Guide T4011, Preparing Returns for Deceased Persons – This is 2021 Link – need to update with 2022
Even if you did not have any income in the year, you still have to file a return to get the benefits, credits, and refund you are entitled to.
Even if you do not have to attach certain supporting documents to your return, or if you are filing your return electronically, keep your supporting documents for six years in case the CRA asks you to provide them later.
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- Call or visit our office (and with your authorization) we can get your information from Canada Revenue Agency.
- You can call Canada Revenue Agency directly at 1800 959-8281
- You can obtain at this link through the CRA
Your notice of assessment is mailed to you after you have filed your tax return. If you can’t it, you can obtain it online through MY ACCOUNT at CRA
or by calling CRA at 1800 959-8281