Businesses - Tax information newsletter, Issue: 2013-01
November 29, 2013
Occasionally, taxpayers may receive, either by telephone, mail, or email, a communication that claims to be from the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) but is NOT. In all these cases, the communication requests personal information, such as a social insurance, credit card, bank account, and passport numbers, from the taxpayer. These fraudulent communications are also referred to as scams or phishing.
If you need to do business with the CRA, why not do it when it's convenient for you? Need to file your return? Make a payment? Change your address? You can do all this and more from the comfort of your home, thanks to the CRA's secure and easy-to-use electronic services.
The latest federal budget proposes to expand and extend the HCSB for 2013.
Are you starting a new small business in Canada? Are you operating one already? Then this section of our website is for you. It will introduce you to the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) programs you need to know about, and give an overview of your obligations and entitlements under the laws that we administer.
5 - Video: Enhancing Service to Businesses
The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) is making it easier for businesses to do business with new and enhanced resources and tools.
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