Goods and services tax/harmonized sales tax (GST/HST)
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Video series: GST/HST Information for a New Small Business
Segment 1: Introduction
The GST is a tax that applies to the supply of most property and services in Canada. The provinces of New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Newfoundland and Labrador, Ontario and Prince Edward Island, referred to as the participating provinces, harmonized their provincial sales tax with the GST to create the HST. Generally, the HST applies to the same base of property and services as the GST. For more information, see Basic information on the GST/HST.
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In Quebec, Revenu Québec administers the GST/HST unless you are a selected listed financial institution. If your business is located in Quebec, visit the Revenu Québec Web site.
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- GST/HST rebates
How to qualify and apply for GST/HST rebates, such as those for new housing, PSB, FCTIP and more
- GST/HST returns
Completing, calculating, temporarily stop filing, nil returns, audits, voluntary disclosures, books and record-keeping
- GST/HST taxable (including zero-rated) or exempt supplies
Tax status of various supplies of goods, intangible personal property, and services
- Correcting a return
Errors and making adjustments, modify a previously filed GST/HST return with RITCs
- Input tax credits
Recover the GST/HST you paid or owe on purchases and expenses
- Place of supply rules
Which tax rate should you apply?
- GST/HST and Indians, Indians bands, and band-empowered entities
- GST/HST and the construction industry
- GST/HST and housing
- GST/HST and financial institutions
- Taxi and limousine operators
- GST/HST information for foreign representatives and diplomatic missions
E-services for businesses
- GST and HST calculation tables
- GST/HST rates
- GST/HST Registry
- Important dates for GST/HST
- GST/HST Return Working Copy
Forms and publications
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