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Is CRA and Revenu Quebec same?
Once you’re ready to file your taxes, you will submit your CRA (T1 General Tax Return) and Revenu Québec (TP1 Québec Tax Return) returns separately.
Where is the Revenu Québec payment code?
Payment code – Some financial institutions have a fourth Revenue Quebec option. This code can be found on your statement of account or notice of assessment.
How many years can Revenu Quebec go back?
six years (seven years in the case of a mutual fund trust) after the later of the aforementioned dates, if the trust requests the carry-back of certain deductions or changes the amount of such a carry-back, such as when it completes Schedule D of the Trust Income Tax Return (TP-646-V) to request the carry-back of a net …
What Does Revenu Quebec do?
To ensure that all taxpayers pay their fair share to finance public services, we have been mandated by the Québec government to: collect income tax and consumption taxes. administer a number of assistance programs and any other collection and redistribution program entrusted to us by the government.
How do I call Revenu Quebec?
If you need help using our online services or fillable forms for individuals, please call us at one of the following telephone numbers:
- Québec City area: 418 659-6299.
- Montréal area: 514 864-6299.
- Elsewhere in Québec: 1 800 267-6299 (toll-free)
Is Revenu Quebec open today?
Our offices are now open Monday to Friday from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. However, you cannot meet with a representative or get copies of documents from your file. At our offices, you can: make payments; drop off documents.
How do I find my federal tax balance?
You can access your federal tax account through a secure login at IRS.gov/account. Once in your account, you can view the amount you owe along with details of your balance, view 18 months of payment history, access Get Transcript, and view key information from your current year tax return.
How do I contact Revenu Quebec?
Before contacting us, see our FAQ
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Why Quebec taxes are so high?
Income tax rates in Quebec are higher than in other provinces and territories because the government of Quebec finances a wide variety of services that other governments do not.
Which province has the highest taxes?
Ontario has a deeply progressive income tax with seven brackets ranging from 5.05 percent to 20.53 percent. Nova Scotia has the highest top marginal income tax rate of 21 percent, which is more than double the lowest top rate in Alberta (10 percent).
Why is Revenu Quebec calling?
We send automated emails to notify you when there is a message for you in My Account. These emails do not contain any personal information. We may call you on behalf of the Québec government. If you missed the call, you can safely dial the number in the message we left.
Is Revenue Quebec Open?
Coronavirus (COVID-19) Our offices are now open Monday to Friday from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. However, you cannot meet with a representative or get copies of documents from your file.