Tax deadline for individual
March 1 – RRSP Deadline
March 1 is RRSP deadline for contributing to your Registered Retirement Savings Plan (RRSP) for the past tax filing year.
April 30 – Tax Filing and tax owing Payment deadline
April 30 – Tax filing deadline for most individuals for personal income tax filing for the past tax year.
Tax deadline for business
February 28 – T4, T5 and T4A filing deadline
If you have employees, you have to file a T4 and T4 summary by the last day of February.
If you pay commissions or service fees to subcontractors of your business, you have to file T5 and T5 summary by the end of February.
If your company pay dividends to shareholders, you have to file T5 and T5 summary by the end of February.
GST/HST filing and payment deadline
If your GST/HST filing period is annually, your filing and payment deadline will be three month after fiscal year-end.
If your GST/HST filing period is quarterly, your filing and payment deadline will be one month after the end of the reporting period.
The personalized GST/HST return (Form GST34-2) will show the due date at the top of the form as part of the pre-printed personal information. Most GST/HST payments are due at the same time as your GST/HST returns.
Payroll remittance deadline
Most small employers are qualified for quarterly remittance. Remittance due date is the 15th of the month after the calendar quarter in which you pay or give remuneration.
The calendar quarters, and your due dates, are:
- January to March: due by April 15
- April to June: due by July 15
- July to September: due by October 15
- October to December: due by January 15
Corporation income tax return deadline
File your return no later than six months after the end of each tax year.
Generally, all corporation taxes charged under the Income Tax Act are due two months after the end of the tax year. For most Canadian-controlled private corporations (CCPC), the balance of tax is due three months after the end of the tax year.