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Filing GST/HST and QST Returns

If you are a GST and QST registrant, you must file your returns online.

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Only charities are not required to file their returns online.

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Filing online

You can file your GST/HST and QST return using the online services in My Account for businesses and My Account for individuals.

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To learn more about how to file returns in My Account for businesses, watch our video, Déclarez la TPS/TVH et la TVQ en ligne avec Mon dossier pour les entreprises (in French only).

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You can also file a GST/HST and QST return electronically using:

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Schedule A of the electronic return for builders of new housing that are required to report HST cannot be completed online. See Additional Information for New Housing Builders to find out how to go about filing it.

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Information for charities

Charities that choose to send their GST/HST and QST returns by mail must complete the GST/HST-QST Return (FPZ-500.AR-V) we sent them.

The return includes a detachable remittance slip that can be used to make the combined GST/HST–QST remittance in a single payment. See Remittance or Refund for more information.

If the charity does not receive a personalized return at least 15 working days before the filing deadline, or if it lost the one that was sent to it, contact our client services.

Other forms

Charities that cannot report GST and QST using form FPZ-500.AR-V must file form FPZ-34-V, GST/HST Return, or form VDZ-471-V, QST Return.

Viewing data and returns

Log in to My Account for businesses to view all your tax data, including past returns and statements of account.

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