General Framework for Reporting Non-Compliance
If you believe that an individual or business is not meeting one or more fiscal obligations, you can report them.
Below are examples of things that should be reported:
- cash payments without invoices;
- unreported employment income and employers that do not make source deductions;
- non-compliant tourist accommodation establishments on platforms such as Airbnb, Marketplace, Chalets au Québec, Vrbo and Chaletsalouer.com;
- unbilled taxes or taxes that were collected but not remitted to Revenu Québec;
- unreported taxable income or benefits.
Information in a non-compliance report helps us ensure that the Québec taxation system is fair and enables us to support measures already in place to fight tax evasion. When you report non-compliance, you help keep the taxation system fair for everyone.
No rewards are offered for reporting a taxpayer under the general framework.
If you want to report certain types of transactions aimed at avoiding Québec income tax or other duties payable under Québec legislation, see Reward Program for Informants of Transactions Covered by the General Anti-Avoidance Rule and Sham Transactions.
While all reports are confidential and can be made anonymously, you can provide your name and telephone number if you consider it appropriate. This will allow us to contact you if we need more information.
Any information you provide is confidential and protected under the Act respecting Access to documents held by public bodies and the Protection of personal information. Consequently, the individual or business in question will not know who reported them.
You will not receive news or a follow-up of our review after you report non-compliance, because we cannot disclose information about other taxpayers.