As a Canadian business owner, it’s important to know how and when to charge sales taxes for the goods and services you sell and supply to your customers. Our guide to charging and collecting sales tax will provide you with an understanding of your responsibilities, as well as some valuable resources to help you charge sales taxes and remit them properly to the government.
Note: HST – it is mandatory to charge HST when you reach $30,000 in sales or if you voluntary register for HST.
Learn about payroll accounts, deductions and contributions, summaries and information slips.
GST/HST for Businesses
Get information about taxes and how they affect your business. Learn about registering for a GST/HST account and calculating, collecting, paying or claiming rebates.
Business or Professional Income
Calculating income, reporting various income types and industry codes for business activities.
This information is an overview on charging and collecting taxes for business. Before making any business decisions on taxation, please refer to the Canada Revenue Agency and your provincial or territorial revenue agency.
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