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GST, HST, payroll deductions, income tax and more. General taxation information GST/HST Overview of charging and collecting sales tax 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. GST/HST information for the travel and convention industry Find out how to charge GST/HST on accommodation, tour packages, transportation services, and meeting rooms for your tourism business. Register for a GST/HST account Get all the information you need to understand how to charge, collect and submit GST/HST. Goods and services tax/harmonized sales tax GST/ HST Learn how to register for your GST/ HST business account, and how to charge, calculate, report and pay the taxes. Conducting business on the Internet Find out about tax rules, regulations and requirements when doing business online. Charge my customers GST/ HST Follow these steps to learn which goods or services are taxable, the right amount of GST/ HST to charge, invoice requirements, and which records to keep. Video series: GST/HST information for a new small business Starting a new business? Watch videos that can help you understand the basics of GST/HST, from registration to filing your returns.
For businesses in Quebec, Revenu Québec administers the
GST/HST. Revenu Québec — Business Portal
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Will you do the job for cash? Cash payments you receive are subject to GST/HST and you have to report them on your annual income tax return. Underground economy Arm yourself with information about the underground economy and learn how tax evasion affects all Canadian individuals and businesses.