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Update — Quebec Extends Final Payment Due Date for All Individuals to May 5 

Canadian Tax Adviser

 

April 30, 2014

 

Revenue Quebec has just announced that individuals and their spouses reporting business income will now also be granted an extension for their final payment balance of Quebec income tax owing for the 2013 taxation year to May 5, 2014 (from April 30, 2014).  These individuals’ deadline for filing their income tax returns remains June 15, 2014.

Previously, the CRA extended the T1 filing deadline to May 5, 2014. The CRA and Revenu Quebec have provided information on the related payment deadlines. 

Individuals with a regular filing deadline of April 30 

The CRA has extended the individual taxpayer's filing deadline to May 5, 2014 (from April 30, 2014). The final payment deadline for such individuals is also extended to May 5, 2014. 

Revenue Quebec has also extended the individual taxpayer's filing deadline for Quebec personal income tax returns to May 5, 2014 (from April 30, 2014) to harmonize with the federal extension. The final payment deadline for these individuals is also extended to May 5, 2014 (from April 30, 2014). 

Individuals with business income, with a regular filing deadline of June 15
Individuals with business income and their spouses regularly have until June 15 to file their personal income tax returns. However, the final payment deadline for such individuals is usually April 30.

Because June 15, 2014 is a Sunday, the T1 filing deadline becomes the next business day, which is June 16, 2014 for these T1 2013 returns. The final payment deadline for such individuals (and their spouses) is also extended to May 5, 2014.

 

On April 23, 2014, Revenue Quebec announced that individuals reporting business income (and their spouses) have until June 16, 2014 to file their 2013 income tax returns. Quebec also extended the final payment deadline to May 5, 2014.

 

For more information, contact your KPMG adviser.

 


 

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