Step 1 of 5 20% Company DetailsBusiness number*Access code*HelpBusiness Number?Enter your business number as follows: Enter the first 9 digits in the first text box (e.g. 123456789). Enter the last 4 digits in the second text box (e.g. 1234).Access code?Enter your four-digit access code. If you have misplaced your access code, go to Need an access code? If you have never received an access code, call us at 1-800-959-5525 and we will give you one. If you are calling from outside Canada and the United States, call us collect at 613-940-8497. Reporting periodFrom:* Date Format: DD slash MM slash YYYY To:* Date Format: DD slash MM slash YYYY HelpReporting period dates?Pick a date from the calendar, or enter the date as follows: 4 digits for the year. 2 digits for the month. 2 digits for the day. If you manually enter the date, the format will depend on the browser you are using. The format will be either MM-DD-YYYY or YYYY-MM-DD. Select the following if they apply I want to report one or more of the following types of sales on my return: Exempt supplies, zero-rated exports, goodwill, financial services, sales of capital real property, and supplies made outside of Canada. Taxable sales of my associates (including zero-rated supplies) made in Canada. Reporting these sales will help us to properly calculate your reporting period threshold amount. I want to receive email notifications for my GST/HST account. HelpSales and other revenue?Check this box if you want to give us additional information on your sales and other revenues. Enter the following on your return: Line 90: Taxable sales (including zero-rated supplies) made in Canada. Line 91: Exempt supplies, zero-rated exports, goodwill, financial services, capital real property, and supplies made outside of Canada. Line 102: Your associates’ taxable sales (including zero-rated supplies). You don’t have to give us this additional sales information, but it will help us to determine the correct reporting period for your account. If you choose not to provide this additional sales information, enter your total sales on line 101, “Sales and other revenue”. Do not check this box if you have filed an election to use the quick method of accounting.Email notifications?If you register for email notifications for your GST/HST account, we will send you an email when notices, letters, and statements are available to be viewed in My Business Account (separate registration for My Business Account is required). Once you have registered for email notifications, we will no longer print and mail these correspondence items to you. Select the rebate applications you want to file with your return: Ontario First Nations point-of-sale relief (GST189). GST/HST Public Service Bodies' rebate (GST66 / GST284). GST/HST new housing rebate application for houses purchased from a builder (GST190). HelpOntario First Nations point-of-sale relief (GST189)Check this box if you are claiming an amount for the Ontario First Nations point-of-sale relief credited on your off-reserve supplies of qualifying property and services.Public service bodies' rebate (GST66)?Check this box if you are an eligible public service body (PSB) or if you are eligible to claim a self-government refund under a self-government agreement and want to file a rebate application with your GST/HST return. If you are a PSB that does not file GST/HST returns, see the Electronic rebate forms page for instructions on how to file your rebate information. For more information, see Guide RC4034, GST/HST Public Service Bodies' Rebate.New housing rebate application for houses purchased from a builder (GST190)?Check this box if you are a new home builder and want to file a type 1A or type 1B new housing rebate application form along with your return. The rebate amount must be claimed as a deduction on line 108 of your return, and also reported on line 135. Select the schedules you want to file with your return: Schedule A - Transitional housing information for builders. Schedule B - Calculation of recaptured input tax credits for the provincial portion of the HST on specified property or services. Schedule C - Reconciliation of recaptured input tax credits. Form GST106, Information on claims paid or credited for foreign conventions and tour packages. HelpBuilders - transitional information?Check this box if you are a builder of newly constructed or substantially renovated housing in New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Prince Edward Island, Ontario, BC or Nova Scotia and you are required to report any of the following on your return for this reporting period (or, in the case of the BC transition rebate, you are reporting the amount of the rebate in this reporting period): the sale of grandparented housing, including the sale of housing originally purchased on a grandparented basis and later sold or self-supplied under conditions where the HST applies or an increased rate of HST applies; the transitional tax adjustment that applies to grandparented sales of housing; the 2% BC transition tax and/or the BC transition rebate related to BC's return to the GST; a provincial transitional new housing rebate that has been assigned to you by the purchaser (RC7000 Type 2 only). For more information, see GST/HST Info Sheet GI-118, Builders and GST/HST NETFILE.Recaptured input tax credits (RITCs)?Check this box if you are required to recapture input tax credits (ITCs) for this reporting period for the provincial portion of the HST on specified property or services. This applies only to certain listed financial institutions and their related companies and/or businesses with annual taxable supplies over $10 million (including sales of associated companies). For more information, see guide RC4022, General Information for GST/HST Registrants.Reconciliation of recaptured input tax credits (RITCs)?Check this box if you want to complete Schedule C to reconcile RITCs for a prior fiscal year. This only applies to businesses that have filed election form RC4531, Election or Revocation of an Election to Use the Estimation and Reconciliation Method to Report the Recapture of Input Tax Credits.Information on claims paid or credited for foreign conventions and tour packages (GST106)?Check this box if you want to file Form GST106, Information on claims paid or credited for foreign conventions and tour packages, along with your return. If you paid or credited rebate amounts for foreign conventions or tour packages, and you claimed a deduction on your GST/HST return for the amount of GST/HST you paid or credited, then you must file this form. You have to file this form for each reporting period in which you paid or credited these amounts and claimed a deduction on your GST/HST return.