Corporate Income Tax

Corporations that maintain a permanent establishment in B.C. at any time during the tax year must file an income tax return.

Corporate income tax is administered in partnership with the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA). To learn more about filing a corporate income tax return, see CRA’s website.

Reporting and Paying Tax

To report corporate income tax, you’ll need to file a tax return with CRA. You file your provincial corporate income taxes with your federal income tax return using your business number. Corporations must file a return every tax year even if there is no tax payable. 

You don’t need a separate provincial account number.

Read more about filing and get answers to your questions related to filing corporate income tax. Learn about your options for making a payment.  

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Report Tax Fraud & Crimes

You can anonymously report tax fraud and tax crimes if you know or suspect a person or business isn't complying with the tax laws.

Phone: 1 866 809-6841 (toll-free)
Internet: Report Online

Update Your Address

Update your business address with a number of public sector accounts.

Contact Information

Need help completing both the federal and provincial portions of your corporation income tax returns?

Contact Canada Revenue Agency with your questions.

  • 1 800 959-5525 (toll free within Canada)
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