Revenue Services of British Columbia
MSP premiums are eliminated January 1, 2020. MSP coverage is still mandatory for all B.C. residents.
MSP premium debts from before January 1, 2020 remain payable.
The final MSP premium for December 2019 will be billed and mailed in November 2019.
If you have a pre-authorized debit or an auto-pay set up for MSP with your credit card or financial institution, remember to cancel it for December 1, 2019.
Revenue Services of British Columbia (RSBC) works on behalf of the Ministry of Finance to collect money owed to government. RSBC can help you manage your payments to government for:
- Medical Services Plan
- Health Fee for International Students
- BC Emergency Health Services (BCEHS) Ambulance Invoices
- Fair PharmaCare Monthly Deductible Payment Option
- Overdue court fines
- Overdue employment and income assistance repayments
- Overdue student loans
B.C. residents are sent an invoice each month for the Medical Services Plan (MSP) premiums they owe for the next month. RSBC manages the billing and collection of MSP premiums. Visit Pay Your Premiums to learn more about your MSP invoice.
Visit Billing & Payment Services to:
- Make an MSP payment online and set up Automatic Payments
- Sign up to manage your MSP account and receive eBills
International students enrolled in B.C.’s Medical Services Plan are invoiced a monthly health fee. RSBC manages the billing and collection of the health fee. Read the Health Fee for International Students Q&As to learn more about the health fee for international students.
Ambulance services are managed by BC Emergency Health Services (BCEHS). RSBC manages invoices and payment processing for BCEHS. Visit Understanding Your Ambulance Invoice to learn more about your invoice.
Fair PharmaCare’s Monthly Deductible Payment Option (MDPO) allows families to pay their deductible over the course of the year and receive PharmaCare assistance right away. RSBC provides billing and collection services for the Fair PharmaCare MDPO.
Provincial court fines are administered by the Courthouse Services Branch. Court fines that are not motor vehicle related are sent to RSBC for collection when they are at least 30 days past their due date.
The Ministry of Social Development and Poverty Reduction manages employment and income assistance programs. Sometimes overpayments need to be repaid. Overpayments not repaid within 90 days are sent to RSBC for collection.
Provincial student loans are managed by the Ministry of Finance StudentAid BC office. Provincial student loans that are 270 days overdue are sent to RSBC for collection.