Paying Your Invoice
A disruption to postal services could happen as soon as September 26. Payment due dates still apply so you may want to choose an option that doesn’t require mail services.
Each month you will receive an invoice detailing premiums for the next month and any adjustments for your employees. Your invoice is generally mailed to you during the last week of the month.
You can pay MSP premiums for your group plan:
If full payment is not received by the due date on your invoice, your account will become overdue and interest will be charged.
There is no volume discount available to group plan administrators.
To have your monthly payments automatically withdrawn from your bank account an authorized individual must complete and sign the Application for Pre-Authorized Debit (PDF) form.
Submit the completed form and a void cheque (don’t staple to form) by either:
Revenue Services of British Columbia
PO BOX 9448 STN PROV GOVT
VICTORIA BC V8W 9V7
Please don’t mail the original if you’re sending by fax.
Most banks and financial institutions offer bill payment services that can be accessed through:
- your online banking account
- an automated teller machine (ATM)
- telephone banking
- in person with a teller
Check with your financial institution to ensure your payment will be processed by the due date indicated on your MSP invoice. Once your payment is received, it’ll normally be applied to your account within two business days.
To pay your MSP premiums using a bill payment service you need to add a payee for MSP to your bank account. To add a new payee to your bank account you need to know our payee name and your account number.
You should be able to find us listed with your bank under "MSP Group-RSBC".
Some banks and financial institutions will use a variation of the payee name above. If you can't find us, call your bank for assistance.
Your account number is listed on the top of your MSP invoice (e.g. X34012345678).
Payments are accepted by cash, debit, cheque, bank draft or money order made payable to the Minister of Finance. Credit card payments aren't accepted.
Once your payment is received, it’ll normally be applied to your account within three business days.
You can make payments by cheque, bank draft or money order made payable to the Minister of Finance through the mail. Do not send cash.
You should send your payment at least eight days before the due date if you’re sending it through Canada Post.
If you administer multiple group plan accounts, you should pay each account with a separate cheque. You can include multiple payments in the same envelope, if you include a copy of the payment coupon portion of the invoice for each account.
If the payment amount differs from the amount indicated on the invoices or your enclosed directions, we will use our discretion in applying your payment(s) to the accounts involved.
Send your payments to:
Medical Services Plan
PO BOX 9482 STN PROV GOVT
VICTORIA BC V8W 9W6