Important tax dates for 2019
Over the course of the year there are several tax deadlines that may be applicable to you. Where a deadline falls on a weekend or a holiday recognized by the Canada Revenue Agency (“CRA”), the deadline is generally extended to the next business day.
We’ve created this annual tax calendar to assist with planning around important tax dates.
||New TFSA contribution room. Visit the CRA website for more information
||Deadline to pay interest on a family loan at prescribed interest rates to avoid income attribution.
|February 28||Deadline to issue T4s, T4As, and T5s and for issuers of TFSAs to file their annual information returns.
|March 1||Deadline to contribute to an RRSP for the 2018 tax year (including Home Buyers’ Plan/Lifelong Learning Plan repayments).
|March 15||1st quarterly personal tax instalment is due.
|April 1||Deadline to file NR4s and T3 trust returns.
Deadline to file U.S. individual income tax returns for 2018 or 6-month extension requests.
Deadline to file 2018 report of foreign Bank and Financial Accounts, FinCEN report 114 (formerly FBAR), for U.S. citizens living in Canada.
||Deadline to file personal income tax returns for 2018 where the taxpayer or taxpayer's spouse/common-law partner does not have self-employed business income.
Second quarterly personal tax instalment is due.
Deadline to file personal income tax returns for 2018 where the taxpayer or taxpayer's spouse/common-law partner has self-employed business income.
Deadline to file GST/HST returns for self-employed individuals with a December 31 year-end.
Deadline to file 2018 U.S. individual income tax returns for U.S. citizen or resident alien residing abroad and U.S. non-resident with no withholding tax.
* If the deadline falls on a Saturday, Sunday or a holiday, taxpayers have until the next business day to file.
|September 16||Third quarterly personal tax instalment is due.
||Fourth quarterly personal tax instalment is due.
||Last day to settle trades in calendar year 2019 for Canadian tax-loss selling.
Contribution deadline for Registered Education Savings Plans (RESP).
Deadline to make charitable donations to be claimed for the 2019 tax year.
2019 TFSA dollar limit: $6,000
2018 RRSP dollar limit: $26,230
2019 RRSP dollar limit: $26,500
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