To make payments, for individual and business accounts, with the Canada Revenue Agency, your main options are:
You can make your payment free of charge at your branch of a Canadian chartered bank, caisse populaire, or credit union. You must have a remittance voucher from the CRA in order for the institution to accept the payment. Give the remittance voucher to the teller, who will detach and keep the payment section of the form, and who will stamp and give the rest to you as a receipt.
You can have your payments debited from your account automatically; however, we don't recommend this option as to change the frequency or amounts you need to continually contact the CRA.
You can send a cheque or money order payable to the Receiver General, and a completed remittance voucher, to Canada Revenue Agency, 875 Heron Road, Ottawa ON K1A 1B1.
Note: Write your social insurance number (SIN) on the back of your cheque or money order to help CRA process your payment correctly. If you don't have a remittance voucher, you MUST include a letter telling the CRA where to apply your payment.
There are other options for making payments that are less frequently used.
For more information and all the specific details as to how to make payments with CRA, please click here.