Qualified Canadian taxpayers typically receive their goods and services or harmonized tax rebate checks at the beginning of each quarter. For income tax returns filed in 2014, the Canada Revenue Agency issues the credit ... More »

Goods and Services Tax credits are issued four times a year, in January, April, July and October, and are typically issued by the fifth of the month. The exact dates for each most recent payment and the next payment are ... More »

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Goods and services tax payment dates are four dates annually on which the Canada Revenue Agency makes payments to low- and moderate-income individual taxpayers and families, states the Canada Revenue Agency. The GST paym... More »

The Canada Revenue Agency typically issues goods and services tax credits on the fifth day of each quarter. The agency issued the last 2015 payment on Oct. 5, 2015, and the first two payment dates for 2016 are Jan. 5 and... More »

Payment dates for the goods and services tax/harmonized sales tax credit, GST/HST, are available from the Canada Revenue Agency, states the Government of Canada. As of 2015, the agency pays the benefit around the fifth d... More »

Goods and services tax payment dates are four dates annually on which the Canada Revenue Agency makes payments to low- and moderate-income individual taxpayers and families, states the Canada Revenue Agency. The GST paym... More »

According to Grant Thornton, the Canada Revenue Agency issues goods and services tax, or GST, checks four times a year. It is a quarterly disbursement released to eligible Canadian residents in January, April, July and O... More »