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Corporate Tax Returns
Corporations operating in Alberta are required to file Alberta corporate tax returns in addition to filing with Canada Revenue Agency (CRA).
The basic rule for filing your Canadian corporate tax return is that you must file your return no later than six months after the end of each tax year. When your T2 tax return is due depends on your corporation’s fiscal year end. If, for instance, your corporation has a fiscal year end of June 30th, your Canadian corporate tax return would be due on December 31st (the last day of the sixth month). You must, however, pay any tax liabilities within three months of your year end.
The Government of Alberta administers its own corporate tax collection. You must file separate provincial corporate tax returns if your business is established in Alberta. Filing deadlines are similar to the CRA requirements.