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The electronic method of submitting your taxes remains popular among Quebecers

The electronic method of submitting your taxes remains popular among Quebecers

The electronic method of filing your provincial income tax return remains popular among Quebecers this year. More than 92% of returns were submitted online.


This is what Revenu Québec's tax season report shows. As of April 30, the agency reported that it had received 6,165,000 ads. Of this number, 5,675,000 were submitted electronically, representing more than 92% of the returns received.

Last year, a total of 6,275,000 individuals preferred to submit online, or 89% of returns received.

Revenu Québec emphasizes that online services offer the advantage of accelerating the processing of files and payment of refunds. It targets a period of 14 days for a refund or issuance of an assessment notice for a return submitted online, compared to 28 days for a return sent by mail.

Furthermore, the agency determines that 71% of people who have so far filed their 2023 tax returns are getting a refund, while 22% have a tax credit to pay. The average payment is $1,624.

Federally and in Quebec, the last day to file your income tax return without penalty and interest is April 30. Only self-employed workers and their spouses still have until June 17, but the deadline to pay the outstanding balance remains April 30. Interest may apply after this date.

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