Taxes & Rebates - General Information
General Information Index
The menu to your left will take you to documents related to general Taxes & Rebates topics. The table below also provides links to this information, as well as a brief description of the contents.
Please see Taxes & Rebates - Program Information for a consolidated index of links related to the programs administered by Tax and Revenue Administration (TRA), including overviews, frequently asked questions, publications and forms.
|Title||Description of Contents|
Includes documents and links related to All Programs, including Information Circular TRA-1, An Introduction to Tax and Revenue Administration.
|New Initiatives, Publications and Forms||Links to new and updated publications and forms for the last six months.|
|TRA Fairness and Service Pledge||Sets out the way we will conduct ourselves when dealing with you and, in turn, clarifies your obligations.|
|TRA Forms Index||Consolidated Forms Index organized by Program.|
|TRA Frequently Asked Questions Index|
|TRA Important Filing, Remittance and Claims Dates Index||
Dates for filing returns, remittances and claims for many of TRA's programs.
|Alberta's Tax Advantage and News|
|Client Surveys||Results of Tax and Revenue Administration Client Satisfaction Surveys.|
|GST Related Information|
Information about different payment options available to make payments to Tax and Revenue Administration.
|PST and HST Tax Links||Alberta has no sales tax, but for the convenience of our website visitors, this page has links for information about provincial sales (PST) or harmonized sales (HST) taxes in other jurisdictions. See also: other Tax Related Links.|
|Rates||Prescribed Interest Rates, Alberta Royalty Tax Credit Quarterly Rates, Prescribed Rebate Off-road Percentages (PROP), and Historic and current Alberta corporate and commodity tax and small business deduction rates.|
|Sales Taxes for Businesses entering Other Provinces||Does your business sell products, deliver sold goods, or provide services in other provinces? If so, you may be liable for sales taxes charged by those provinces on those goods or services, and on any equipment you bring into those provinces for use in your business. Here we link to the rules in B.C. and Saskatchewan.|
|Tax Notes E-Newsletter||Subscribe to Tax Notes for timely updates.|
|TRA Client Self-Service (TRACS)||TRACS is designed for Alberta Tax and Revenue Administration’s (TRA) taxpayers, claimants and filers. It is a secure online system that provides an alternative for authorized individuals to conduct business with TRA.|