TRACS - How to Find Your Account Number

Account Number for Specific Programs

The account number is necessary for enrolling into TRACS. It links you to the account that you wish to access.

Click on the applicable link to your right for account number information relating to each specific program, or scroll through the information below.

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Alberta Indian Tax Exemption (AITE)

The account number is the nine-digit business identification number (BIN) found on correspondence issued by TRA.  If you are a first-time filer, the BIN is mentioned in your registration approval letter. Do not include the suffix. (e.g.,15-001).


Corporate income tax (CIT)

The account number is the nine- or ten-digit corporate account number (CAN) found on the correspondence issued by TRA. It is also noted on your notice of assessment/reassessment and statement of account.

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Emergency 911 levy

The account number is the nine-digit business identification number (BIN) found on correspondence issued by TRA.  If you are a first-time filer, the BIN is mentioned in your registration letter.

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Fuel tax collectors/remitters

The account number is the nine-digit business identification number (BIN) found on correspondence issued by TRA. If you are a first-time filer, the BIN is mentioned in your registration approval letter. It is also noted on your notice of assessment/reassessment and statement of account.

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Health cost recovery

The account number is the nine-digit business identification number (BIN) found on the correspondence issued by TRA. It is also noted on your notice of assessment/reassessment and statement of account.

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Insurance premiums tax

The account number is the nine- or ten-digit corporate account number (CAN) found on the correspondence issued by TRA. It is also noted on your notice of assessment/reassessment and statement of account.

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International Fuel Tax Agreement (IFTA)

The account number is the nine-digit business identification number (BIN) on your IFTA licence and on any correspondence from TRA regarding your account. Enter the account number without the prefix "AB".

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Locomotive fuel user

The account number is the nine-digit business identification number (BIN) found on correspondence issued by TRA. It is also noted on your notice of assessment/reassessment and statement of account.

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Prescribed Rebate Off-road Percentages (PROP)

The account number is the nine-digit business identification number (BIN) found on the Prescribed Rebate Off-road Percentages (PROP) Application (AT277) when filing by paper or online when filing through the Internet. If you are a first-time filer, the BIN is mentioned in your registration letter.

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Propane retailers

The account number is the nine-digit business identification number (BIN) found on correspondence issued by TRA. If you are a first-time filer, the BIN is mentioned in your registration letter.  Do not include the suffix "000".

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Propane tax collectors

The account number is the nine-digit business identification number (BIN) found on correspondence issued by TRA. If you are a first-time filer, the BIN is mentioned in your registration letter.

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Tax Exempt Fuel Sales (TEFS)

The account number is the nine-digit business identification number (BIN) found on correspondence issued by TRA. Do not include the suffix "000".

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Tax Exempt Fuel User (TEFU)

The account number is the nine-digit business identification number (BIN) found on your registration letter or the TEFU Application form (AT342).

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Tobacco tax collectors

The account number is the nine-digit business identification number (BIN) found on correspondence issued by TRA. If you are a first-time filer, the BIN is mentioned in your registration approval letter. It is also noted on your notice of assessment/reassessment and statement of account.

Tourism levy

The account number is the nine-digit business identification number (BIN) found on the tourism levy return (AT317). It is also noted on your notice of assessment/reassessment and statement of account. If you are a first-time filer, the BIN is the first nine digits mentioned in your registration letter.

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Page last updated:  February 4, 2014