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Tax Filing and Payment Options

1.  Online

Business Portal

The provincial revenue tax (PST) was replaced by the HST on April 1, 2013.  However,  PST filings and payments must still be remitted on goods and services provided prior to April 1, 2013.

PST and/or Environment Tax: (for periods prior to April 1, 2013)

  • Effective April 1, 2013, Prince Edward Island implemented the HST, which replaced the previous GST and PST taxes.  However, revenue tax (PST) and environment tax filings and payments can still be remitted using the Online Business Portal or using the Telus Financial Services tax payment service available through most banks.  To file and pay PST and environment tax returns for periods prior to April 1, 2013, select the "Revenue Tax" option, then select "Submit Return".

PST: (for PST collected on or after April 1, 2013)

  • PST collected (or which becomes payable) after March 2013 must be remitted by the 20th day of the following month.  Select the "Revenue Tax" option, then select "Supplemental Return" within the Online Business Portal.

  • Any applicable PST not otherwise payable on or before July 31, 2013 will be deemed to become payable on July 31, 2013.  Select the "Revenue Tax" option, followed by the "Supplemental Return" option within the Online Business Portal.

  • All Supplemental PST Vendor Returns must be filed no later than August 20, 2013

Environment Tax: (for quarterly periods starting on or after April 1, 2013)

  • Environment tax collected on, or after, April 1, 2013 can be filed and paid using the "Environment Tax" option, then select "Submit Return" within the Online Business Portal.

  

TELUS Financial Services (formerly Emergis) 
Tax Payment and Remittance Services;

  File and Pay Most Finance Taxes and Fees:


 
 Internet Banking

Tax Payments Only:

This service can be used to pay revenue tax (PST), environment tax, property tax and GeoLinc Plus fees.  Visit your financial institution's online banking website for more information.  The payee to select is one of the following:

  • Province of PEI - GeoLinc

  • Province of PEI - Property Tax

  • Province of PEI - Sales Tax

  • Province of PEI - Environment Tax

2. By Mail:

Tax returns may be filed and paid by mail to:



Property Tax Payments

Revenue Tax (PST), 
Environment Tax Payments 
and other Taxes and Fees


Taxation and Property Records
Department of Finance
PO Box 880,
Charlottetown, PE C1A 7M2
Taxation and Property Records
Deparmtment of Finance
PO Box 1330,
Charlottetown, PE C1A 7N1

Make cheques payable to the Minister of Finance.

DO NOT use cash when paying by mail.


 

3. In Person:

The filing and payment of your various taxes and fees may be done in person at the following locations:

 

  1.   Access PEI Centres:

    » Access PEI Alberton, 116 Dufferin Street – in person

    » Access PEI Charlottetown, 33 Riverside Drive – in person/drop box*

    » Access PEI Montague, 41 Wood Islands Hill – in person/drop box*

    » Access PEI O'Leary, 45 East Drive – in person

    » Access PEI Souris, 15 Green Street – in person

    » Access PEI Summerside, 120 Harbour Drive – in person/drop box*

    » Access PEI Tignish, 103 School Street – in person

    » Access PEI Wellington, 48 Mill Road – in person/drop box*

     

  2.   The Taxation Office drop box*, Shaw Building (South Entrance), 95 Rochford Street, Charlottetown

     

  3.  Property tax payments only may be made at participating financial institutions 



Payments are accepted in cash**, by debit card or by cheque.

Make cheques payable to the Minister of Finance.

* - Payments must be deposited in the drop box 
by the close of business on the due date.

** - DO NOT put cash in the drop box.

Cash and debit card payments may only be made at Access PEI Offices.
Credit Cards are not accepted for any type of tax payment.

 

 

Please note:
This page is prepared for information purposes only, and should not be considered a substitute for the applicable statutes. Should there be any conflict between the contents of this page and the statutes, the statutes shall prevail.


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