CRA recently sent out a reminder to file the T3010. More than half of registered charities have a year end date of December 31st, which means that their T3010 filing is due June 30th. All charities must ensure that they file their T3010 on time and accurately. Failure to do so could result in sanctions or revocation. Registered charities can also file the T3010 online through the MyBA system.

Here is CRA’s reminder:

Charities and giving – What’s new

Getting ready to file your T3010?

More than half of registered charities have a fiscal period ending on December 31 and need to file their annual information return before the June 30 deadline. As this date approaches, we’ve compiled some useful tips to help you file electronically from the comfort of your home.

Online filing: what’s in it for you

We encourage all charities to file their annual information return through My Business Account (MyBA). Many registered charities filed online for the first time in 2020 and found several benefits to online filing:

  • Our online return identifies all the forms, sections and schedules that you need to complete and reminds you to attach required documentation such as financial statements.
  • MyBA provides immediate confirmation that your return has been filed. There is no need to mail or fax additional copies.
  • The date you submit your return through MyBA is the date we officially receive it.
  • Online filing ensures your charity’s information is displayed the following day on the List of Charities.

If you haven’t done so already, sign up for MyBA or, if you are an authorized representative, sign up for Represent a Client. You can also get step-by-step help to register and access your charity’s online account by consulting our MyBA Reference Guide.

Need help? We’re standing by

If you require assistance using digital services or completing your return, please reach out to our client service section at 1-800-267-2384. Our representatives are standing by to help you Monday through Friday, 9 am to 5 pm, local time.