How to Change My Address With Revenue in Canada

by Danielle Freeman ; Updated July 27, 2017
Inform Revenue Canada of any address changes.

If you move, it is essential that you change your address with Revenue Canada. Not only will this ensure that your annual tax information is mailed to the correct address, it will also ensure that any regular payments you may be receiving from Revenue Canada, such as the GST/HST Credit, Universal Childcare Benefit, Canada Child Tax Benefit and/or Working Income Tax Benefit will not be interrupted. You can update your address online, or by mail, fax, or telephone.

Step 1

Access the Revenue Canada website then log in to the "My Account" function, A link to the website has been provided in the resource section. You can review the current address and telephone number that is on file for you. You can also use My Account to change your address online, by typing in your new address information and saving your changes. If you have not yet registered your account, you can do so on the same website. To register, you will need your date of birth, a copy of your last filed and processed income tax return, and your current postal or zip code.

Step 2

Mail your change of address to Revenue Canada. The mailing address is:

2251 René-Lévesque Boulevard Jonquière QC G7S 5J1

The change of address document that you mail must include your name, social insurance number, new address, date of your move and your signature.

Step 3

Fax your change of address to Revenue Canada. The fax number is 418-548-0846. The change of address document that you fax must include your name, social insurance number, new address, date of your move and your signature.

Step 4

Call Revenue Canada's Individual Income Tax Enquiries telephone service to change your address. The phone number is 1-800-959-8281.

About the Author

Danielle Freeman is a certified human-resources professional with experience in both the private and public sectors. She has created technical manuals, training documents, corporate handbooks, policy/procedure manuals, memos, advisory notes and advertisements, among other materials.

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