COVID-19 Update from UFile

With the ongoing COVID-19 situation, UFile is working to ensure the health and safety of the public and our team members in accordance with all public safety guidelines. We are closely monitoring the situation and will adjust our business practices rapidly as required.

At UFile, the health and safety of our team members are our priority. As such, we have implemented a contingency plan allowing our employees to work remotely. We are taking every step to ensure that all of our usual technical support and customer service channels continue to be available to you.

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Tax Deadline Updates (As of April 6, 2020)

Flexibility for Taxpayers


  • The return filing due date will be deferred until June 1, 2020
  • Any balance owing and instalment payments due for March and June will be deferred until September 1, 2020

The CRA encourages individuals who expect to receive benefits under the GSTC or the CCB not to delay the filing of their return to ensure their entitlements for the 2020-21 benefit year are properly determined.

Support to Businesses

  • The CRA will allow all businesses to defer, until September 1, 2020, the payment of any income tax amounts that become owing on or after today and before September 2020.This relief would apply to tax balances due, as well as instalments, under Part I of the Income Tax Act. No interest or penalties will accumulate on these amounts during this period.

Full details of Canada's Economic Response Plan can be viewed here:

Revenu Quebec:
Measures for individuals

  • Filing deadline has been extended to June 1st, 2020
  • Any balance owing for individuals and Self-employed has been extended until September 1, 2020
  • Instalment payments due on June 15th have been postponed until September 1, 2020

Refunds will be processed and people who receive payments under social programs will be expected on July 1, despite the above extensions.

Measures for businesses

Instalment and income tax payments are suspended until September 1, 2020. Although payment dates and terms will be announced later, businesses will be given a reasonable amount of time to pay amounts owing.

The full press release can be viewed here:


The Québec government announced that Revenu Québec will harmonize its practices with those of the CRA.

Press release: