Fact Sheet: CANADA REVENUE AGENCY MAKES PROGRESS IN RESTORING ONLINE SERVICES

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The following is now available on the CRA Web site:

Commissioner of the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) Michel Dorais reported today that the CRA is making further progress in its efforts to resolve the computer database problem that prompted the Agency to suspend most online services for individual taxpayers earlier this week.

“Our solution is working and in the past 24 hours we have successfully restored several databases,” said CRA Commissioner Michel Dorais. “CRA employees will be working through the weekend to continue to restore the rest, and we expect to make good progress.”

“Once we complete this phase of our recovery plan,” said Mr. Dorais, “we will work out the schedule to bring online services for individual taxpayers back online.”

The Agency confirms that all online services for business are still functioning. The CRA would like to remind businesses that all payments must be made as required on the prescribed dates. Instalment payments by individuals are due as usual on March 15.

For regular updates from the CRA, please visit www.cra.gc.ca/update.

SOURCE: CRA Newsroom

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