Tax Resource Centre
Important dates – 2022 Tax Year
- November to December: Now is the time to double-check that your mailing address is up-to-date with both TD and the CRA.
- Early January: We're getting your tax slips ready.
- Late January to March* (please see the table for details): We’re mailing out all your tax slips.
- March 1, 2022: This is the last day to contribute to your 2021 Registered Retirement Savings Plan (RRSP). If you turned 71 in 2021, Dec 31st 2021 is the last day to contribute to your RRSP at which point you’ll need to convert your savings into a Registered Retirement Income Fund (RRIF).
- May 2, 2022: The tax return filing due date is normally April 30, but since it falls on a Saturday, your return will be considered filed on time if received on or before May 2, 2022.
- June 15, 2022: This is the last day to file your 2021 tax return if you or your spouse or common-law partner are self-employed.
Prepare for tax season
- Register for a CRA account
- A CRA account gives you access to important information you may need for this year's taxes.
- Report your income
- Learn what to report as income, including COVID-19 benefits, self-employment, investments, assets, and other earnings.
- Get and understand your tax slips
- Get a better understanding of how to get your tax slips and when you can expect to receive them.
- Claim deductions, credits and expenses
- Learn about different deductions, credits and expenses.
- Set up automatic deposits
- When you set up automatic deposits through the CRA, you could get your refund faster.
- Make sure you file your taxes on time
- Filing taxes on time can help you avoid potential late filing penalties.
Tools and Guides
Below are a few useful resources to help you navigate taxes this season.
Beyond our tax tips, our calculators can also help boost your financial knowledge.
Discover more about taxes
Explore your savings and investing options by comparing the two accounts and start saving for your future.
Discover simple tax tips, such as utilizing your RRSP and TFSA and splitting your income and pension with your spouse.
Depending on where you are in your financial journey, there may be some simple tax strategies to help you out.
This webpage is intended to be a convenient source of tax information, but the information provided here is general in nature, is not complete, and may not apply to your specific situation. TD Bank does not provide tax advice, and you should consult your tax advisor regarding your individual tax situation.