Humanities › Issues Personal Income Tax Information Online with CRA's My Account Easy Computer Access from the Canada Revenue Agency Share Flipboard Email Print Tim Robberts / Stone / Getty Images Issues Canadian Government The U. S. Government U.S. Foreign Policy U.S. Liberal Politics U.S. Conservative Politics Women's Issues Civil Liberties The Middle East Terrorism Race Relations Immigration Crime & Punishment Animal Rights View More By Susan Munroe Canadian Culture Expert B.A., Political Science, Carleton University Susan Munroe is a public affairs and communications professional based in Canada. our editorial process Susan Munroe Updated July 03, 2019 My Account is a Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) service that provides Canadians with secure access to their personal income tax information online. The My Account hours of service are 21 hours a day. Tax Information Available on My Account The My Account tax service lets you see information on various topics, including: Your income tax refundIncome tax returns and assessmentsIncome tax account balanceIncome tax installment paymentsSome tax slips: (T4, T4A, T4A(P), T4A(OAS), T4E)Canada Child Tax Benefit and related provincial program payments and balancesUniversal Child Care Benefit payments, balance and statement of accountGoods and Services Tax (GST) credit or Harmonized Sales Tax (HST) credit and related provincial program payments and balancesRegistered Retirement Savings Plan (RRSP) contributions, deductions claimed, and your RRSP contribution limitHome Buyers Plan and Lifelong Learning Plan statement informationTax-Free Savings Account (TFSA) informationWorking Income Tax Benefit advance paymentsDisability tax credit You can also make requests and take other actions on My Account, such as: Change your returnChange personal information such as address, phone number, or marital statusAuthorize a representativeApply for child benefitsArrange direct depositRequest remittance formsSet up a payment planDisagree with your assessmentSubmit documents Logging in to Use the My Account Service When you go to the My Account site, you will be given a choice between logging in with a CRA User ID and password, or logging in with credentials you may already have with a Sign-in Partner, such as those you use for online banking. When you use a Sign-in Partner, none of your personal tax information is shared with your financial institution, and the name of your financial institution, log-in credentials, and banking details are not shared with the CRA. Using a CRA User ID and Password To use a CRA user ID and password, you must first register for the CRA My Account service. Be sure the CRA has your current address before you register. There are several ways to change your address with the CRA. Read the CRA instructions on how to register carefully before registering for My Account. It's a four-step process. You'll need your last two income tax returns, your Social Insurance Number, your date of birth and your postal code. Be ready to create a user ID and password using CRA checklists, and also be ready to create and answer security questions. You'll also have to wait for at least five business days (15 business days outside Canada and the United States) to receive a CRA security code in the mail. The security code has an expiry date, so be sure to follow the instructions in the letter you receive with the code. The Quick Access Service has been discontinued, but you can now get immediate access to some of your personal tax information using My Account without having to wait for the security access code. Without a security access code, you can: View the general status of your tax return (detailed information about the status of your return requires the security access code)View your RRSP and TFSA limits for the current yearrequest a remittance formView notice of assessment or reassessment Using a Sign-in Partner To use a Sign-in Partner to access the My Account Tax Service, first read the Using a Sign-in Partner FAQ. Then select "Sign-in Partner Login" on My Account to choose a Sign-in Partner. By choosing a Sign-in Partner you will be agreeing to the terms, conditions, and privacy notice of SecureKey Concierge, which is a credential broker service that acts as a bridge between the Canadian government and participating credential service providers. Computer Requirements for My Account Tax Service Check that your operating system and browser configurations and settings meet the requirements to use My Account. Help With My Account Tax Service If you require help using the My Account service, call the CRA.