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Tax Time & Notice of Assessments

Your NOA is an important document?

Your Notice of Assessment is the 5 page document that the government sends you once your tax return has been filed and processed. This document shows your annual income, tax credits, etc. along with the RRSP deduction limit statement.

Hold onto your NOA and Keep it in a Safe Place 

This document can be used to verify income for a mortgage or loan. It is needed to verify income if rent is income based.
It also verifies that taxes are filed and and there is no taxes owing to CRA. It is especially important for self-employed individuals to verify income. It is an important reference document.



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The process for submitting your business tax payments to the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) has changed. If you’re a business member, you can still submit your business tax payment in-branch, but, instead of mailing your payment to the CRA on your behalf, we’ll work with you to electronically submit your payment directly to the CRA. Please ensure that every box on the remittance form is completed (for example, zeros must be marked as such).
You can no longer use the night deposit box to submit your remittance form. You must visit a branch and speak with a staff member because you must be physically present to verify that the information is correct before it is electronically submitted.
A final option is for you to mail your payment directly to the CRA.

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BUYER PROTECTION & Extended Warranty on CU Member Card & CUETS Credit Card Purchases

How does the program work? 
It’s simple. When you use your Credit Union Debit Card for an Interac* Direct Payment purchase or your CUETS Credit Card, you are protected with the following benefits:
This coverage offers protection on most retail items.  If your purchase is stolen, dropped or broken or even consumed in a fire.
The Program can double the warranty period of a purchased item.
*Chequing Accounts Too!
 Inquire further in branch today!


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What kind of vehicle do you primarily drive? Thank you for participating!