T3010 Survey

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Do you file a T3010? If yes, the Canada Revenue Agency wants to hear from you.

You can share your feedback through CRA’s research survey on the T3010.

The survey begins with some expected demographic questions about the respondent’s age and role, the charity’s location and size (by employee) and whether the respondent has completed the T3010 in the past five years.

Make sure your respondent actually has completed the T3010 within the past five years – if not, the survey will automatically end.

The questions go on to ask about your method of filing and your answer may prompt a series of multiple-choice questions. These questions look for answers to the “why” of your filing choices and whether you had any difficulties. There are also questions about your other use (or not) of CRA’s online services and electronic devices generally.

Finally, respondents can give open ended comments and suggestions.

If there are things you love or loathe about the T3010 Information Return, now is your opportunity to give your feedback directly to CRA. There is no survey close or end date listed online, but if you intend to do so, better to complete the survey sooner rather than later.

For more information on the latest version of the T3010, see New T3010 for January 2024.

The content provided in this blog is for general information purposes and does not constitute legal or professional advice. Every organization’s circumstances are unique. Before acting on the basis of information contained in this blog, readers should consult with a qualified lawyer for advice specific to their situation.

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