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Provincial Sales Tax -> BC PST -> Help with BC PST

I'm Confused!  Who Do I Call for Help With PST in BC?

Effective April 1, 2013, BC's 12% HST was replaced by the GST and the PST.

If you can't get the information you need by reviewing the available bulletins and brochures on the BC Small Business and Revenue Provincial Sales Tax web site, you can telephone the Taxpayer Services information line at 1-877-388-4440.  For contact numbers regarding other topics related to consumer taxation, see the BC Consumer Taxes Contact Us page.

If you have a business that has been assessed a substantial amount of PST as a result of an audit, and you believe that the assessment may be incorrect, you should seek the help of a professional who specializes in this area.  See our Directory for links to accounting, bookkeeping and financial planning organizations in Canada.  Some of the legislation regarding BC PST may be unclear, and the government is not always right.

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