Canadian Tax Requirements
Everything you need to know
When you earn money as an Uber partner, it’s considered self employment income for tax purposes. So you must comply with income tax and sales tax reporting requirements when it comes time to file your taxes. Here's a quick guide to get you up to speed.
Your Uber profile
Where to find your tax information
You can find all of your tax information on your Uber profile—we’ll provide you with a monthly and annual Tax Summary. If you drive in Quebec, you will only receive an annual Tax Summary.
Where to find your Tax Summary
Your Tax Summary document includes helpful information such as:
- Your total earnings (gross fares)
- Sales tax you have collected on each trip
- Potential business expenses (service fee, booking fee, mileage etc.)
A tax service or professional can help you file your taxes. They’ll help you claim any eligible business expenses and receive the tax credits you are owed.
Your tax timeline
Do tax season right (by planning ahead). Knowing when and what you have to file can help you avoid paying late penalties. And who wants to give away extra money? So check the CRA website for important tax dates and try your best not to procrastinate with taxes. It pays off—literally!