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What to do if you can't repay CERB or other emergency benefits

Rounding it up

  • Many Canadians received COVID-19 benefits in error and now, the CRA is collecting them back.

  • If you can’t afford to repay, communicating with the CRA is your first step.

  • Creating a repayment plan on your own or with the CRA is the next step.

  • Finally, seek help from friends, family, and experts for support.

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Veronica Ott
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