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AITE special notice Vol. 4 No. 18 : Expiry dates of active AITE cards

Description

AITE cards will no longer expire and retailers must accept any AITE card with an expiry date in 2020 and beyond. New and replacement cards must still be applied for. AITE cards no longer need to be renewed and existing cardholders will not receive an updated card.

Tax and Revenue Administration special notices announce changes to, or clarify, administrative policies and practices. These notices are time-specific, and meant to be transitory in nature. The information may eventually be incorporated into other publications such as information circulars or web content.

Updated

August 25, 2020

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Title and publication information

Frequency

Irregular

Publisher / Creator Information

Publisher

Treasury Board and Finance

Place of Publication

Edmonton

Subject Information

Topic
Government

Resource Dates

Date Created

2020-08-25

Date Added

2020-08-25T15:55:09.336227

Date Modified

2020-08-25

Date Issued

2020-08-25

Audience information

Identifiers

Usage / Licence

Usage Considerations

Note: the Government of Alberta recognizes that many First Nations people and communities in the province prefer not to describe themselves as Indians/Indian bands. These terms have been used where necessary to reflect their legal meaning in the federal Indian Act.

Contact

Contact Name

Tax and Revenue Administration

Contact Email

tra.revenue@gov.ab.ca