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Blogs posted during October 2013

Taxpayer Bill of Rights – What Does This Mean to You

As a Canadian, you are required to pay taxes every year and file your income tax statements annually. Unfortunately too many Canadians run into problems with CRA for a whole host of reasons. All it takes is for CRA to have a suspicion about you and then you will find…

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Can You File an Objection and a Taxpayer Relief Application at the Same Time?

When you have been assessed and notified of a tax debt owing, it can be incredibly difficult to navigate the expectations and requirements with regard to the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA). This is especially true if you disagree with the assessment or if you believe circumstances existed which made it…

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You Can File for Taxpayer Relief if the Debt Occurred More Than 10 Years Ago – With One Caveat

If you have received notice regarding a re-assessment of your tax filings and have been notified of a tax debt owing, this will often occur many years after the tax year in question. If you file your tax returns late, you will have your returns assessed in a batch and…

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Brampton Landscaper Prosecuted by CRA – Impacts of Late Tax Filing

As the summer winds down and we are greeted by the emergence of fall, filing your taxes may be the farthest thing from your mind. For those individuals who remain tax compliant year in and year out, once the returns are filed and the assessments returned taxes are usually forgotten…

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