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Blogs posted during November 2013

CRA Business Auditors Crackdown on Business Owners that Use POS Terminals

The Conservative government announced new measures recently to try and crack down on the ‘underground economy.’ The results would see Canadian businesses that use, possess, or acquire electronic sales suppression (ESS) software or devices, also known as zappers, facing penalties of up to $50000 per infraction. Failing to comply with…

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CRA Business Auditors Go After Condo Sellers

Real estate investing has always been popular, but over the last few years this has grown in popularity and many Canadians, having invested by purchasing during the recession and selling now that the boom has returned, are feeling the heat from Canada Revenue Agency business auditors. Why? Well, when you…

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3 Steps to Getting Rid of Gross Negligence Penalties

Gross negligence penalties are imposed under subsection 163(2) of the Income Tax Act and are applied when the CRA can demonstrate that an individual “knowingly, or under circumstances amounting to gross negligence, has made or has participated in, assented to or acquiesced in the making of, a false statement or omission…

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Announcement – James Bell Joins the Tax Solutions Canada Team

Tax Solutions Canada is pleased to announce that James Bell has joined our team as the Director of Tax Solutions at Tax Solutions Canada. James has more than 22 years of experience working in a leadership role in a diverse range of departments within the Canada Revenue Agency. This experience…

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Filing an Objection with CRA – Time Delays

If you have been notified of an assessment or reassessment that you do not agree with and have filed an objection, you could be looking at many years to hear an answer from the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA).  There are countless Canadians who have filed objections in the past and…

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