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Blogs posted during October 2015

When the Taxman Becomes Abusive: CRA Complaints

Dealing with tax problems can be stressful. Trying to communicate, negotiate or resolve problems with an immense bureaucratic organization can also be stressful.  Put those two challenges together, and for many individuals dealing with the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) can leave them frustrated and mistreated, while their problems remain unresolved.…

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Is it Worth Investing Your Time and Effort into a Taxpayer Relief Application?

Tax debts typically come with serious penalty and interest charges. Fortunately, as its name indicates, the Taxpayer Relief program (formerly known as fairness) allows taxpayers to apply for relief from penalty and interest charges. Individuals and businesses can request remission of penalties, arrears interest, and/or waiver of the accruing interest.…

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Back to Basics: An Overview of Remission Orders

Taxpayers who have exhausted all available avenues of relief from a tax liability potentially have one last remedy for hope: an application for a remission order. Today’s blog is dedicated to helping you figure out how to navigate and file an application. What is a Remission Order? A remission order…

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The GST/HST NRRP Rebate for Residential Rental Property

Taxpayers who purchase a new condo or home to earn rental income may qualify for a partial rebate of the GST/HST paid on the purchase through the GST/HST New Residential Rental Property Rebate (NRRP). Similar to the New Housing Rebate, the NRRP offers landlords a partial recovery of federal and…

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