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Blogs posted during December 2016

Tax Court Appeals – Informal vs. General Procedure

In Canada, if you are issued a Notice of Assessment, and disagree with the outcome of the Canada Revenue Agency’s assessment, you have the right to file an objection stating your reasons for disagreeing. If the Canada Revenue Agency’s decision regarding your objection is negative, you then have the right…

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Happy Holidays from Tax Solutions Canada

We wish you Happy Holidays and all the best for the year ahead. May the season be filled with joy and laughter and may 2017 bring you all you’ve been hoping for.  

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Time is Running Out: CRA to Toughen Up Voluntary Disclosure Program

For years now, the Voluntary Disclosure Program has been an important resource for Canadians looking to become tax compliant. Those who have fallen behind or made incorrect claims/statements on their income taxes can approach the CRA voluntarily in the hopes of avoiding penalties and interest. However, according to a report…

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Tax Shelter Problems? How to Get Relief

Many of us do it; make charitable donations throughout the year in order to receive deductions on our income taxes. This has long been a viable way to help reduce the amount of tax you pay – and it usually helps out those on the receiving end of the donation.…

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Are You an Employee or a Self-Employed Subcontractor? Recognizing the Difference

The question of whether a person is in a business relationship (self-employed contractor) or in an employee-employer relationship sometimes isn’t a simple one. Often the line becomes blurred, and what was once one type of relationship morphs into the other. So, are you an employee or a self-employed contractor? Why…

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CRA Tax Audit Issues – Auditing the Auditors

The government has come under fire this week after Michael Ferguson, the federal auditor general, released his findings following the conclusion of an audit of the Canada Revenue Agency. According to his audit, CRA auditors are taking far too long to resolve issues relating to objections and reassessments. Canadians are…

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