A CRA assessment can ultimately cost you a significant amount of money in taxes owing.
When the CRA provides you with one of the following, you need to be on high alert to ensure your assessments are fair and do not lead to you being over taxed:
You don’t have to simply accept a CRA assessment. You can object by filing a formal Notice of Objection. If successful, the CRA can retract a previous decision and the according penalties and interest.
A Notice of Objection is a time-sensitive process where you have to file within specified time frames. When we file an objection, we clearly outline the issue that is in dispute, why it has resulted in an incorrect assessment, and provide any and all relevant documentation that supports the objection.
Our ex-CRA auditors and legal professionals routinely negotiate highly successful outcomes through the objection process for our clients.
If you have a Notice of Reassessment, CRA assessment or tax audit that you disagree with, contact us as soon as possible for a free initial consultation to see if a notice of objection is the right option for you. To request your free consultation, please call us at (855) 662-7229, or fill in the form on the top of this page.