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Aprile hosts webinar series on tax issues in family law

Toronto tax litigation lawyer Peter Aprile is presenting a series of webinars aimed at helping family law practitioners navigate complex tax matters when advising their clients. ... Read more

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Income splitting still limited for private corporations

Although a recent study raises the possibility that those in several higher-income professions have been income splitting for years, for most, this is not the main tax ... Read more

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Shooting by alleged de-taxer latest tragedy involving group

Reports that a man implicated in the recent shooting death of an Edmonton police officer may also be linked to a group of de-taxers is the most recent incident involving a ... Read more

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New name reflects firm's role as tax litigation innovators

Continuing its focus on rigorous representation and great results, Toronto law firm ATX Law has changed its name to  Counter Tax Lawyers  this month, to better ... Read more

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CRA security concerns persist after recent study

It is clear that data security remains a concern at the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA), after reports that nearly a quarter of employees clicked on a fake phishing email as part ... Read more

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Start planning tax strategies now: Rotfleisch

Tax season may officially be over, but it is time for taxpayers to start planning strategies for this year, Toronto tax litigation lawyer David J. Rotfleisch tells ... Read more

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Cash business, self-employment can be audit triggers

Any number of factors can lead to a taxpayer being audited by the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA), but some “red flags” may make certain people more likely ... Read more

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Underreporting taxable benefit can result in CRA scrutiny

Improperly valuing a taxable benefit can bring serious consequences for both employers and employees, Toronto tax litigator  Adrienne Woodyard  tells  ... Read more

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Deficient pleadings & improper advantages in tax litigation

By Peter Aprile In  Tax Court of Canada  appeals, the pleadings are the most important documents that the parties file. The Appellant (taxpayer) is required to file a ... Read more

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Tax advice crucial for start-ups

While many small businesses would consider contacting a tax lawyer when the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) comes calling, tax advice is also essential for companies starting ... Read more

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New T1135s – Canadian tax lawyer comments

By David Rotfleisch You may have heard of the T1135 form, also known as a Foreign Income Verification Statement. You may have also heard that there have been changes made by ... Read more

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Unfiled tax return may require voluntary disclosure

There are many reasons why people may not file a tax return, but there are options available for those who want to remedy their situation with the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA), ... Read more

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CRA targeting Canadians with too many wins in TFSAs

By David Rotfleisch In late 2011, the Canada Revenue Agency (“CRA”) began auditing Tax-Free Savings Account (“TFSA”) holders for the 2009 and 2010 ... Read more

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Offshore accounts not illegal, but taxpayers must disclose assets

Letters sent to certain Canadian taxpayers late last year, reminding them of their filing obligation, show that the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) is turning up the heat on offshore ... Read more

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Tax liability can extend to former directors

While most sitting directors of corporations know that they may be held personally liable for a corporation’s failure to remit taxes, many are not aware that this obligation ... Read more

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Healthy finances key before starting law practice

When it comes to launching a successful law practice, a healthy financial foundation is essential, as it will allow a lawyer to focus on bringing in new business, Toronto tax ... Read more

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Alberta case shows taxpayers expect duty of care

An Alberta-based company’s move to sue the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) alleging 'unusual treatment' due to years of audits and a resulting tax bill of more than ... Read more

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Banks uneasy as foreign tax, money-laundering rules tighten

Amid recent news that a Canadian bank has withdrawn from Latin America and the Caribbean, and last year’s reports that U.S. authorities handed out fines to foreign ... Read more

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Large banks unlikely to shun Americans due to tax rules

A small Canadian bank’s recent move to deny accounts to American customers as a result of new U.S. tax rules is unsurprising, but it is unlikely that large ... Read more

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Cash not only option for charitable giving

Many donate to charities to have a sense that their money is going to a purpose they believe in, but there are other things taxpayers can give besides cash, Toronto ... Read more

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