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David J. Rotfleisch's media roundup

Canadian tax lawyer David J. Rotfleisch is frequently called upon by the media to be a trusted source for their news stories, particularly for his focus on tax law matters for individuals and businesses.

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As U.S. citizens living abroad are required to file U.S. personal tax returns, recent tax reform measures likely represent a “big whammy” for them, Canadian tax lawyer David J. Rotfleisch tells The Lawyer’s Daily.

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While the Tax Court of Canada is tasked with tax appeals, it is far from the only forum to litigate with the Canada Revenue Agency, Canadian tax lawyer David J. Rotfleisch writes in the first of a two-part series in The Lawyer’s Daily.

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The Canada Revenue Agency’s new ‘Postal Code Project’ has two objectives — to let the general public know that high net asset individuals are being targeted by the taxman and to let those individuals know that they are targets, and they need to get their “ducks in a row,” Canadian tax lawyer David J. Rotfleisch tells CBC News Power & Politics.

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While there is growing recognition that tax evasion is not a victimless crime, as other taxpayers have to make up the shortfall, it is fair to say that the stigma attached to tax evasion is still not even close to drunk driving, Canadian tax lawyer David J. Rotfleisch writes in the Montreal Gazette. 

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Ideally, tax planning should be an ongoing process that lawyers, like other entrepreneurs or employees, focus on all year long, Canadian tax lawyer David J. Rotfleisch says in part one of a two-part tax planning series for lawyers in The Lawyer’s Daily.

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There are a number of tax planning tips for lawyers that, for the most part, should be implemented now, Canadian tax lawyer David J. Rotfleisch says in part two of a two-part tax planning series for lawyers in in The Lawyer’s Daily.

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Both the Tax Court of Canada and the Court of Appeal were “absolutely” correct in their recent interpretation of s. 21 of the Excise Tax Act, as it was “quite a stretch” by the federal government and the CRA to make the argument it didn’t apply to Highway 407, Canadian tax lawyer David J. Rotfleisch tells The Lawyer’s Daily.

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Anyone planning to pay a dividend to a family member in the future is going to have to speak to an accountant or lawyer to find out whether the new split income rules will apply or not, Canadian tax lawyer David J. Rotfleisch tells CTV News Channel.

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Assumptions are dangerous and not all is as it seems in the world of casino gambling, Canadian tax lawyer David J. Rotfleisch writes in the Vancouver Sun.

 

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