The Ledger, Feb. 18: The week that was in Canadian accounting news
The CRA's tax raids headlined news but there was plenty of opinion on the future of NAFTA
Are the Canada Revenue Agency tax evasion raids a public relations exercise?
Highly public raids called extraordinary, very rare by tax experts
The Ledger, Feb. 11: The week that was in Canadian accounting news
From corporate tax avoidance to CRA robocalls to Airbnb taxation
The Ledger, Feb. 4: The week that was in Canadian accounting news
Merger mania, NAFTA, Bench gets VC funding, Pelham audit and more
The Ledger, Jan. 28: The week that was in Canadian accounting news
IFRS goes up in smoke, Trudeau taps TPP, Trump turns again on trade
CPA with Type 1 diabetes pleased with CRA disability tax credit reversal
Everett Colby of Colby McGeachy Professional Corporation explains the real cost of diabetes
CRA explains reversal on disability tax credit restrictions for diabetics
A tacit acknowledgment of unintended consequences, says Diabetes Canada
CRA reverses disability tax credit restrictions for diabetics
Canadian accountants critical of Canada Revenue Agency DTC policy decisions
As Canadian economy surges, business optimism mixed, says accounting bodies
New surveys from ACCA Global and CPA Canada point to tax, trade and debt concerns
The Ledger, Jan. 13: The week that was in Canadian accounting news
Are NAFTA negotiators and CRA tax haven collectors playing for time?
The Ledger, Jan. 7: The week that was in Canadian accounting news
Ontario Hydro talking points and BC court cases
Morneau, Liberals head for the off-ramp, clarify new tax rules
Finance Minister has clarified rules around so-called "income sprinkling" and "off ramps"