Taxation

Practice

New proposed mandatory tax planning reporting obligations under the Canadian Income Tax Act

Amendments to the new rules were made in August 2022 and are likely to become law says Canadian accountant and tax lawyer David J Rotfleisch
Practice

Barrs v The Queen: Taxpayer relief under S.220(3.1)

Canadian accountant and tax lawyer David J Rotfleisch on a Federal Court of Appeal case involving a CRA's review officer's failure to engage with a request for equitable treatment
Profession

Sunday News Roundup 22.09.18: More EY, UCP race, and more Canadian accounting news 

Wrapping up the odds and ends from the past week in Canadian accounting news
Profession

Sunday News Roundup 22.09.04: New luxury, pop sales taxes, and more Canadian accounting news 

Wrapping up the odds and ends from the past week in Canadian accounting news
Profession

Sunday News Roundup 22.08.28: ESG standards, tax code solutions and more Canadian accounting news 

Wrapping up the odds and ends from the past week in Canadian accounting news
Thought Leaders

Indigenous people pay taxes: Demythologizing the Indian Act tax exemption

Most Indigenous people in Canada pay tax. Do they get the same level of service?
Business

The Big Four oilsands companies’ influence threatens Alberta democracy, argues political scientist

A close look at the revenue and tax paid by the Big Four oil producers in Alberta
Profession

Sunday News Roundup 22.08.21: Early tax change warnings and more Canadian accounting news

Wrapping up the odds and ends from the past week in Canadian accounting news
Practice

MNR v Zhao: CRA collection action when there are reasonable grounds for delay

Canadian accountant and tax lawyer David J Rotfleisch on the Canada Revenue Agency’s successful jeopardy order in a high-profile BC real estate case
Profession

Sunday News Roundup 22.08.14: DST, WFH, CRA and more Canadian accounting news 

Wrapping up the odds and ends from the past week in Canadian accounting news
Thought Leaders

The United States has rejected the OECD minimum tax. Canada should as well – Part II

Allan Lanthier: The OECD rules were developed by committee after committee and compromise after compromise, and it shows
Thought Leaders

The United States has rejected the OECD minimum tax. Canada should as well – Part I

Allan Lanthier: We should not hamstring our job creators at the precise time when our giant competitor to the south has rejected the tax