The taxpayer's onus of proof in tax litigation: A Canadian tax lawyer's analysis

Tax lawyer and accountant David Rotfleisch looks at the case law for taxpayers challenging the Canada Revenue Agency

Income splitting with family members

Prescribed rate loans and other tips for reducing taxes, by Gergely Hegedus and Keith Hennel of Dentons’ Edmonton Tax group

Here's a radical idea: Slash or temporarily eliminate business taxes if you truly want to juice the economy

Ottawa should stop picking business sector winners and losers says Aaron Wudrick of the Canadian Taxpayers Federation

Tax residence of Canadian airline pilots: No simple answer

Tax Court cases illustrate subtlety of determining tax residence

A fond look back at the last Tax Court of Canada case

Two months have passed since the last court decision was published

Civil penalties for third-party tax advisors

Ploughman v The Queen and its implications for Canadian accountants
Thought Leaders

CEWS forms for COVID-19 relief will lead to tax fraud, fuel cash economy

Those who don’t remember tax history are doomed to repeat it, says David Rotfleisch

Tax Court of Canada to prioritize sittings for summer reopening

17-point prioritization plan detailed by Chief Justice Eugene Rossiter

Tax Court of Canada presents summer reopening pandemic scenarios

Chief Justice Eugene Rossiter lays out plans, procedures for summer hearings

Accounting Principles: Part I

Vern Krishna of TaxChambers LLP explains the language of the world of finance and taxation in part one of a series

IRS may require snowbirds stuck in the US to file tax returns

Snowbirds caught in the US due to COVID-19 may face tax issues, says Gabriel Castillo

Message to Canadian owners of US rental properties: The IRS is going to be in your neighbourhood

The IRS will roll out a new enforcement campaign later this year