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Canadian accountants petition CRA for tax deadline extension

More than 50,000 taxpayers are signing petition available on Change.org
Business

Friday News Roundup 21.04.16: Watch out! Covid accounting inspectors! Plus (no) tax deadline extensions, and more!

Wrapping up the odds and ends in this week’s Canadian accounting news
Profession

Regional accounting firms gained new publicly traded audit clients in 2020

2020 SEDAR filing data of Canadian accounting firms crunched by Audit Analytics
Profession

Big Four accounting firms fell short of net new client gains in 2020

But PwC Canada emerged a clear winner in SEDAR filing data crunched by Audit Analytics, in our annual review of audit client gains and departures
Practice

Tax Court: No penalty for tax return filed without person's knowledge

The CRA did not rightfully impose a gross-negligence penalty in Bowker v. The Queen, explains tax accountant and lawyer David J Rotfleisch
Business

Friday News Roundup 21.04.09: A capital (gains) idea, corporate tax, bashing bloggers, grumpy accountants and more

Wrapping up the odds and ends in this week’s Canadian accounting news
Profession

Seven Canadians in Practice Ignition 2020 Top 50 Women in Accounting

Recognizing female accounting and bookkeeping professionals globally
Thought Leaders

Filing tax returns, paying income tax, is saving us during COVID-19

Tax accountant and lawyer David J Rotfleisch says paying our income taxes is what keeps Canada a great country to live in
Business

How Canadian accountants can help small business recover post-pandemic

SMB surveys from Dext and Wagepoint reveal opportunities for accountants
Practice

CRA's Views On Charitable Remainder Trusts

CRTs can be a useful charitable giving tool say M. Elena Hoffstein and Brittany Sud of Miller Thomson LLP
Profession

A Taxonomy Of Tax Professionals

With a close look at US tax professionals from Jason Galek of Moodys Tax Law
Business

Tax litigators may represent corporations in Canada Tax Court appeals

But under certain conditions, accountants may represent taxpayers in Tax Court
Practice

A pending VDP application won't stop a CRA tax reassessment

Notably, says Canadian tax accountant and lawyer David Rotfleisch, a voluntary-disclosure application must indeed be voluntary
Profession

What can Canadian accountants expect from François Boileau, the new Taxpayers' Ombudsperson?

In a wide-ranging interview, Boileau discusses the OTO mandate and CRA service
Practice

7 service problems accountants say the CRA could fix for tax preparers

Canadian accountants offer practical advice for "a tax season like no other"
Profession

Friday News Roundup 21.03.19: CRA lockouts, Saskatoon scammer, Maritime AGs, and more

Wrapping up the odds and ends in this week’s Canadian accounting news
Partner Posts

7 things I did to fix my accounting workflow problem and automate engagements

Jennie Moore of Practice Ignition on changing your mindset to scale your firm
Thought Leaders

Imbalance: Accounting is not capturing the value of intangible assets

Accounting has an intangibles problem, says Nick Shepherd, author of How Accountants Lost Their Balance
Thought Leaders

Bounty programs: Ineffective in the war on money laundering

Think twice before extending American anti-AML programs to Canada, says UBC Allard School of Law Professor Joven Narwal
Thought Leaders

Tax ‘pandemic profiteering’ by tech companies to help fund public education

Trevor Norris says public education should receive tech sector taxation revenue
Practice

CRA Remission Guide: Canadian tax lawyer's overview

David Rotfleisch looks at the last resort of taxpayers for relief from tax debt and enforced penalties, including interest, in light of the COVID-19 pandemic
Partner Posts

Moving your practice to year-round recurring revenue

Three strategies for turning the dream into a reality from Josh Lance, CPA
Management

The Canadian Securities Administrators publishes guidance for issuers on improving COVID-19 disclosure

The CSA has provided specific guidelines but there is no one-size-fits-all model, according to Ted Brown, Lindsay Cox, and Michael Akins of BD&P
Profession

Federal Court takes hard look at scope of protection available to official mark

Intellectual Property Lawyer John McKeown looks at a recent Federal Court decision involving CPA Ontario and the CPA official mark
Profession

Are there limits to a professional’s freedom of expression in his or her personal life?

Christiane Brizard and Victoria Lemieux-Brown of Langlois Lawyers on the case of a Canadian accountant disciplined for posting conspiracy theories on Facebook