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Should a Canadian taxpayer seek judicial review?

The Canada Revenue Agency must provide reasons to taxpayers for their decisions, says the Federal Court of Canada
Profession

Audit keeps failing — here’s why a fundamental change is needed

Recent failures of the auditing profession and Big Four accounting firms proves auditors should be responsible for detecting fraud in financial statements
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Shifting to virtual: 4 tips for transitioning in-person training to virtual learning

Reimagining the way accounting firms deliver training to accountants and staff can result in a powerful remote learner, says Sofia Arisheh
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Tax fraud contrary to the Income Tax Act, the Excise Tax Act and the Criminal Code

Canadian tax lawyer and accountant David Rotfleisch looks at Regina V Reynolds
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When can a Canadian taxpayer seek punitive damage from the CRA?

Tax lawyer and accountant David Rotfleisch looks at the Quebec Court of Appeal case of Ludmer c. Attorney General of Canada
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CRA Operational Update: Ten Things You Need To Know

A CRA status update on tax controversy and dispute resolution from Stevan Novoselac and John Sorensen of Gowling WLG
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Tax Court update on getting back to business – top ten takeaways

An update on the reopening of the Tax Court of Canada, by Stevan Novoselac and John Sorensen of Gowling WLG
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The Tax Court Of Canada's new fast track settlement conference system, post the COVID-19 pandemic

Tax lawyer and accountant David Rotfleisch looks at the ramifications of trying to clear the Tax Court's backlog of cases
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Do Swiss banks owe your accounting clients money?

Clock is ticking for investors who held Swiss bank accounts to claim reimbursements of retrocessions deemed illegal
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Income tax reassessment periods – proposed changes

Aasim Hirji and Christopher Ellett of Moodys Tax Law are concerned about Bill C-17, the Time Limits and Other Periods Act (COVID-19)