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Tax Court of Canada presents summer reopening pandemic scenarios

Chief Justice Eugene Rossiter lays out plans, procedures for summer hearings
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Shifting to virtual: 3 tips for onboarding new hires virtually

Adapting onboarding practices to welcome new hires remotely is a new way forward, says Sofia Arisheh
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COVID-19 is accelerating change at Canadian accounting firms

Part one in a series on the post-pandemic accounting office
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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
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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
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Shifting to virtual: 3 tips for providing feedback to virtual accounting teams

Structured performance feedback is vital to virtual teams, says Sofia Arisheh
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Equity, deadline and when CRA is at fault

A Canadian tax lawyer analysis of Dutka v. The Queen
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Tax disputes and tax filing and payment relief efforts in the age of COVID-19

Joseph A. Gill of McKercher LLP reviews changes to tax deadlines
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Suing the Canada Revenue Agency for negligence

Upper level costs awarded to CRA in lengthy accounting case over SR&ED credits
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The Tax Court Of Canada tests a new procedure – The Preliminary Ruling Docket

2020 initiative driven by increased objections, case backlog