Why some Canadian accountants are wrong about estate freezes
Allan Lanthier responds to critics of his Financial Post article
Estate Freezes: Should they be legislated out of existence?
Most estate freezes are for legitimate succession planning, argues Kim G C Moody
When an accountant’s client is paying too much property tax
The next step may be an appeal … or no step at all
A taxpayer's rights to interest from the Canada Revenue Agency
A case comment on Glatt v Canada (National Revenue)
Can the CRA force a taxpayer to provide any document during a GST/HST audit?
The legal threshold is very low, says lawyer Cyndee Todgham Cherniak
Double-Dipping In Canada: MNE forward subscription structure
Prohibited by law or simply poor tax etiquette?
Refundable tax credits would help alleviate poverty in Canada
They should be part of Canada’s national poverty reduction strategy
David J. Rotfleisch
Thoughts on the CRA and Canadian corporate tax gap
Are the numbers to be trusted? asks David J. Rotfleisch