A net worth audit is an indirect audit tool available to CRA and used when the tax auditor thinks that the books and records or a taxpayer are incomplete.
CRA Monitors Your Social Media Postings
More than just your friends are following you on twitter and facebook. CRA can and does monitor social media and will use the information you post as part of a tax audit.
Canada Revenue Agency’s plans to close tax loopholes in 3 areas
David was interviewed on Business News Network (BNN) by Catherine Murray, about Canada Revenue Agency’s plans to close tax loopholes in 3 areas.
Tax Appeals to The Tax Court of Canada
If CRA has wrongly assessed taxes even after you have file a Notice of Objection your Canadian Tax Lawyer can launch an appeal of your improper tax assessment to the Tax Court of Canada
CRA Fingerprinting Canadians Accused of Tax Evasion
Since the fall of 2016 CRA has been fingerprinting all Canadians accused of tax evasion even though they have not been convicted of any offence.
Practical Guide to Tax Audit and Appeal
All your tax solutions at one place so that you can finally sleep at night.
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