Mondaq Canada: Tax Assistance Advice Centre

The Tax Assistance MAC has put together the knowledge of leading practice experts with experience in advising clients on a wide range of income tax matters.

This Advice Centre will provide you with comprehensive guides on income tax planning issues, including individual will and estate planning, estate freezes, as well as tax audits and litigation, rectification applications and tax fraud assistance. The Tax Assistance MAC will offer you the starting point for your legal search in dealing with your income tax filings.

Navigating MAC Content:

Content selection: The “Related Guides” tab, located at top right of your screen, is your navigation hub. Core topics break down into more detailed and specific topic areas.

Search results: After selection a collated list of results can be found in the main body of the MAC page.

Document types: Three are currently available for selection:

  • Practice guide

  • Checklist

Title selection: Click to view full content page and to print, email or forward on. Via the right hand column, navigate to “Other Guides” and where available, to relevant “Supporting Documents”.

Follow up actions: The bottom section of each page presents a number of actionable options for users:

  • Contact the author

  • Download template

  • Email firm

  • More from this firm

  • View website

  • Meet the experts

In addition to the key search and filtering functionality, the Tax Assistance MAC offers a number of other useful services, including:

  • Related articles

  • Significant recent cases (coming soon)

  • Useful resources, including relevant associations and sector insight

  • Sponsor details

Our Tax Assistance Advice Centre Experts:

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Useful Resources
Forms available to download for income tax filing in Canada.
Hear David J. Rotfleisch discuss timely and highly topical tax matters during appearances and interviews with specialist publications.
Useful explanatory videos of income tax matters.
The following questions and answers are based on the proposed measures that were announced on December 7, 2015.
The official Government website of the CRA.
This guide is for any person who deals with the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA). The guide gives you information on the 16 rights set out in the Taxpayer Bill of Rights and explains what you can do if you believe that the CRA has not respected your rights.
The Office of the Taxpayers' Ombudsman (OTO) works to enhance the Canada Revenue Agency's (CRA) accountability in its service to, and treatment of, taxpayers and benefit recipients through independent and impartial reviews of service-related complaints and systemic issues.
Ontario personal income tax is an annual tax collected from individuals who are Ontario residents on the last day of the tax year or have income earned in Ontario for the tax year.
The following documents provide instructions for filing your 2015 income tax return.
If you earned income in B.C. or operated a Corporation with a permanent establishment in B.C. last year you need to file an income tax return. Find out when you need to file your income tax return, and if any tax credits or rebates apply to you.
Generally, a corporation must file an Alberta corporate income tax return (AT1) for each taxation year during which it has a permanent establishment in Alberta.
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