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By Vern Krishna
Vern Krishna of TaxChambers LLP discusses tax planning for business at year-end in a featured article for Canadian Current Tax.
By Vern Krishna
The release of the revised rules while scaled back still present many challenges to taxpayers.
By Vern Krishna
Canadian-controlled private corporations that carry on an active business in Canada are taxable at special low rates.
By Sunita Doobay, B.A., LL.B., LL.M. (NYU), TEP
On November 21st, Sunita D. Doobay of TaxChambers LLP will be a featured speaker at the OBA Trusts and Estates Law Program on "Critical Impacts of the Fair Tax Plan for Your Clients".
By Vern Krishna
Vern Krishna of TaxChambers LLP discusses the use of offshore jurisdictions like Ireland and Barbados in an exclusive interview for CTV News titled "Why are tax haven loopholes so hard to close?".
By David Piccolo
As part of its push to uncover unreported income, the Canada Revenue Agency ("CRA") has successfully obtained a requirement for information from the Federal Court of Canada to require PayPal...
By Bobby Solhi
The CBC reports on CRA Collections and a far too common occurance of the CRA initiating enforcement activities such as garnishment, liens and requirements to pay to customers...
By Bobby Solhi
In National Money Mart v. 24 Gold Group Ltd , the Ontario Superior Court of Justice delivered a decision that now clarifies s. 224 of the Excise Tax Act which provides a mechanism for a vendor to sue...
By Sunita Doobay, B.A., LL.B., LL.M. (NYU), TEP
For Canadian tax purposes, an estate is now deemed to be a trust under a 2013 amendment to the subsection 248(1) definition of a trust.
By Vern Krishna
The public debate on "fair taxation" has escalated since the Minister of Finance, Bill Morneau...
By Vern Krishna
Taxpayer appeals to the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) are the first step in resolving tax disputes following an assessment for taxes.
By Sunita Doobay, B.A., LL.B., LL.M. (NYU), TEP
A Tax Court of Canada judge has issued a strong rejection of taking questions "under advisement" in examinations for discovery.
By Vern Krishna
Vern Krishna of TaxChambers LLP discusses the difference in tax law between the independent contractors rendering services and employees in service of their employers.
By Bobby Solhi
The CRA has vast powers under the ETA to enforce upon a GST/HST tax debt. And unlike the Income Tax Act, a disputed GST/HST assessment is not held in abeyance or credited until the matter is resolved.
By Vern Krishna
As a general rule, a taxpayer is only responsible for his or her own taxes.