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By Dale Barrett
Disagree with the Canada Revenue Agency's Notice of Assessment? You don't have to accept it lying down. You CAN fight their decision by filing a Notice of Objection.
By Dale Barrett
If you are or your client is one of the many thousands of people who have purchased a new condo unit for the purpose of renting it out and if you or they have signed a leaseback agreement with a builder or another company, you should be aware of the potential pitfalls.
By Dale Barrett
CRA has recognized the power of the methodology to cause harm to the taxpayer resulting from inaccurate and excessive reassessments.
By Dale Barrett
Although not an actual law as it is in the United States, the Taxpayer "Bill of Rights" sets out sixteen rights, eight of which are within the mandate of the Taxpayers' Ombudsman's office.
By Dale Barrett
In any self-reporting or honour system like we have in Canadian taxation, there must be a means by which the state can verify the correctness of information provided.
By Dale Barrett
Most people don't think twice before transferring assets between family members. Why would they? People deposit money into each other's accounts. They put each other's names on their properties in order to get mortgages.
By Dale Barrett
According to the 2008 federal budget, the HST was claimed by the federal government to be "the single most important step provinces with retail sales taxes could take to improve the competitiveness of Canadian businesses."
By Dale Barrett
In my first article in this series, I expressed the opinion that the entire Harmonized Sales Tax system and its legal framework are fundamentally flawed.
By Dale Barrett
I don't understand the implications of adding my adult child as a joint tenant on my home. I know that there can be capital gains tax implications but don't really understand how it works. – A Money123 reader