Join Dentons' David Spiro as he and two other speakers,
including General Counsel from the Department of Justice, discuss
the best practices for managing the flow of information to and from
the Canada Revenue Agency.
Ensure you know how to best manage the flow of documents and
information to the CRA in the context of a corporate tax audit.
Attend this lunch program to learn about the CRA's statutory
powers to obtain taxpayer information, setting up an effective
audit process, challenging requirements for information, recent
legislative changes to third party requirements, the compellability
of tax accrual workpapers, and best practices for dealing with
issues frequently faced by taxpayers and their advisors during the
course of an audit. You will also get practical tips for obtaining
taxpayer records from the CRA pursuant to the Access to Information
Act and the Privacy Act.
November 7, 2013
12:00 PM – 2:00 PM EDT
20 Toronto Street, 2nd Floor T
oronto, Ontario M5C 2B8
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